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Undergraduate English

2020 Summer Term

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3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING AND READING

English 101

Critical reading and writing with emphasis on textual analysis of a variety of genres (both fiction and nonfiction), critical argumentation, the writing process, and conventions of academic prose.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING, READING, AND RESEARCH

English 102

Continuation of ENGLISH 100/ENGLISH 101 with additional emphasis on modes of inquiry, the research process, and the completion of a formally documented, argument-based research paper.


3 Units

CREATIVE WRITING

English 274

Study, discussion and writing of description, narration, verse and the short story.


3 Units

STAGE PLAYS ON FILM

English 354

In this course, students will study stage plays as well as the ways in which screenwriters and filmmakers adapt those plays for the big screen. Repeatable with change in topic.


3 Units

ADVANCED COMPOSITION

English 370

A course in advanced exposition and argumentation. Conventional grade basis only if course is required in the College of Business for major.


3 Units

WRITING IN THE SCIENCES

English 371

Instruction on the nature of writing in the sciences, including features of scientific genres and strategies for producing effective texts.


3 Units

TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WRITING

English 372

Practice in expository, descriptive, and report writing, with special application to technical and scientific subject matter.


1-6 Units

APPLIED STUDY: INTERNSHIP IN WRITING

English 493

Offered on a satisfactory/no credit basis only. Internships, as available, in business or government for suitably prepared students wishing to make careers as writers. Repeatable for a maximum of six credits in degree.

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