Courses

Course # Titlesort descending Hrs
4543 20th-Century British Fiction 3.0
4547 20th-Century Poetry 3.0
4553 20th-Century U.S. Fiction 3.0
4568 Advanced Creative Nonfiction Writing 3.0
4565 Advanced Fiction Writing 3.0
4566E Advanced Poetry Writing 3.0
4566 Advanced Poetry Writing 3.0
6777.01 American English 3.0
6777.02 American English 3.0
4597.02 American Regional Cultures in Transition 3.0
3662 An Introduction to Literary Publishing 3.0
5804 Analyzing Language in Social Media 3.0
5980 Ancient and Modern Narrative: Cognition, Affect, Ethics, Belief 3.0
2276 Arts of Persuasion 3.0
8980.02 Bibliography and Method 1.0
8980.01 Bibliography and Method 1.0
3304 Business and Professional Writing 3.0
3150 Career Preparation for English and Related Majors 3.0
4515 Chaucer 3.0
2290 Colonial and U.S. Literature to 1865 3.0
SPL Comp-Special 2.0
4563 Contemporary Literature 3.0
4150 Cultures of Professional Writing 3.0
6780.02 Current Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Writing 3.0
6780.01 Current Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Writing 3.0
4569 Digital Media and English Studies 3.0
2269 Digital Media Composing 3.0
2367.03H Documentary in the U.S. Experience 3.0
2367.03 Documentary in the U.S. Experience 3.0
4554 English Studies and Global Human Rights 3.0
6772.02 English Syntax 3.0
6772.01 English Syntax 3.0
3597.03 Environmental Citizenship 3.0
1110.01 First-Year English Composition 3.0
1110.03 First-Year English Composition 3.0
1110.02 First-Year English Composition 3.0
1167H First-Year Writing Seminar in the Humanities 3.0
4577.01 Folklore I: Groups and Communities 3.0
4577.02 Folklore II: Genres, Form, Meaning, and Use 3.0
4577.03 Folklore III: Issues and Methods 3.0
6790.02 Foundations in Contemporary Critical Theory 3.0
6790.01 Foundations in Contemporary Critical Theory 3.0
6776.02 From 1900 to the Contemporary Period 3.0
6776.22 From 1900 to the Contemporary Period 3.0
6776.01 From Plato to Aestheticism 3.0
6776.11 From Plato to Aestheticism 3.0
GEN GENERAL 1.0
6998 Graduate Research in English 1.0
6799.02 Graduate Studies in Literary Bibliography 3.0
6799.01 Graduate Studies in Literary Bibliography 3.0
5721.02 Graduate Studies in Renaissance Drama 3.0
5721.01 Graduate Studies in Renaissance Drama 3.0
5723.01 Graduate Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture 3.0
5723.02 Graduate Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture 3.0
5722.02 Graduate Studies in Renaissance Poetry 3.0
5722.01 Graduate Studies in Renaissance Poetry 3.0
5720.02 Graduate Studies in Shakespeare 3.0
5720.01 Graduate Studies in Shakespeare 3.0
6768 Graduate Workshop in Creative Nonfiction 3.0
6769 Graduate Workshop in Creative Writing (Special Topics) 3.0
6765.02 Graduate Workshop in Fiction 3.0
6765.01 Graduate Workshop in Fiction 3.0
6763.01 Graduate Workshop in Poetry 3.0
6763.02 Graduate Workshop in Poetry 3.0
6764 Graduate Workshop in Screenwriting 3.0
6194 Group Studies 1.0
4194 Group Studies 1.0
5194 Group Studies 1.0
2194 Group Studies 1.0
4410 Healthcare Experiences: Observing, Reading, Writing 3.0
4574 History and Theories of Writing 3.0
4576.01 History of Critical Theory I: Plato to Aestheticism 3.0
4576.02 History of Critical Theory II: 1900 to Present 3.0
4576.03 History of Critical Theory III: Issues and Movements 3.0
4585 History of Literacy 3.0
7884.02 History of Literacy/Literacy Past and Present 3.0
7884.01 History of Literacy/Literacy Past and Present 3.0
6774.02 History of the English Language 3.0
6774.01 History of the English Language 3.0
1110.02H Honors First-Year English Composition 3.0
1110.01H Honors First-Year English Composition 3.0
4999H Honors Research 1.0
2296H Honors Seminar: Literature and Intellectual Movements 3.0
4590.09H Honors Seminar: Selected Topics in Literature and Literary Interpretation 3.0
4998H Honors Undergraduate Research in English 1.0
3398H Honors Writing for English Majors 3.0
1193 Individual Studies 1.0
8193 Individual Studies 1.0
5193 Individual Studies 1.0
1109 Intensive Writing and Reading 4.0
7886.02 Interdepartmental Seminar 3.0
7886.01 Interdepartmental Seminar 3.0
8888.01 Interdepartmental Seminar in Critical Theory 3.0
8888.02 Interdepartmental Seminar in Critical Theory 3.0
7888.01 Interdepartmental Studies in the Humanities 1.0
7888.02 Interdepartmental Studies in the Humanities 1.0
4597.04H Interdisciplinary Approaches to Narrative in the Contemporary World 3.0
5191 Internship in English Studies 1.0
6751.01 Intro to Graduate Study in Folklore I: The Philology of the Vernacular 3.0
6751.11 Intro to Graduate Study in Folklore I: The Philology of the Vernacular 3.0
6751.22 Intro to Graduate Study in Folklore II: Fieldwork and the Ethnography of Communication 3.0
6751.02 Intro to Graduate Study in Folklore II: Fieldwork and the Ethnography of Communication 3.0
2281 Introduction to African-American Literature 3.0
2267 Introduction to Creative Writing 3.0
2277 Introduction to Disability Studies 3.0
2262 Introduction to Drama 3.0
2262H Introduction to Drama 3.0
2261 Introduction to Fiction 3.0
2261H Introduction to Fiction 3.0
2263 Introduction to Film 3.0
2270 Introduction to Folklore 3.0
2270H Introduction to Folklore 3.0
6766.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in 20th Century Literature, 1900-1945 3.0
6766.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in 20th Century Literature, 1900-1945 3.0
6767.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in 20th Century Literature, 1945-Present 3.0
6767.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in 20th Century Literature, 1945-Present 3.0
6757.11 Introduction to Graduate Study in African-American Literature, 1746-1900 3.0
6757.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in African-American Literature, 1746-1900 3.0
6757.22 Introduction to Graduate Study in African-American Literature, 1900 to Present 3.0
6757.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in African-American Literature, 1900 to Present 3.0
6756.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in American Literature, 1840-1914 3.0
6756.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in American Literature, 1840-1914 3.0
6755.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in American Literature, Origins to 1840 3.0
6755.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in American Literature, Origins to 1840 3.0
6746.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in British Literature of the Romantic Period 3.0
6746.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in British Literature of the Romantic Period 3.0
6747.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in British Literature of the Victorian Period 3.0
6747.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in British Literature of the Victorian Period 3.0
6718.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Chaucer 3.0
6718.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Chaucer 3.0
6791.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Critical Theory: Contemporary Movements 3.0
6791.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Critical Theory: Contemporary Movements 3.0
6789.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Digital Media 3.0
6789.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Digital Media 3.0
6762.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Drama and Performance 3.0
6762.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Drama and Performance 3.0
6700.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in English 3.0
6700.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in English 3.0
6778.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Film and Film Theory 3.0
6778.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Film and Film Theory 3.0
6750.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Literacy 3.0
6750.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Literacy 3.0
6410 Introduction to Graduate Study in Medical Humanities and Social Sciences 3.0
6761.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Narrative and Narrative Theory 3.0
6761.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Narrative and Narrative Theory 3.0
6760.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Postcolonial Literature and Theory 3.0
6760.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Postcolonial Literature and Theory 3.0
6779.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in Rhetoric: Classical to Early Renaissance 3.0
6779.11 Introduction to Graduate Study in Rhetoric: Classical to Early Renaissance 3.0
6779.22 Introduction to Graduate Study in Rhetoric: Renaissance to 20th Century 3.0
6779.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in Rhetoric: Renaissance to 20th Century 3.0
6716.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in the Middle Ages 3.0
6716.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in the Middle Ages 3.0
6736.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in the Restoration and 18th Century 3.0
6736.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in the Restoration and 18th Century 3.0
6758.01 Introduction to Graduate Study in U.S. Ethnic Literature and Culture 3.0
6758.02 Introduction to Graduate Study in U.S. Ethnic Literature and Culture 3.0
4513 Introduction to Medieval Literature 3.0
6713.01 Introduction to Middle English Language 3.0
6713.02 Introduction to Middle English Language 3.0
4559 Introduction to Narrative and Narrative Theory 3.0
5710.02 Introduction to Old English Language and Literature 3.0
5710.01 Introduction to Old English Language and Literature 3.0
2260H Introduction to Poetry 3.0
2260 Introduction to Poetry 3.0
2264 Introduction to Popular Culture Studies 3.0
2282 Introduction to Queer Studies 3.0
6795.01 Introduction to Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition 3.0
6795.02 Introduction to Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition 3.0
2220H Introduction to Shakespeare 3.0
2220 Introduction to Shakespeare 3.0
4570 Introduction to the History of English 3.0
2298 Introduction to the Study of Literature 3.0
6781 Introduction to the Teaching of First-Year English 3.0
2463 Introduction to Video Games Analysis 3.0
2268 Introductory Creative Nonfiction Writing 3.0
2265 Introductory Fiction Writing 3.0
2266 Introductory Poetry Writing 3.0
3467S Issues and Methods in Tutoring Writing 3.0
4601 Language and the Black Experience 3.0
4601S Language and the Black Experience 3.0
2367.01S Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience 3.0
2367.01 Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience 3.0
2367.01H Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience 3.0
2367.01E Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience 3.0
4400 Literary Locations 3.0
5662.01 Literary Publishing 3.0
5662.02 Literary Publishing 3.0
4595 Literature and Law 3.0
4590.07H Literature in English after 1945 3.0
2367.02 Literature in the U.S. Experience 3.0
2367.02H Literature in the U.S. Experience 3.0
4564.02 Major Author in 18th- and 19th-Century British Literature 3.0
4564.04 Major Author in 20th-Century Literature in English 3.0
4564.03 Major Author in American Literature to 1900 3.0
4564.01 Major Author in Medieval and Renaissance British Literature 3.0
3398 Methods for the Study of Literature 3.0
3379 Methods for the Study of Writing, Rhetoric and Literacy 3.0
4514 Middle English Literature 3.0
4549 Modern Drama 3.0
3273 Modernist Thought & Culture, 1880-1945 3.0
3361 Narrative and Medicine 3.0
4540 Nineteenth-Century British Poetry 3.0
7864.02 Postcolonial/Transnational Literatures 3.0
7864.01 Postcolonial/Transnational Literatures 3.0
4189 Professional Writing Minor: Capstone Internship 3.0
4521 Renaissance Drama 3.0
4522 Renaissance Poetry 3.0
8998 Research in English 1.0
8996 Research in English: Candidacy Examination 1.0
8999 Research in English: Dissertation 1.0
4531 Restoration and 18th-Century Literature 3.0
4567S Rhetoric and Community Service: A Writing Seminar 3.0
4555 Rhetoric and Legal Argumentation 3.0
4573.02 Rhetoric and Social Action 3.0
4573.01 Rhetorical Theory and Criticism 3.0
4573.01E Rhetorical Theory and Criticism 3.0
4590.04H Romanticism 3.0
3372 Science Fiction and/or Fantasy 3.0
2202H Selected Works of British Literature: 1800 to Present 3.0
2202 Selected Works of British Literature: 1800 to Present 3.0
2201H Selected Works of British Literature: Medieval through 1800 3.0
2201 Selected Works of British Literature: Medieval through 1800 3.0
7860.01 Seminar in 20th Century British and/or American Literature 3.0
7860.02 Seminar in 20th Century British and/or American Literature 3.0
7880.01 Seminar in Composition 3.0
7880.02 Seminar in Composition 3.0
7851.02 Seminar in Critical Approaches to Black Literatures 3.0
7851.01 Seminar in Critical Approaches to Black Literatures 3.0
7838.02 Seminar in Critical Issues in the Restoration and 18th Century 3.0
7838.01 Seminar in Critical Issues in the Restoration and 18th Century 3.0
7876.02 Seminar in Critical Theory 3.0
7876.01 Seminar in Critical Theory 3.0
7891.02 Seminar in Disability Studies in Language and Literature 3.0
7891.01 Seminar in Disability Studies in Language and Literature 3.0
7817.02 Seminar in Early Medieval English Literature 3.0
7817.01 Seminar in Early Medieval English Literature 3.0
7827.01 Seminar in English Renaissance Literature 3.0
7827.02 Seminar in English Renaissance Literature 3.0
7840.01 Seminar in English Romantic Literature 3.0
7840.02 Seminar in English Romantic Literature 3.0
7890.02 Seminar in Feminist Studies in Literature and Culture 3.0
7890.01 Seminar in Feminist Studies in Literature and Culture 3.0
7878.02 Seminar in Film & Media Studies 3.0
7878.01 Seminar in Film & Media Studies 3.0
8858.02 Seminar in Folklore 3.0
8858.01 Seminar in Folklore 3.0
7870.02 Seminar in Folklore 3.0
7870.01 Seminar in Folklore 3.0
7818.01 Seminar in Later Medieval Literature 3.0
7818.02 Seminar in Later Medieval Literature 3.0
7883.02 Seminar in Literacy Studies 3.0
7883.01 Seminar in Literacy Studies 3.0
7895.02 Seminar in Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition 3.0
7895.01 Seminar in Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition 3.0
7879.02 Seminar in Rhetoric 3.0
7879.01 Seminar in Rhetoric 3.0
7820.02 Seminar in Shakespeare 3.0
7820.01 Seminar in Shakespeare 3.0
7871.01 Seminar in the Forms of Literature 3.0
7871.02 Seminar in the Forms of Literature 3.0
7858.02 Seminar in U.S. Ethnic Literatures and Culture 3.0
7858.01 Seminar in U.S. Ethnic Literatures and Culture 3.0
7850.02 Seminar in U.S. Literatures before 1900 3.0
7850.01 Seminar in U.S. Literatures before 1900 3.0
7844.01 Seminar in Victorian Literature 3.0
7844.02 Seminar in Victorian Literature 3.0
7889.01 Seminar on Digital Media Studies 3.0
Seminar on Digital Media Studies 3.0
4520.01 Shakespeare 3.0
SPL SPECIAL 1.0
4551 Special Topics in 19th-Century U.S. Literature 3.0
4551E Special Topics in 19th-Century U.S. Literature 3.0
4582 Special Topics in African-American Literature 3.0
4552 Special Topics in American Poetry Through 1915 3.0
4550 Special Topics in Colonial and Early National Literature of the U.S. 3.0
4578H Special Topics in Film 3.0
4578 Special Topics in Film 3.0
3378 Special Topics in Film and Literature 3.0
3468 Special Topics in Intermediate Creative Nonfiction Writing 3.0
3465 Special topics in Intermediate Fiction Writing 3.0
3466 Special Topics in Intermediate Poetry Writing 3.0
4580 Special Topics in LGBTQ Literatures and Cultures 3.0
4584 Special Topics in Literacy Studies 3.0
4575E Special Topics in Literary Forms and Themes 3.0
4575 Special Topics in Literary Forms and Themes 3.0
4579 Special Topics in Nonfiction 3.0
4560 Special Topics in Poetry 3.0
3364 Special Topics in Popular Culture 3.0
3405 Special Topics in Professional Communication 3.0
4523 Special Topics in Renaissance Literature and Culture 3.0
4535 Special Topics in Restoration and Eighteenth Century British Literature and Culture 3.0
4520.02 Special Topics in Shakespeare 3.0
4591.01H Special Topics in the Study of Creative Writing 3.0
4591.02H Special Topics in the Study of Rhetoric 3.0
4581 Special Topics in U.S. Ethnic Literatures 3.0
4592 Special Topics in Women in Literature and Culture 3.0
4583 Special Topics in World Literature in English 3.0
4800 Story Development for Film and Television 3.0
3271 Structure of the English Language 3.0
7837.01 Studies in 18th Century Genre 3.0
7837.02 Studies in 18th Century Genre 3.0
4586 Studies in American Indian Literature and Culture 3.0
4587 Studies in Asian American Literature and Culture 3.0
4561 Studies in Fictional and Nonfictional Narrative 3.0
5664 Studies in Graphic Narrative 3.0
4588 Studies in Latino/a Literature and Culture 3.0
4562 Studies in Literature and the Other Arts 3.0
7861.02 Studies in Narrative and Narrative Theory 3.0
7861.01 Studies in Narrative and Narrative Theory 3.0
7872.01 Studies in the English Language 3.0
4571 Studies in the English Language 3.0
7872.02 Studies in the English Language 3.0
6788.01 Studies in the Theory and Practice of Imaginative Writing 3.0
6788.02 Studies in the Theory and Practice of Imaginative Writing 3.0
5797 Study at a Foreign Institution 1.0
4589 Studying the Margins: Language, Power, and Culture 3.0
7881.02 Teaching Basic Writing 3.0
7881.44 Teaching Business and Professional Communication 3.0
7881.04 Teaching Business and Professional Communication 3.0
8903 Teaching College English 1.0
7881.33 Teaching of College Composition in English as a Second Language 3.0
7881.03 Teaching of College Composition in English as a Second Language 3.0
3305 Technical Writing 3.0
2367.04H Technology and Science in the U.S. Experience 3.0
2367.04 Technology and Science in the U.S. Experience 3.0
8982.01 Textual Criticism and Editing 1.0
8982.02 Textual Criticism and Editing 1.0
4597.01 The Disability Experience in the Contemporary World 3.0
8997 The Dissertation Seminar 1.0
4533 The Early British Novel: Origins to 1830 3.0
2280H The English Bible 3.0
2280 The English Bible 3.0
4590.05H The Later 19th Century 3.0
4590.03H The Long Eighteenth Century 3.0
8900.01 The Long Seminar: Research in Literary History, Theory, and Forms I 3.0
8900.02 The Long Seminar: Research in Literary History, Theory, and Forms I 3.0
8901.02 The Long Seminar: Research in Literary History, Theory, and Forms II 3.0
8901.01 The Long Seminar: Research in Literary History, Theory, and Forms II 3.0
4590.01H The Middle Ages 3.0
4590.06H The Modern Period 3.0
4542 The Nineteenth-Century British Novel 3.0
4590.02H The Renaissance 3.0
2367.05H The U.S. Folk Experience 3.0
2367.05 The U.S. Folk Experience 3.0
2275 Thematic Approaches to Literature 3.0
7350.01 Theorizing Folklore I: Tradition and Transmission 3.0
7350.11 Theorizing Folklore I: Tradition and Transmission 3.0
7350.22 Theorizing Folklore II: The Ethnography of Performance 3.0
7350.02 Theorizing Folklore II: The Ethnography of Performance 3.0
7350.33 Theorizing Folklore III: Differentiation, Identification, and the Folk 3.0
7350.03 Theorizing Folklore III: Differentiation, Identification, and the Folk 3.0
3331 Thinking Theoretically 3.0
4572 Traditional Grammar and Usage 3.0
4590.08H U.S. and Colonial Literature 3.0
2291 U.S. Literature: 1865 to Present 3.0
4998 Undergraduate Research in English 1.0
4999 Undergraduate Research: Thesis 1.0
5892 Workshop 1.0
8904 Writing for Publication 1.0