English and Communication

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.

Ohio Writers

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
283
Course Credits: 
3

Reading, analysis, and writing about selected fiction, poetry and/or drama by authors with strong Ohio connections. Texts may include works by fiction writers such as Toni Morrison, Sherwood Anderson, Charles W. Chesnutt or Les Roberts; and poets such as Mary Oliver, James Wright, Rita Dove, and Langston Hughes.

The Short Story

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
281
Course Credits: 
3

Analysis and discussion of selected short stories by authors from different cultures and countries.

Introduction to Western Literature: Prose

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
256
Course Credits: 
3

A course focusing on selected prose works, including selections from a variety of literary periods and genres.

Introduction to Western Literature: Epics and Poetry

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
255
Course Credits: 
3

A study of representative epics and poems with an emphasis on their relevance to the development of Western civilization.

Newswriting

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
220
Course Credits: 
3

Introductory journalism course teaching basic skills in writing news for print, broadcast and web. Students learn to write clearly, concisely and accurately under deadline and will submit articles to the student newspaper, Notre Dame News.

Critical Writing

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
210
Course Credits: 
3

Expository, analytic, and critical writing based on reading in major literary genres. Required for English majors.*

Writing Practicum

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
207
Course Credits: 
3

Extended instruction and practice in grammar and expository writing, intended for students who have earned credits in composition but who need additional training and skill development.

Advanced Composition: Expository

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
110
Course Credits: 
3

Extensive work in expository writing, some treatment of grammar and style, and the completion of an acceptable research paper in MLA format. This course fulfills the General Education Requirement for Written Composition.

College Composition I and I

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
100/101
Course Credits: 
3,3

An intensive treatment of fundamental forms of composition, principles of grammar, sentence structure, followed by the preparation of a research paper. This is a two-semester course. To fulfill the General Education Requirement for Written Communication, the student must complete both semesters of the course.

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