English (ENGL)

ENGL 011 - Foundational Academic Reading, Writing, and Grammar Credits 3

A foundation-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general academic purposes, contexts, and audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits).Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 012 - Foundational Communication and Grammar in Context Credits 3

A foundation-level course in English-language oral communication and grammar in disciplinary contexts. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 013 - Foundational Communication in Faith and Missional Contexts Credits 3

A foundation-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in biblical, Christian, and missional contexts. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the introductory stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 014 - Foundational Writing and Speech Lab Credits 3

A foundation-level lab course in English-language writing and speech. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the introductory stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 021 - Intermediate Academic Reading, Writing, and Grammar Credits 3

An intermediate-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general academic purposes, contexts, and audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 022 - Intermediate Communication and Grammar in Context Credits 3

An intermediate-level course in English-language oral communication and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for academic audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 023 - Intermediate Communication in Faith and Missional Contexts Credits 3

An intermediate-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in biblical, Christian, and missional contexts. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 024 - Intermediate Writing and Speech Lab Credits 3

An intermediate-level lab course in English-language writing and speech. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 031 - Advanced Academic Reading, Writing, and Grammar Credits 3

An advanced-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general academic purposes, contexts, and audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the mastery stage (equivalent to 'approaching introduction' for Core Curriculum purposes). Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 032 - Advanced Communication and Grammar in Context Credits 3

An advanced-level course in English-language oral communication and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for academic audiences. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the mastery stage (equivalent to 'approaching introduction' for Core Curriculum purposes). Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 033 - Advanced Communication in Faith and Missional Contexts Credits 3

An advanced-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in biblical, Christian, and missional contexts. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the mastery stage (equivalent to 'approaching introduction' for Core Curriculum purposes). Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 034 - Advanced Writing and Speech Lab Credits 3

An advanced-level lab course in English-language writing and speech. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the mastery stage (equivalent to 'approaching introduction' for Core Curriculum purposes). Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate EL placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 061 - Foundational Scholarly Reading, Writing, and Grammar for Graduate Studies Credits 3

A foundation-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general scholarly purposes, contexts, and audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the introductory stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must not be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 062 - Foundational Communication, Conventions, and Grammar in Context for Graduate Studies Credits 3

A foundation-level course in English-language oral communication, conventions, and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for scholarly audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the introductory stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Graduate Level.

ENGL 063 - Foundational Communication in Faith, Theology, and Missions for Graduate Studies Credits 3

A foundation-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in the context of biblical scholarship, theology, and missions for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the introductory stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 064 - Foundational Writing and Speech Lab for Graduate Studies Credits 3

A foundation-level lab course in English-language writing and speech for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the introductory stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 071 - Intermediate Scholarly Reading, Writing, and Grammar for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An intermediate-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general scholarly purposes, contexts, and audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 072 - Intermediate Communication, Conventions, and Grammar in Context for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An intermediate-level course in English-language oral communication, conventions, and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for scholarly audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 073 - Intermediate Communication in Faith, Theology, and Missions for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An intermediate-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in the context of biblical scholarship, theology, and missions for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 074 - Intermediate Writing and Speech Lab for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An intermediate-level lab course in English-language writing and speech for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the developmental stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 081 - Advanced Scholarly Reading, Writing, and Grammar for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An advanced-level course in English-language reading, writing, and grammar for general scholarly purposes, contexts, and audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the mastery stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 082 - Advanced Communication, Conventions, and Grammar in Context for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An advanced-level course in English-language oral communication, conventions, and applied grammar in disciplinary contexts and for scholarly audiences for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the mastery stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 083 - Advanced Communication in Faith, Theology, and Missions for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An advanced-level course in the use of the English-language (oral and written) in the context of biblical scholarship, theology, and missions for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for graduate programs at the mastery stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 084 - Advanced Writing and Speech Lab for Graduate Studies Credits 3

An advanced-level lab course in English-language writing and speech for graduate studies. The course is intended for students for whom English is not a primary language and prepares them for academic programs at the mastery stage. Notes: EL credit only (does not count toward academic degree credits). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Doctoral Level, Post Baccalaureate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 100 - Basic Studies in Critical Thinking and Writing Credits 3

Reading and discussion of ideas and methods in writing, stressing fundamentals of grammar, punctuation, spelling and paragraph writing, along with critical thinking persuasion and evaluation. Lecture/Lab Hours: Three hours of lecture, two hours of lab. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum English credit. All students scoring less than 470 on the critical reading section of the SAT (or 19 ACT) exam must enroll in ENGL 100. Undergraduate students finishing advanced EL courses must take ENGL 100 within the first term of residence. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 102 - Academic English Language and Culture I Credits 3

An advanced course designed to further develop language skills (reading, writing, and grammar) by focusing on the cultural content, vocabulary and grammar necessary to develop intercultural communicative competence at a mid-high proficiency level. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Foreign Language credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP/ALP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 103 - Advanced English Communication - Grammar Writing Credits 3

An advanced grammatical structures of English through academic content, which target the development of advanced-level oral and written proficiency through readings and discussion of academic texts and culture broadly defined (film, literature, newspapers, pop culture, etc.), as well as writing assignments and oral presentations. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Foreign Language credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP/ALP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 104 - Academic English Language and Culture II Credits 3

In this course, students will learn and practice reading and writing strategies for completing their assigned work in other courses on campus. The skills and strategies practiced in English 102 (writing data commentary, comparison/contrast, cause & effect, process, extended definitions, summary and problem/solution) are woven into this course as students do research, read authentic texts and complete longer writing assignments. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Foreign Language credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP/ALP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 105 - Advanced English Communication - Academic Listening & Speaking Credits 3

An academic listening, speaking, and critical thinking course that aims to improve students’ ability to participate in university course lectures and class discussions. Students will respond to lectures, participate in and lead class discussions and deliver short oral reports. This course also targets thedevelopment of advanced-level oral proficiency through contemporary oral and digital presentation formats. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Foreign Language credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: Must meet appropriate ELP/ALP placement.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level or Graduate Level.

ENGL 112 - Studies in Critical Thinking and Writing I Credits 3

Reading and discussion of ideas and methods in writing, stressing critical thinking, persuasion and evaluation; experience in writing a variety of expository and persuasive essays. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum English credit. Students scoring 470 or higher on the critical reading section of the SAT (or 19 ACT) exam may enroll in ENGL 112. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 113 - Studies in Critical Thinking and Writing II Credits 3

A continuation of 100 or 112, this course uses literary works as content for reading and discussion of ideas and methods in writing, stressing critical thinking, persuasion and evaluation; experience in writing essays and the research paper. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 190 - Introduction to English Studies Credits 3

This course offers an introduction to the study of English language and literature, with particular attention to the practical skills needed for success in the discipline: close reading, critical thinking, and clear writing. Notes: This course is a prerequisite for all ENGL 200, 300, and 400 courses. May be taken concurrently with 200 level courses. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 113.
Restrictions: Must be a Major in English (ENGL); and Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 210 - Writing for Competency Credits 3

Intensive practice in writing at the college level. Designed for the students who have not satisfactorily fulfilled their department's WCR (Writing Competency Requirement) as described in the General Studies section. A grade of C+ or better will fulfill the competency requirement. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 113.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 220 - Literature and Film Credits 3

Comparison of fictional and dramatic texts with their cinematic adaptations. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Literature credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.
Fee: $25.

ENGL 230 - Topics in Diverse Literatures Credits 3

Selected writers representative of international or ethnic literatures. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Literature credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 251 - British Literature I Credits 3

A study of selected writers and their works from the early Middle Ages to 1616. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 252 - British Literature II Credits 3

A study of selected writers and their works from 1616 to 1832. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 253 - British Literature III Credits 3

A study of selected writers and their works from 1832 through the present. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 281 - American Literature I Credits 3

A study of selected writers from the Colonial period through the Age of Romanticism. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 282 - American Literature II Credits 3

A study of selected writers from the Age of Realism through the present day. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 283 - Race and Ethnicity in American Literature Credits 3

Studies in diverse literatures of the United States. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Literature credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 290 - World Literature Credits 3

Surveys of global literatures. Notes: Approved for Core Curriculum Literature credit. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 313 - Writing in the Disciplines Credits 3

A culmination of writing experiences and practices throughout the Core, this course uses discipline-specific texts and contexts for reading and discussion of ideas and methods in writing. Students will compare and critically analyze academic writing created by themselves and by experts; research and discover customs, values, and hallmarks of writing in their disciplines; use effective invention, drafting, revising, and proofreading methods for written work; learn to find, synthesize, and cite discipline-specific sources; and prepare essays and multi-genre artifacts useful in both academic and professional settings. 16-24 pages of polished prose, or its equivalent required. Notes: Required and Approved for Core Curriculum English credit. Successful completion of the final portfolio fulfills the Writing Competency Requirement unless otherwise noted by the individual department. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 112.
Restrictions: Must be Junior Class, or Senior Class; and Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 320 - Studies in Grammar and Language Credits 3

Introductory language course for education students: history of language, grammatical systems, usage/composition; teaching applications. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 340 - Advanced Composition Credits 3

Study of the theories of writing and rhetorical models. Extensive practice in writing. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 343 - Creative Writing: Poetry Credits 3

Poetry workshop. Students will read and critique each other's work, study selected modern and contemporary poems and investigate the creative writing process. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 344 - Creative Writing: Fiction Credits 3

Fiction workshop. Students will read and critique each other's work, study selected modern and contemporary short stories and investigate the creative writing process. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 351 - General English Linguistics Credits 3

Introduction to the basic concepts in scientific study of language, major areas of linguistic analysis and several subareas of the field. Although the primary emphasis is on English, material from other languages is introduced to provide a broad perspective. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 353 - Introduction to TESOL: Adult Credits 3

Basic concepts, methods and techniques of teaching English (ESL or EFL) to speakers of other languages. Introduces principles of second language learning along with techniques for teaching both separate and integrated skills to adults or postsecondary students. Notes: See INTE 421. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 354 - Introduction to TESOL: K–12 Credits 3

Examination of rationale, methods and materials for teaching English in elementary and secondary multilingual classrooms. Assessment, the role of the primary language, and techniques for teaching oral and written language are also covered. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 360 - Studies in American Literature Credits 3

Specific eras and movements in American literature. Two or more sections offered every year. The sections include American literature from Colonial America, the Constitution to the Civil War, the Civil War to the New Deal, and the New Deal to the present. Notes: May be taken multiple times for credit with different content. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 370 - Studies in British Literature Credits 3

Specific eras and movements in literature from the nations of the British Isles: Wales, Scotland, the Republic of Ireland, and England. The sections include: Medieval literature, Renaissance literature, 17th-century literature, 18th-century literature, Romanticism, Victorian literature, Early 20th-century literature, and contemporary literature. Notes: May be taken multiple times for credit with different content. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 380 - Studies in Children's Literature Credits 3

Readings in children's literature, including consideration of forms, themes, and critical approaches. Notes: Intended for Education majors only. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be a Major in Liberal Studies (LELS); and Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 390 - Introduction to Critical Theory Credits 3

An overview of the major concepts in 20th- and 21st-century literary theory and an introduction to the major approaches in contemporary critical theory, including formalism, myth criticism, hermeneutics, deconstruction, feminism, psychoanalytic criticism, Marxism, post-colonial theory and the new historicism. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 400 - Studies in Shakespeare Credits 3

Studies of a selection of Shakespeare's plays, providing an overview of Shakespearean tragedy, comedy, and historical drama. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 410 - Studies in Specialized Writing Credits 3

Studies in specialized areas or genres of writing. Sections may be offered in areas such as: technical writing, book editing, playwriting, writing for children or advanced studies in poetry or fiction. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 420 - Studies in Comparative Literature Credits 3

Comparative studies of a specific cultural literature. Sections offered in areas such as African, Spanish, Russian, Jewish, and German literature. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 430 - Special Studies in Literature Credits 3

Studies in general areas of literary interest such as film and literature, science fiction and folklore or in such specific literary topics as women's literature or life writings. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 433 - CSET Preparation Class Credit 1

Preparation for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET) for those pursuing the Secondary Instruction concentration. Recommended for Juniors in their Fall semester. Students must pass all parts of the CSET exam during the first semester of their Senior year in order to apply for student teaching during the Secondary Curriculum course (LEDU 435). Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 440 - Studies in Major Authors Credits 3

An in-depth study of the works of one or more significant authors with attention to the chronological development of the author's style, main themes and relationship to the literary tradition. Sections offered include such authors as Chaucer, Milton, Wordsworth and Coleridge, Faulkner, and Hemingway. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 454 - Studies in Literary Theory Credits 3

Applied studies of literature using selected theoretical methodologies. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; and 390.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 460 - Studies in Genre Credits 3

Studies in a specific literary (poetry,short story, novel, etc), rhetorical, or written (literary non-fiction, poetry, technical writing, etc) genre. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 471 - Honors Seminar Credits 3

A selective seminar in literary analysis and pedagogy. Participants help lead the class through texts of their own choosing, and discuss strategies for engaging students effectively in the classroom. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Senior Class; and must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 481 - Studies in World Literature Credits 3

Specialized studies of global literatures focusing on authors, periods, and/or movements from literary traditions other than the United States and Britain. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 482 - Studies in Ethnic Literature Credits 3

Specialized studies of race and ethnicity in literatures of North America and Britain. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 490 - English Practicum Credits 1-3

Practical experience in English teaching, editing and/or research at the college level. Notes: Limited enrollment. An Add/Drop Slip and Arranged Course Form must be submitted. May be taken multiple times for credit for a total of 3 credits. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 491 - Senior Thesis Credits 3

An individualized research project developed in consultation with a faculty advisor to prepare students for the possibility of future graduate studies. Participants will discuss manifold aspects of graduate and professional life. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ENGL 112; ENGL 113; one 200-level course; one 300-level course.
Restrictions: Must be Senior Class; and a Concentration in Honors Graduate School Prep (EHON); Undergraduate Level.

ENGL 495 - English Capstone Course Credits 3

The English Capstone course endeavors to promote individual research, demonstrate creative/ scholarly productivity, and foster communal encouragement and accountability on a project that relies heavily on skills acquired in the students' previous years in the program. A culminating Capstone Project will be produced in consultation with the peer cohort and with one or more faculty members in the Department of English. Notes: Must be a graduating Senior. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Senior Class; and a Major in English (ENGL); Undergraduate Level.