ENGL - English

Scott Slovic, Dept. Chair, Dept. of English (200 Carol Ryrie Brink Hall 83844-1102; phone 208/885-6156).

Vertically-related courses in this subject field are:  ENGL 101-ENGL 102. In addition, for English majors Engl 215 or permission of instructor also is a prerequisite or co-requisite to literature courses numbered 300 and above.

ENGL 090 Developmental Writing

Engl 090 Developmental Writing (0 cr)

A basic skills course to prepare students for ENGL 101.  Graded P (pass)/N (repeat)/F (fail).

ENGL 101 Introduction to College Writing

Engl 101 Introduction to College Writing (3 cr)

Gen Ed: English

Workshop on strategies for generating ideas for writing, for planning and organizing material, and for revising and editing; intended to prepare students for the demands of college writing, focusing on reading critically and incorporating source material. Graded P (pass)/N (repeat)/F (fail).

Coreq: Students with ACT scores 1-17, SAT verbal scores 200-440, COMPASS scores 1-67, or no standardized test scores must concurrently enroll in Engl 109.

ENGL 102 College Writing and Rhetoric

Engl 102 College Writing and Rhetoric (3 cr)

Gen Ed: English

Applied principles of expository and argumentative essay writing, including summaries, critiques, and syntheses of texts, and the research essay; emphasis on clear, concise, and vigorous prose. Graded A/B/C/N (repeat)/F.

Prereq: Engl 101 or Equivalent

ENGL 109 Writing Studio

Writing Studio (1 cr)

Student-centered group tutorial focusing on writing improvement connected to the ENGLISH 101 course. Graded Pass/Fail.

Coreq: Engl 101

ENGL 175 Introduction to Literary Genres

Engl 175 Introduction to Literary Genres (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Introduction to the terminology, techniques, and formal characteristics of literary genres. Intended to provide the general student and the beginning English major with basic experience in literary analysis.

ENGL 201 English Grammar: Key Concepts and Terms

Engl 201 English Grammar: Key Concepts and Terms (1 cr)

Study of grammar and grammatical concepts; terms and concepts drawn from traditional and transformational grammar; includes practice in sentence diagramming with connections drawn to other grammatical systems. Not an ESL course and not remedial. (Spring only).

ENGL 202 Intro to Professional Writing

Engl 202 Introduction to Professional Writing (3 cr)

Introduction to the theory and practice of professional writing and its functions in workplace settings. In this rhetorically-based course, students will study and apply conventions to meet the needs of professional writing situations and begin to establish a professional identity by creating and learning how to maintain an electronic portfolio.

Prereq: Engl 102 or equivalent

ENGL 204 Special Topics

Engl 204 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

ENGL 207 Persuasive Writing

Engl 207 (s) Persuasive Writing (3 cr)

Intermediate course in the practices of writing to persuade with special emphasis on current issues and audience awareness; includes research-based writing.

Prereq: Engl 102 or Equivalent

ENGL 208 Personal & Exploratory Writing

Engl 208 (s) Personal and Exploratory Writing (3 cr)

Intermediate course in the practices of personal and exploratory writing; may include personal narrative and observation, autobiography, or extended reflection; special attention to prose style and voice; includes research-based writing.

Prereq: Engl 102 or Equivalent

ENGL 215 Introduction to English Studies

Engl 215 Introduction to English Studies (3 cr)

The gateway course for all English majors, focusing on goals of and opportunities opened by the various branches of English studies, the practice of close reading, critical terminology and issues central to English studies, and basic research and writing practices necessary for literary study.

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 102

ENGL 221 History of World Cinema I

Engl 221 History of World Cinema I (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities, International

Introduction to film history; a comprehensive survey of the major film movements from the birth of the cinema to the mid 20th Century. Recommended preparation: Engl 102.

ENGL 222 History of World Cinema II

Engl 222 History of World Cinema II (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities, International

Introduction to modern film history; a comprehensive survey of the major film movements from the mid 20th Century to the contemporary cinematic scene. Recommended preparation: Engl 102.

ENGL 230 Introduction to Film Studies

Engl 230 Introduction to Film Studies (3 cr)

Introduction to the study of film; survey of film aesthetics, form, theory, style, and analysis. Recommended Preparation: Engl 102.

ENGL 241 Intro to the Study of Language

Engl 241 Introduction to the Study of Language (3 cr)

Same as Anth 241. Surveys of sound patterns, morphological processes and syntactic structures; questions of language acquisition, variation, and history; exercises from a variety of languages, with emphasis on American English.

ENGL 257 Literature of Western Civilization

Engl 257 Literature of Western Civilization (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Masterpieces reflecting development of Western thought and culture, Classical Greece to the Renaissance.

ENGL 258 Literature of Western Civilization

Engl 258 Literature of Western Civilization (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Masterpieces reflecting development of Western thought and culture, 17th century to the present.

ENGL 291 Beginning Poetry Writing

Engl 291 Beginning Poetry Writing (3 cr)

Intro to techniques of writing poetry.

ENGL 292 Beginning Fiction Writing

Engl 292 Beginning Fiction Writing (3 cr)

Intro to techniques of writing fiction.

ENGL 293 Beginning Nonfiction Writing

Engl 293 Beginning Nonfiction Writing(3 cr)

Intro to techniques of writing creative nonfiction.

ENGL 299 Directed Study

Engl 299 (s) Directed Study (cr arr)

ENGL 309 Rhetorical Style

Engl 309 Rhetorical Style (3 cr)

Analyze how style varies according to rhetorical genre and purpose; practice composing in multiple genres and styles.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Sophomore Standing

ENGL 310 Literary Theory

Engl 310 Literary Theory (3 cr)

Current trends and issues in literary theory, with practice in the application of theory to literary texts.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Engl 215; and Engl 175, Engl 257, or Engl 258

ENGL 313 Business Writing

Engl 313 Business Writing (3 cr)

Principles and practice of effective business communication. Projects teach conventions of tone and style appropriate to the specific discourse situation in a variety of formats, including oral, written, visual, and multimedia genres.

Prereq: Engl 102 or Equivalent; Sophomore standing

ENGL 316 Environmental Writing

Engl 316 Environmental Writing (3 cr)

Principles and practice in writing related to communicating information about scientific and environmental issues to public audiences through proposals, correspondence, and essays or reports.

Prereq: Engl 102 or Equivalent; Junior standing or Permission

ENGL 317 Technical Writing

Engl 317 Technical Writing (3 cr)

Principles and practice of effective technical communication. Projects teach conventions of tone and style appropriate to the specific discourse situation in a variety of formats, including oral, written, visual, and multimedia genres.

Prereq: Engl 102 or Equivalent; Junior standing or Permission

ENGL 318 Science Writing

Engl 318 Science Writing (3 cr)

Same as JAMM 328. Principles and practices of making scientific concepts and work accessible to general audiences through multiple forms of media; also examines the ways in which media coverage of scientific issues shapes public opinion and policy.

Prereq:Engl 102 and sophomore Standing

ENGL 322 Envioronmental Literature and Culture

Engl 322 Environmental Literature and Culture (3 cr)

Introduction to environmentally-oriented literature and other cultural texts, such as visual art, music, and film. Focus on British and American traditions of nonfiction nature writing, nature poetry, and environmental fiction, but may include work from other countries and regions.

Prereq: Engl 102

ENGL 341 Survey of British Literature

Engl 341 Survey of British Literature (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Medieval, Renaissance, 17th Century, Restoration, and 18th Century Literature.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 342 Survey of British Literature

Engl 342 Survey of British Literature (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Romantic, Victorian, Modern, and Contemporary literature.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 343 Survey of American Literature

Engl 343 Survey of American Literature (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Indigenous beginnings to the American Civil War.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 344 Survey of American Literature

Engl 344 Survey of American Literature (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Post-Civil War to contemporary writers.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 345 Shakespeare

Engl 345 Shakespeare (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Introductory course; background and study of selected plays representative of Shakespeare's achievement.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 375 The Bible as Literature

Engl 375 The Bible as Literature (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Same as RelS 375. Literary qualities of the Bible.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 380 Introduction to U.S. Ethnic Literatures

Engl 380 Introduction to U.S. Ethnic Literatures (3 cr)

Gen Ed: American Diversity

Emphasis on U.S. minority writers and reading across cultures; selections will vary from semester to semester.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 391 Intermediate Poetry Writing

Engl 391 Intermediate Poetry Writing (3 cr)

Intermediate poetry writing workshop; emphasis on workshop approach, development of portfolio, continued reading in poetry.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Engl 291; or Permission

ENGL 392 Intermediate Fiction Writing

Engl 392 Intermediate Fiction Writing (3 cr)

Intermediate fiction writing workshop; emphasis on workshop approach, development of portfolio, continued reading in fiction.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Engl 292; or Permission

ENGL 393 Intermediate Nonfiction Writing

Engl 393 Intermediate Nonfiction Writing (3 cr)

Intermediate creative nonfiction; emphasis on workshop approach.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Engl 293; or Permission

ENGL 400 Seminar

Engl 400 (s) Seminar (cr arr)

Prereq: Engl 102

ENGL 401 Writing Workshop for Teachers

Engl 401 Writing Workshop for Teachers (3 cr)

Enrollment limited to juniors or seniors majoring or minoring in English or in secondary or elementary education programs. Develops students' writing abilities in a workshop setting adaptable to K-12 classrooms and includes theory and practice of teaching writing in elementary and secondary schools.

Prereq: Engl 102

ENGL 402 Internship in Tutoring Writing

Engl 402 Internship in Tutoring Writing (3 cr)

Theoretical and practical issues involved in tutoring writing; directed experience tutoring students across the disciplines. Graded P/F.

Prereq: Engl 102 or Equivalent and Permission

ENGL 404 Special Topics

Engl 404 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

Prereq: Engl 102

ENGL 407 Phonetics and Phonology

Engl J407/J507 Phonetics and Phonology (3 cr)

This course explores issues in both first and second language acquisition focusing on language structure, use and development by monolingual and bilingual children. Graduate work will be assessed in accordance with graduate-level standards.

Prereq for Engl 407: Engl 241

Prereq for Engl 507: Engl 512

ENGL 408 Language Acquisition and Development

Engl 408 Language Acquisition and Development (3 cr)

This course explores issues in both first and second language acquisition focusing on language structure, use and development by monolingual and bilingual children.

Prereq: Engl 241

ENGL 413 ESL Meth I:Basic Oral/Aural Skills

Engl J413/J513 ESL Methods I: Basic Oral/Aural Skills (3 cr)

Survey of most widely used classroom techniques for developing speaking and listening skills in a second language; alternative innovative approaches. Additional projects/assignments reqd for grad cr. (Fall, Alt/yrs)

Prereq: Engl 241 or Permission

ENGL 414 ESL Methods II:Reading, Writing, and Special Purpose English

Engl J414/J514 ESL Methods II: Reading, Writing, and Special Purpose English (3 cr)

Survey of most widely used classroom techniques for developing- reading and writing skills in a second language and teaching techniques to specialized professional programs. Additional projects/assignments reqd for grad cr. (Spring, Alt/yrs)

Prereq: Engl 241 or Permission

ENGL 419 Writing for the Web

Engl 419 Writing for the Web (3 cr)

Written and multimodal composition in various digital media, potentially including but not limited to blogs, microblogs, and websites.

Prereq: At least one of the following courses: Engl 202, 207, 208, 309, 313, 316, 317, 318, or 440. Courses in JAMM or COMM may also be accepted as pre- or co-reqs with instructor approval.

ENGL 420 Literature and Film

Engl 420 (s) Literature and Film (3 cr, max 6)

Study of both literature and film in considering a time period, theme, culture, or genre. Recommended Preparation: Engl 230.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 426 Modern Poetry

Engl 426 Modern Poetry (3 cr)

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 427 Modern Fiction, 1900-1945

Engl 427 Modern Fiction, 1900-1945 (3 cr)

Offered with emphasis on British and/or American writers.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 429 Contemporary Fiction

Engl 429 Contemporary Fiction (3 cr)

Fiction since 1945; offered with emphasis on British and/or American writers.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 431 Contemporary Poetry

Engl 431 Contemporary Poetry(3 cr)

Important poets from the latter part of the 20th century to the present. The instructor may survey the works of numerous poets, or may focus on as few as six.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 432 Film Theory and Criticism

Engl 432 Film Theory and Criticism (3 cr)

Survey of major principles and methods of film theory and criticism as they relate to development of film art from 1890 to the present. Recommended Preparation: Engl 230 or Engl 310.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 433 Chaucer

Engl 433 Chaucer (3 cr)

Intro to Chaucer's poetical works.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 435 Foundations of Screenwriting

Engl J435/J535 Foundations of Screenwriting (3 cr)

See The J441/J541.

ENGL 440 Client-Based Writing

Engl 440 (s) Client-Based Writing (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Senior Experience

A capstone course in which students work with clients to practice writing in professional genres. Required of students in the professional writing emphasis and writing minor. (Spring only)

Prereq: Engl 102; and Senior standing or 24 credits of English courses

ENGL 442 Introduction to Morphology and Syntax

Engl 442 Introduction to Morphology and Syntax (3 cr)

Structure and processes of English syntax; syntax as component of style.

Prereq: Engl 241

ENGL 444 Sociolinguistics

Engl J444/J544 Sociolinguistics (3 cr)

Introduces the study of the relationship among language, society and culture. Specific topics include (1) native and nonnative variation of English, (2) language attitudes and ideology, (3) multilingualism, and (4) social class and gender. Provides practice in the methods for collecting and analyzing sociolinguistic data. Examines educational and political implications. Additional projects required for graduate credit. (Spring, alt/years)

Prereq: Engl 241 or Permission

ENGL 445 Literature for Adolescents

Engl 445 Literature for Adolescents (3 cr)

Theory and practice of literature study in secondary schools, and appraisal of literature appropriate to the needs, interests, and abilities of adolescents.

Prereq: Engl 102; and Enrollment in a program leading to certification in secondary English or Elementary Education (Elementary Education majors must have completed 6 cr of literature and EDTE 321; students in Secondary Education programs must have completed 9 cr of literature); or Permission

ENGL 448 Psycholinguistics

Engl 448 Psycholinguistics (3 cr)

Same as Psyc 448. Survey of cognitive processes of language comprehension, language/speech production, and language acquisition. Recommended Preparation: Engl or Anth 241, Psyc 101.

Prereq: Engl 102

ENGL 451 Renaissance and 17th Century Literature

Engl 451 Renaissance and 17th Century Literature (3 cr)

Normally offered in period survey, themes, or major authors.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 456 Restoration and Eighteenth Century

Engl 456 Engl 456 Restoration and Eighteenth Century (3 cr)

Offered in period survey, themes, or major authors.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 466 The Victorian Period

Engl 466 The Victorian Period (3 cr)

Offered in themes, genre studies, or major authors.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 473 American Regional Literature

Engl 473 (s) American Regional Literature (3 cr)

Studies in the distinctive qualities of literature from various U.S. regions, such as the West, the Northwest, the South, the Midwest, and New England.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 475 Studies in Literary Genres

Engl 475 (s) Studies in Literary Genres (3 cr)

Specific focus on developments within poetry, fiction, non-fiction, drama and film.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 477 Documentary Film

Engl 477 Documentary Film (3 cr)

See JAMM 477.

ENGL 481 Women's Literature

Engl 481 Women's Literature (3 cr)

Literature by women; genres, nationalities, and historical periods may vary from semester to semester. (Alt/yrs).

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 482 Major Authors

Engl 482 (s) Major Authors (3 cr, max arr)

Comprehensive study of the works of a single author. See the Time Schedule for author.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 483 African American Literature

Engl 483 African American Literature (3 cr)

Major themes and traditions in African American texts.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 484 American Indian Literature

Engl 484 American Indian Literature (3 cr)

Gen Ed: American Diversity

Same as AIST 484. Major themes and traditions in American Indian texts.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 485 Global Literatures in English

Engl 485 (s) Global Literatures in English (3 cr, max 6)

Recent developments in international literature, with emphasis on literature from postcolonial Anglophone cultures and diasporic communities. Recommended preparation: Engl 215 and Engl 258.

Prereq: Engl 102

Prereq or Coreq: Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258

ENGL 490 Senior Seminar

Engl 490 Senior Seminar (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Senior Experience

A capstone course in which students use the skills learned in the major to explore a common topic, produce a substantial writing project and situate themselves and their work within literary, interdisciplinary and non-academic contexts. Required of English majors in literature and creative writing emphases.

Prereq: Engl 102; and Senior standing or 24 credits of English courses

ENGL 491 Advanced Poetry Writing

Engl 491 Advanced Poetry Writing (3 cr, max arr)

Continuation of Engl 391.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Engl 391 or Permission

ENGL 492 Advanced Fiction Writing

Engl 492 Advanced Fiction Writing (3 cr, max arr)

Continuation of Engl 392.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Engl 392 or Permission

ENGL 493 Advanced Nonfiction Writing

Engl 493 Advanced Nonfiction Writing (3 cr, max arr)

Advanced creative nonfiction; emphasis on workshop approach.

Prereq: Engl 102 and Engl 393 or Permission

ENGL 496 History of the English Language

Engl 496 History of the English Language (3 cr)

Evolution of the language from Proto-Germanic to American English. Recommended Preparation: Engl 241. (Fall only)

Prereq: Engl 102

ENGL 497 Practicum

Engl 497 Practicum (1-3 cr, max 6)

Supervised experience in assisting in the teaching of an English course. Graded P/F.

Prereq: Engl 102; and Upper-class standing and permission of instructor and director of undergraduate studies

ENGL 498 Internship

Engl J498/J598 (s) Internship (1-3 cr, max 6)

Graded P/F. Supervised experience in professional uses of English. Additional projects/assignments reqd for grad cr. With advisor's approval, up to 3 credits of Engl 498 may be counted toward the undergraduate English major.

Prereq: Permission of director of Graduate Studies or Director of Undergrad Studies, Department of English

ENGL 499 Directed Study

Engl 499 (s) Directed Study (1-3 cr, max 3)

Prereq: Engl 102

ENGL 500 Master's Research and Thesis

Engl 500 Master's Research and Thesis (cr arr)

Graded P/F.

ENGL 501 Seminar

Engl 501 (s) Seminar (cr arr)

ENGL 502 Directed Study

Engl 502 (s) Directed Study (1-3 cr, max 3)

Normally offered in English and American literature and in linguistics; may not duplicate course offerings. Graded P/F.

Prereq: Permission

ENGL 503 Workshop in Creative Writing

Engl 503 (s) Workshop in Creative Writing (cr arr)

Workshop for advanced writers; analysis of theory, composition, and techniques with the goal of extending technical skills of the student writer through study of professional writer's work. All applicants must submit typed manuscripts of their work at least 10 days before registration.

Prereq: Permission

ENGL 504 Special Topics

Engl 504 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

ENGL 505 English Studies Professional Development

Engl 505 English Studies Professional Development (1-3 cr, max 6)

Graded P/F. Coursework designed to enhance pedagogical skills in teaching writing and literature.

Prereq: Permission

ENGL 506 Composition Theory

Engl 506 Composition Theory (3 cr)

Critical examination of theory, pedagogy, and research in composition studies.

ENGL 507 Phonetics and Phonology

Engl 507 Phonetics and Phonology (3 cr)

See Engl J407/J507.

ENGL 508 MAT Project

Engl 508 MAT Project (3 cr)

Graded P/F.

ENGL 510 Studies in Linguistics

Engl 510 (s) Studies in Linguistics (3 cr, max 12)

Topics such as phonology, computer assisted language learning, material development, corpus linguistics, or the application of linguistics to the teaching of English literature or composition.

Prereq: Permission

ENGL 511 Studies in Critical Theory

Engl 511 (s) Studies in Literary Criticism (3 cr, max 12)

Various schools of critical theory, normally offered in historical survey or by theoretical perspective. (Alt/yrs)

Prereq: Permission

ENGL 513 ESL Methods I: Basic Oral/Aural Skills

Engl 513 ESL Methods I: Basic Oral/Aural Skills (3 cr)

See Engl J413/J513.

ENGL 514 ESL Methods II: Reading, Writing, and Special Purpose English

Engl 514 ESL Methods II: Reading, Writing, and Special Purpose English (3 cr)

See Engl J414/J514.

ENGL 515 ESL Teaching Practicum

Engl 515 ESL Teaching Practicum (3 cr)

Organization and teaching of an ESL course under direction of practicum instructor. (Spring only)

Prereq: Permission

ENGL 516 Intercultural Communication

Engl 516 Intercultural Communication (3 cr)

In-depth examination of major issues related to communication across cultures: communication theory, linguistic relativity, ethnography of speech, crosscultural rhetoric, and nonverbal communication. (Alt/yrs)

Prereq: Engl 241 or Permission

ENGL 517 Introduction to Applied Linguistics

Engl 517 Introduction to Applied Linguistics (3 cr)

Theory and practice of comparing and contrasting linguistic systems as basis for preparing instructional materials. (Alt/yrs)

Prereq: Engl 241 or Permission

ENGL 518 Advanced English Grammar

Engl 518 Advanced English Grammar (3 cr)

In-depth linguistic analysis of English grammar, giving special emphasis to morphology and syntax. (Alt/yrs)

Prereq: Engl 517 or Permission

ENGL 521 MA-TESL Comprehensive Exam

Engl 521 MA-TESL Comprehensive Exam (1 cr, max 2)

Registration for this course admits the student to weekly review sessions in preparation for the MA-TESL comprehensive exam and culminates with the two-part exam (linguistics and language pedagogy) given late in the semester. Graded P (pass)/F (fail). Recommended preparation: ENGL 507, 510, 513, 517, and 518.

ENGL 522 Communication for Science Professionals

Engl 522 Communication for Science Professionals (3 cr)

Same as Intr 522. Development of professional skills in oral and written communication about science, policy, and technology. A core course for Professional Science Masters students; open to other graduate students and advanced undergraduates.

ENGL 523 Composition Pedagogy: Theory and Practice

Engl 523 Composition Pedagogy: Theory and Practice (3 cr)

Introduction to pedagogical theory, scholarship and practices essential to teaching college-level writing.

ENGL 524 Descriptive Linguistics

Engl 524 Descriptive Linguistics (3 cr)

Examines the methods linguists use to describe human languages and focuses on the study of phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics.

ENGL 531 Traditions - Fiction

Engl 531 Traditions â€" Fiction (3 cr)

An in-depth study of the short story as a literary genre, offering fiction writers a deeper historical context in which to position their own work, as well as intensive practice in the critical analysis of fiction writing craft.

Prereq: Graduate standing in the Department of English; or permission

ENGL 532 Traditions - Nonfiction

Engl 532 Traditions - Nonfiction (3 cr)

An in-depth study of the essay as a literary genre, offering nonfiction writers a deeper historical context in which to position their own work, as well as intensive practice in critical analysis of essay writing craft.

Prereq: Graduate standing in the Department of English; or permission

ENGL 533 Traditions â€" Prosody & Forms

Engl 533 Traditions - Prosody & Forms (3 cr)

An in-depth study of historical and traditional prosodies and poetic forms in English, offering poets and students of poetry a better understanding of the mechanical workings of poetry, and intensive practice in critical analysis of poetic forms.

Prereq: Graduate standing in the Department of English; or permission

ENGL 535 Foundations of Screenwriting

Engl J435/J535 Foundations of Screenwriting (3 cr)

See The J441/J541.

ENGL 540 Studies in Restoration and 18th Century British Literature

Engl 540 (s) Studies in Restoration and 18th Century British Literature (3 cr, max 12)

Normally offered in period survey, genre studies, and major author(s).

ENGL 544 Sociolinguistics

Engl 544 Sociolinguistics (3 cr)

See Engl J444/J544.

ENGL 545 Discourse Analysis

Engl 545 Discourse Analysis (3 cr)

Introduces students to the major concepts and methods of discourse analysis, including the ethnography of communication, pragmatics, conversational analysis, and speech act theory.

ENGL 550 Studies-19th Cent British Lit

Engl 550 (s) Studies in 19th-Century British Literature (3 cr, max 12)

Normally offered in survey of Romantic literature, survey of Victorian literature, genre studies, and major author(s).

ENGL 551 Theories of Second/Additional Language Acquisition

Engl 551 Theories of Second/Additional Language Acquisition (3 cr)

Examines how languages are learned by young adults in naturalistic and instructional settings.

ENGL 560 Studies in American Literature Before 1900

Engl 560 (s) Studies in American Literature Before 1900 (3 cr, max 12)

Normally offered in period survey, genre studies, and major author(s). (Alt/yrs)

ENGL 570 Studies in 20th-21st Centuries British & American Literature

Engl 570 (s) Studies in 20th-21st-Centuries British and American Literature (3 cr, max 12)

Normally offered in period survey, genre studies, and major author(s).

ENGL 581 Techniques of Poetry

Engl 581 Techniques of Poetry (3 cr, max arr)

A substantial and highly analytical examination of the art and craft of poetry, from a writerly perspective.

Prereq: Admission to the MFA in Creative Writing program or instructor permission

ENGL 582 Techniques of Fiction

Engl 582 Techniques of Fiction (3 cr, max arr)

A substantial and highly analytical examination of the art and craft of fiction, from a writerly perspective.

Prereq: Admission to the MFA in Creative Writing program or instructor permission

ENGL 583 Techniques of Nonfiction

Engl 583 Techniques of Nonfiction (3 cr, max arr)

A substantial and highly analytical examination of the art and craft of nonfiction, from a writerly perspective.

Prereq: Admission to the MFA in Creative Writing program or instructor permission

ENGL 591 MFA Poetry Workshop

Engl 591 MFA Poetry Workshop (3 cr, max arr)

Advanced poetry writing workshop.

Prereq: Admission to the MFA in Creative Writing program or instructor permission

ENGL 592 MFA Fiction Workshop

Engl 592 MFA Fiction Workshop (3 cr, max arr)

Advanced fiction writing workshop.

Prereq: Admission to the MFA in Creative Writing program or instructor permission

ENGL 593 MFA Nonfiction Workshop

Engl 593 MFA Nonfiction Workshop (3 cr, max arr)

Seminar on the evolving genre of 'literary non-fiction': using modes of fiction, drama, and poetry for nonfictive aims, such as memoirs or autobiography, travel narrative, and character sketch; workshop on participants' writing in the genre.

Prereq: Admission to the MFA in Creative Writing program or instructor permission

ENGL 595 MFA Novel Workshop

Engl 595 MFA Novel Workshop (3 cr, max 6)

A two-semester intensive seminar/workshop on the craft of novel writing, which includes directed writing, individual conferencing, critical analysis of exemplary novels, as well as critical response to peer work. Students will make substantial progress toward the completion of a novel of publishable quality.

Prereq: Admission to the MFA in Creative Writing program or instructor permission

ENGL 596 MFA Long Form Nonfiction Workshop

Engl 596 MFA Long Form Nonfiction Workshop (3 cr, max 6)

A two-semester intensive seminar/workshop on the craft of book-length nonfiction writing, which includes directed writing, individual conferencing, critical analysis of exemplary texts, as well as critical response to peer work. Students will make substantial progress toward the completion of a book of publishable quality.

Prereq: Graduate standing and a major in Creative Writing; or permission of the instructor

ENGL 597 Practicum

Engl 597 (s) Practicum (1-3 cr, max 3)

ENGL 598 Internship

Engl 598 (s) Internship (1-3 cr, max 6)

See Engl J498/J598.

ENGL 599 Non-thesis Master's Research

Engl 599 (s) Non-thesis Master's Research (cr arr)

Research not directly related to a thesis or dissertation.

Prereq: Permission