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Note: This two year schedule shows a list of planned courses and as such is subject to change. At its sole discretion, the University may revise this schedule and any information contained herein, without advance notice. No contract, either expressly or implied, is created by this schedule.

Undergraduate

Spring 2013

  • ENGL 2210  Issues in Tutoring Writing
  • ENGL 3220  Advanced Composition
  • ENGL 3010  Literature for Young Adults
  • ENGL 4030  Theories of Rhetoric and Composition
  • ENGL 4040  Issues in Professional Writing
  • ENGL 4120  Shakespeare I
  • ENGL  3410  Southern Literature
  • ENGL 4150  Romantic Movement in England
  • ENGL 4940  Special Topics—Irish Literature

Fall 2013

  • ENGL 2140  Backgrounds for Literature
  • ENGL 2200  Introduction to Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3211  Introduction to the Study of the English Language
  • ENGL 3240  Technical Writing
  • ENGL 4025  Composition Studies
  • ENGL 4140  Restoration and Eighteenth Century English Literature
  • ENGL ----  Upper Division Elective
  • ENGL 4200  Colonial and Federalist American Literature
  • ENGL 4965  Senior Capstone Course

Spring 2014

  • ENGL 2210  Issues in Tutoring Writing
  • ENGL 3010  Literature for Young Adults
  • ENGL 3220  Advanced Composition
  • EGNL 3230  Creative Writing
  • ENGL 4120  Shakespeare
  • ENGL  3520  Postmodern and Contemporary American Literature
  • ENGL ----    British Literature Post-1785
  • ENGL 3100  Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory

Fall 2014

  • ENGL 2140  Backgrounds for Literature
  • ENGL 2200  Introduction to Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3211  Introduction to the Study of the English Language
  • ENGL 4040 Issues in Professional Writing
  • EGNL 4035  Rhetoric:  Theories, Histories, and Pedagogies
  • ENGL ----  British Literature Pre-1785
  • ENGL 4210  Romanticism in American Literature
  • ENGL ----  upper division elective
  • ENGL 4965  Senior Capstone Course

Spring 2015

  • ENGL 2210  Issues in Tutoring Writing
  • ENGL 3220  Advanced Composition
  • ENGL 3010  Literature for Young Adults
  • ENGL 4050  Writing and Civic Engagement
  • ENGL 4120  Shakespeare
  • ENGL  3420  African American Literature
  • ENGL ----  British Literature  Post-1785
  • ENGL ----  Upper division elective

Fall 2015

  • ENGL 2140  Backgrounds for Literature
  • ENGL 2200  Introduction to Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3211  Introduction to the Study of the English Language
  • ENGL 3240  Technical Writing
  • ENGL 4025  Composition Studies
  • ENGL --- Pre-1785 British Literature
  • ENGL ----  Upper Division Elective
  • ENGL 4200  Colonial and Federalist American Literature
  • ENGL 4965  Senior Capstone Course

Spring 2016

  • ENGL 2210           Issues in Tutoring Writing
  • ENGL 3010           Young Adult Literature
  • ENGL 3220           Advanced Composition
  • ENGL 4120           Shakespeare
  • ENGL 4040           Issues in Professional Writing
  • ENGL 4050           Writing & Civic Engagement
  • ENGL ____             Post 1785 British Literature
  • ENGL ____             Post 1865 American Literature
  • ENGL ____             Upper Division Elective

Fall 2016

  • ENGL 2140           Backgrounds to Literature
  • ENGL 2200           Introduction to Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3211           Introduction to the Study of the English Language
  • ENGL 3240           Technical Writing
  • ENGL 4035           Rhetoric
  • ENGL ____             Pre 1785 British Literature
  • ENGL ____             Pre 1865 American Literature
  • ENGL ____             Upper Division Elective
  • ENGL 4965           Capstone

Spring 2017

  • ENGL 2210           Issues in Tutoring Writing
  • ENGL 3010           Young Adult Literature
  • ENGL 3220           Advanced Composition
  • ENGL 4120           Shakespeare
  • ENGL 4040           Issues in Professional Writing
  • ENGL 4050           Writing & Civic Engagement (OR ENGL 3230 Creative Writing)
  • ENGL ____             Post 1785 British Literature
  • ENGL ____             Post 1865 American Literature
  • ENGL ____             Upper Division Elective

Fall 2017

  • ENGL 2140           Backgrounds to Literature
  • ENGL 2200           Introduction to Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3211           Introduction to the Study of the English Language
  • ENGL 3240           Technical Writing
  • ENGL 4025           Composition Studies
  • ENGL ____             Pre 1785 British Literature
  • ENGL ____             Pre 1865 American Literature
  • ENGL ____             Upper Division Elective
  • ENGL 4965           Capstone

Spring 2018

  • ENGL 2210           Issues in Tutoring Writing
  • ENGL 3010           Young Adult Literature
  • ENGL 3220           Advanced Composition
  • ENGL 4120           Shakespeare
  • ENGL 4040           Issues in Professional Writing
  • ENGL 4050           Writing & Civic Engagement
  • ENGL ____             Post 1785 British Literature
  • ENGL ____             Post 1865 American Literature
  • ENGL ____             Upper Division Elective

Fall 2018

  • ENGL 2140           Backgrounds to Literature
  • ENGL 2200           Introduction to Professional Writing
  • ENGL 3211           Introduction to the Study of the English Language
  • ENGL 3240           Technical Writing
  • ENGL 4035           Rhetoric
  • ENGL ____             Pre 1785 British Literature
  • ENGL ____             Pre 1865 American Literature
  • ENGL ____             Upper Division Elective
  • ENGL 4965           Capstone

Graduate

Fall 2014

  • ENGL 6450 Disability and Literacy
  • ENGL 7000 Qualitative Research in Critical Literacy
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours Spring 2015
  • ENGL 6340 Women and Literacy
  • ENGL 5225 Composition and Digital Literacy
  • ENGL 6300 Seminar in the Technologies of Literacy
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Porfolio Hours

Summer 2015

  • ENGL 5215 Composition and Critical Literacy*
  • ENGL 5225 Composition and Digital Literacy*
  • ENGL 7000 Qualitative Research in Critical Literacy*
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours

Fall 2015

  • ENGL 5010 Introduction to Literacy Studies
  • ENGL 6430 Visual Interpretations of Literacy
  • ENGL 6950 Special Problems in Critical Literacy and Social Justice
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours

Spring 2016

  • ENGL 6300 Seminar in the Technologies of Literacy
  • ENGL 6320 Critical Literacy and Literature
  • ENGL 6310 21st Century Digital Literacy
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours

Summer 2016

  • ENGL 5215 Composition and Critical Literacy*
  • ENGL 5225 Composition and Digital Literacy*
  • ENGL 7000 Qualitative Research in Critical Literacy*
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours

Fall 2016

  • ENGL 5010 Introduction to Literacy Studies
  • ENGL 6450 Disability and Literacy
  • ENGL 6350 Cultural Studies in Rhetoric
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours

Spring 2017

  • ENGL 6340 Women and Literacy
  • ENGL 6270 Seminar in the Social History of American English
  • ENGL 6300 Seminar in the Technologies of Literacy
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours

Summer 2017

  • ENGL 5215 Composition and Critical Literacy*
  • ENGL 5225 Composition and Digital Literacy*
  • ENGL 7000 Qualitative Research in Critical Literacy*
  • ENGL 7100 Thesis/Portfolio Hours

*Offered one time per year in summer schedule

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