English and Communication

Seminar in American Literature

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
342
Course Credits: 
3

A concentration on 20th century American literature, with emphasis on the relationship between literature and its cultural and intellectual contexts.

Main Currents in American Literature to 1900

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
341
Course Credits: 
3

A historical survey of American literature from its Native American and colonial beginnings to the end of the nineteenth century, with emphasis on themes, images, stylistic techniques and cultural assumptions in the works of major literary figures.

British Literature 1700-1900

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
332
Course Credits: 
3

A chronological survey of British literature and its historical and social background during the 18th and 19th centuries. Readings include samples of major works of the period.

British Literature to 1700

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
331
Course Credits: 
3

A chronological survey of British literature and its historical and social background from the earliest times to 1700, with readings from the highlights of major works.

Advanced Media Writing

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
324
Course Credits: 
3

An advanced professional writing course, providing intensive practice in writing blogs, commentaries, and features for publication in print and web. Prerequisite: CA/EN 220 or Departmental permission.

Media Writing

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
323
Course Credits: 
3

Offers instruction and practice in professional writing skills needed for careers in advertising, public relations, radio and television. Prerequisite: EN 220.

Introduction to Literary Theory and Criticism

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
321
Course Credits: 
3

An introduction to critical methodology and issues in literary criticism and contemporary theory, using both theoretical and literary texts. Prerequisite: EN 210.

Creative Writing

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
318
Course Credits: 
3

Develops skill in imaginative writing: poetry, fiction and/or non-fiction.

Grammar for Teachers and Writers

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
314
Course Credits: 
3

A systematic study of traditional grammar with applications to writing, revising and editing, literary analysis, and teaching English language arts. Required for English majors and those preparing for AYA licensure, and recommended for English minors and those preparing for Middle Childhood licensure in Language Arts.*

History of English Language

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
312
Course Credits: 
3

An introduction to the origins, history and structure of the English language. Study of the function of language in society. Required for English majors and those preparing for AYA and Middle Childhood licensure, and recommended for English minors.

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