English 2 year plan 2013 to 2015

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English: Two Year Plan

2013 - 2015

 

Maymester/
Summer I '13

Summer II '13
Fall '13

3324:  Multicultural Children's Lit
3326: Studies in World Mythology
3347: General Linguistics
4335: Chicano/a Literature
4398: Major Authors: Milton

5305:  Milton

2322:  Brit Lit Through Neoclassicism
2323: Brit Lit: Romantics to the Present

2311:  Technical Communication (WIN)

1301:  Freshman Comp I
1302:   Freshman Comp II

3301:  Writing Across the Disciplines (WIN)
3329: Studies in American Lit: Am Poetry

2311:  Technical Communication (WIN)

1301:  Freshman Comp I
1302: Freshman Comp II

3301:  Writing Across the Disciplines (WIN)
3310: Young Adult Literature
3323: Primary Children's Literature
3329: Studies in American Literature
3339: History of the English Language
3361: Rhetorical Theory & Teach Comp (WIN)
4322: Creative Writing: Fiction
4329: The Restoration & the 18th Century
4330: Nineteenth Century Brit Lit: Romantics
4365: Film Literature
4399: Senior Seminar (WIN)

5303:  Studies in Comparative Lit
5316: Studies in 20th Century Am Lit
5328: Studies in 17th Century Lit

2365:  Lit & Film

2307:  Intro to Creative Writing (WIN)
2311: Technical Communication (WIN)

2322:  Brit Lit Through Neoclassicism
2323: Brit Lit: Romantics to Present
2327: American Lit to the Civil War
2328: American Lit: Civil War to Present
2332: Survey of World Lit to 1650

1301: Freshman Comp I
1302: Freshman Comp II

Winter/Spring '14

Maymester/
Summer I '14

Summer II '14

3300:  Advanced Composition (WIN)
3306: Existentialism (WIN)
3323: Primary Children's Literature
4309: Advanced English Grammar
4322: Creative Writing: Poetry
4327: The Sixteenth Century
4331: Nineteenth Century Lit: The Victorians
4333: Late 19th Century American Lit
4334: Studies in World Lit
4338: Minority Voices
4355: History of Literary Thought
4358: Bible as Literature: New Testament
4398: Major Authors: William Faulkner

5306:  Chaucer
5312: Studies in 16th Century Lit
5321: Gender Studies

2307:  Intro to Creative Writing (WIN)
2311: Technical Communication (WIN)

2322:  Brit Lit Through Neoclassicism
2323: Brit Lit: Romantics to Present
2327: American Lit to the Civil War
2328: American Lit: Civil War to Present
2333: Survey of World Lit Since 1650

1301:  Freshman Comp I
1302: Freshman Comp II

3324:  Multicultural Children's Lit
3329: Studies in American Lit
3347: General Linguistics
4326: Studies in World Folklore

2311:  Technical Communication (WIN)

2322:  Brit Lit Through Neoclassicism

1301:  Freshman Comp I
1302: Freshman Comp II

3301:  Writing Across the Disciplines (WIN)
4331: Nineteenth Century: The Victorians

5328:  Studies in Seventeenth Century Lit

2365:  Lit & Film

2323:  Brit Lit:  Romantics to the Present
2328: American Lit: Civil War to Present

Fall '14
Spring '15

3301Writing Across the Disciplines (WIN)
3302: Non-fiction Prose Writing (WIN: XL 4322)
3310: Young Adult Literature
3311 Great Books: Classical to Renaissance
3323 Primary Children's Literature
3339: History of the English Language
3361: Rhetorical Theory and the Teaching Composition
4306: Studies in English Literature
4322: Creative Writing: Non-fiction (WIN: XL 3302)
4332: Early American Literature
4350:  Brit Lit:  1900-World War II
4395: Current Trends in Rhet & Comp Theory
4399: Senior Seminar (WIN)

5311:  Studies in Medieval Literature
5315: Studies in 19th Century American Lit

2307:  Intro to Creative Writing
2311: Technical Communication (WIN)

2322:  Brit Lit Through Neoclassicism
2323: Brit Lit: Romantics to Present
2327: American Lit to Civil War
2328: American Lit: Civil War to Present

1301:  Freshman Comp I
1302: Freshman Comp II

3312:  Great Books:  Renaissance to Present
3323: Primary Children's Literature
4306: Shakespeare's Major Plays
4309: Advanced English Grammar
4322: Creative Writing: Fiction
4323: Early 20th Century American Lit
4329: The Restoration & the Eighteenth Century
4351: Brit Lit: World War II to Present
4390: Issues in the Teaching of English (WIN)
4398: Major Authors: Herman Melville

5315:  Studies in Nineteenth Century American Lit
5318: Postcolonial Studies in English
5350: Theory & Practice of Criticism

2311:  Technical Communication (WIN)

2322:  Brit Lit Through Neoclassicism
2323: Brit Lit: Romantics to Present
2327: American Lit to Civil War
2328: American Lit: Civil War to Present

1301:  Freshman Comp I
1302: Freshman Comp II

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