English Major

22225

Study of basic sentence mechanics, grammatical terminology, and the conventions of punctuation. Includes some historical background on the development of English grammar. Students cannot receive credit for both ENG 209 and LING 494.... (read more)
22226

Study of basic sentence mechanics, grammatical terminology, and the conventions of punctuation. Includes some historical background on the development of English grammar. Students cannot receive credit for both ENG 209 and LING 494.... (read more)
22229

African American literature and culture in relevant intellectual, social, and historical contexts.
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22230

Introduction to the analysis of form and style in cinema and related media, focusing on narrative, mise-en-scène, cinematography, editing, and sound. Multilisted with CINE 260M.
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22231

Introduction to the analysis of form and style in cinema and related media, focusing on narrative, mise-en-scène, cinematography, editing, and sound. Multilisted with CINE 260M.
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22237

Books for young readers, their social implications and historical context, from the 19th century to the present. This is a service learning course, which explores the interplay between the classroom experience and the co-requisite... (read more)
22238

Women's writing in a particular genre or form (prose, fiction, drama, poetry, autobiography, folksong) examined in the context of current feminist literary theories. Repeatable when topic changes.
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22239

Analysis and use of patterns of reasoning derived from the disciplines of rhetoric, informal logic, cognitive science, and the theory of argumentation.
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22240

Examines the origins and development of Asian American literature and culture in relevant intellectual, social, and historical contexts. Course will be taught once or more per academic year.
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22241

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Study of film and media as aesthetic objects shaped by a broad range of identity categories, reflecting communities identified by class, gender, race, ethnicity, and sexuality. Multilisted with CINE 381M.
Development of the American novel from its beginnings to 1900.
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22247

On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.
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22248

On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.
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22249

On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.
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22250

On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.
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22251

On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.
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22253

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Study of selected romances in the context of European intellectual and social history. May include elementary linguistic introduction to Middle English.
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22255

Detailed study of selected plays and poetry.
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22256

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Advanced study of one or more authors or literary genres related to ethnic literature including African, Native, Asian, or Chicano American. Repeatable twice when topic changes for a maximum of 12 credits.
In-depth study of one to three major authors from medieval through modern periods. Repeatable.
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22258

Theoretical topics addressed by 20th-century rhetorical critics. Varieties of rhetorical interpretation, from neo-Aristotelian to reader-response, postmodernist views of metaphor.
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25957

Gage, John

Provides students concurrently enrolled in WR 121 with one-on-one tutoring. Enrollment priority based on entrance exam (SAT or ACT) scores. Repeatable once.

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25958

Repeatable. Supervised writing projects in nonfiction prose.
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25959

Wakefield, Eleanor

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional, and technical writing; weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions, instructions, summaries. Use of documentation in publication.

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25960

Wakefield, Eleanor

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional, and technical writing; weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions, instructions, summaries. Use of documentation in publication.

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25961

Boscha, Tina

Practice in writing and analyzing internal and external messages common to business, industry, and professions. Suggested for business and management students.
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25962

Supervised writing projects in nonfiction prose. Repeatable.
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26095

Chronological study of literary and media works in English, beginnings to the present, emphasizing analytic reading and writing skills. Sequence with ENG 303, ENG 304.
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26096

Chronological study of literary and media works in English, beginnings to the present, emphasizing analytic reading and writing skills. Sequence with ENG 303, ENG 304.
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26097

Chronological study of literary and media works in English, beginnings to the present, emphasizing analytic reading and writing skills. Sequence with ENG 303, ENG 304.
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26098

Chronological study of literary and media works in English, beginnings to the present, emphasizing analytic reading and writing skills. Sequence with ENG 303, ENG 304.
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