Department of English

Resources / Course Forecast

Listed below is the projected availability of courses within the Department of English over the next four years. Please note that the course forecast is tentative and thus may have to be altered depending on availability of faculty, classrooms, and student demand.

LEGEND: Use the guide below to understand the course forecast chart:
N = Course Not Offered
Y = Course Offered
Y-D = Course Offered. Day
Y-E = Course Offered. Evening
Y-W = Course Offered. Weekend
*Place cursor on any block to see availability.

English (ENGL)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
1101Composition IYYY
1102Composition IIYYY
2110World LiteratureYYY
2111 Early World LiteratureNN
2112World Literature mid 1600s to PresentNY
2120British LiteratureYNY
2121Early British LiteratureYYY
2122British Literature late 1700s to PresentY-DNN
2130American LiteratureYYY
2131Early American LiteratureY-DENN
2132 American Literature mid 1800s to PresentYY-DY
2145Introduction to English StudiesY-DY-DY-D
2160American Literature SurveyY-DEY-DY-D
2172British Literature, Beginnings to 1660YYY
2174British Literature, 1660 to PresentYYN
2271Introduction to Teaching English Language ArtsY-DNY-D
2300African-American LiteratureYNY
3230Literary GenreYNY-DE
3232Topics in DramaNNN
3241Technology and Digital Media in English/Language ArtsY-DNY-D
3310Principles of Writing InstructionY-DNY-D
3320Scriptural LiteratureY-DNN
3322Hebrew Scriptures as LiteratureNNN
3324New Testament as LiteratureNNN
3330Gender StudiesYYY
3340Ethnic LiteratureY-DNY-D
3350Regional LiteratureYY-DY-D
3360Major African American WritersY-DY-DY-D
3390Great Works for Middle Grades TeachersY-ENY-E
3391Teaching Literature to AdolescentsY-DNY-D
3396Cooperative StudyYN
3400Survey of African LiteraturesNNN
3500Topics in African American LiteratureY-DNY-D
3600Topics in African Diaspora LiteraturesNNN
4220Critical TheoryY-DNY-D
4230Theory-Based Studies in LiteratureY-DY-DY-D
4240Rhetorical TheoryY-DNY-D
4360American Literature Before 1800NNN
4370British Medieval and Chaucerian LiteratureNNN
4372British Renaissance LiteratureNNN
4374Studies in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century LiteratureY-DNN
4380World Literature Before 1800NNN
4400Directed StudyYN
4401Topics in African Literatures NNN
446019th-Century American LiteratureY-EY-DY-D
447019th-Century British LiteratureY-DNY-D
448019th-Century World LiteratureY-DNY
4490Special Topics in EnglishNNN
456020th-Century American LiteratureY-DY-DY-D
457020th-Century British LiteratureY-DNY-D
458020th-Century World LiteratureNNY
4620Senior SeminarY-DENY-DE
7701Topics in LiteratureY-EN
7709Workshop for Teachers of WritingNN
7710Writing on TeachingNN
7711Multicultural Literature in EnglishYY
7721Author StudiesNN
7731Language Studies in EnglishNY-D
7735Introduction to Composition StudiesNY
7741Technology and Media in English and Language ArtsNY
7750English Studies in the SchoolsNNY
7900Special TopicsN
7950Directed StudyN

English Education (ENED)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
4000Service Learning in English Education
4414Teaching of English Language Arts IY
4415Teaching of English/Language Arts (6-12) Internship
4475Student Teaching: English (6-12)
4498Internship in Teaching English

Film (FILM)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
3105Fundamentals of Writing for Film and TelevisionY-DNY-D
3200Film History and Theory IY-DEY-DY-D
3210Film History and Theory IIY-DNY-D
3220Studies in FilmY-DEY-DY-DE
4105Advanced Writing for Film and TelevisionY-DNN
4200Advanced Studies in FilmY-ENY-D

Linguistics (LING)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
3020Linguistics and LiteratureY-DNY-D
3025Linguistics for EducationY-DNY-D
3030Studies in Grammar and LinguisticsNNY-D
3035Introduction to Language and LinguisticsYYY
3040History of the English LanguageY-DNN
3045Grammar of Contemporary American EnglishYNY
3055Politics and LanguageNNY-D

Professional Writing (PRWR)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
6000Issues and Research in Professional WritingY-E
6100Readings for WritersY-E
6150 Context, Style and Audience in Professional WritingN
6240Technical WritingN
6255Grant & Proposal WritingN
6260Managing Writing in OrganizationsN
6280Business and Technical EditingN
6300Understanding Writing as ProcessY-D
6400Writing the BiographyN
6410Feature WritingN
6440Professional and Academic EditingN
6455The Genres of Creative WritingY-E
6460Fiction WritingN
6470Poetry WritingY-E
6480Play WritingY-E
6490Screen and Television WritingN
6500Teaching Writing in High Schools and CollegesN
6520Creative NonfictionN
6550Document Design and Desktop PublishingY-E
6570Writing for Social MediaN
6650Introduction to Literacy StudiesY
6750Teaching Writing to Speakers of Other LanguagesN
6760World EnglishesN
6800Careers in the Literary ArtsY-E
6850Web Content DevelopmentN
6860Intercultural Communication in ContextN
7460Advanced Fiction WritingN
7470Advanced Poetry WritingN
7480Advanced Play WritingN
7490Advanced Screen and Television WritingY-E
7520Advanced Creative Nonfiction WritingY-E
7550Advanced Applied WritingN
7600MAPW Practical InternshipY
7900Special TopicsY-E
7950MAPW Directed StudyN
7960MAPW Capstone ProjectY

Writing (WRIT)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
3000Introduction to Creative Writing GenresY-ENY-E
3100Poetry WritingY-DNY-D
3109Careers in WritingY-DNY-D
3111Professional EditingY-DNY-D
3120Fiction WritingYY-DY
3130Literary NonfictionY-DNY-D
3140Writing for the WorkplaceYYY
3150Topics in Digital RhetoricYY-DY
3160Argumentative WritingY-DNY-D
3170Environmental Writing and LiteratureNNN
4100Advanced Poetry WritingY-DNN
4110Advanced PlaywritingNNN
4120Advanced Fiction WritingY-DNN
4125 Advanced Techniques in Fiction WritingNNN