Undergraduate Catalog 2017-18 
    
    Aug 19, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-18 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

English

General Policy Statement: Students write critical and/or research papers in all English Department courses. NOTE: Literature courses are designated by an “(L)” after the course title.

   •  ENG 1010 - Introduction to Academic Writing
   •  ENG 1061 - English Composition
   •  ENG 1070 - Effective Speaking
   •  ENG 1310 - Introduction to Literature (L)
   •  ENG 2010 - Expository and Argumentative Writing
   •  ENG 2101 - Creative Writing
   •  ENG 2161 - World Literature through Renaissance (L)
   •  ENG 2162 - World Literature from Enlightenment (L)
   •  ENG 2215 - Southwestern Literature
   •  ENG 2260 - Touchstones of Western Literature (L)
   •  ENG 2270 - Honors Touchstones (L)
   •  ENG 2271 - English Literature: Anglo-Saxons to 18th Century (L)
   •  ENG 2272 - English Literature: 18th Century to Present (L)
   •  ENG 2311 - American Literature: Colonial to Civil War (L)
   •  ENG 2312 - American Literature: Civil War to Present (L)
   •  ENG 2411 - Nineteenth Century Children’s Literature (L)
   •  ENG 2412 - Twentieth Century Children’s Literature (L)
   •  ENG 2515 - Teaching with Non-Print Media Pedagogy Lab
   •  ENG 2910 - Independent Study
   •  ENG 3060 - Technical and Professional Writing
   •  ENG 3070 - Writing Non-Fiction
   •  ENG 3160 - Teaching Writing
   •  ENG 3170 - Epic Poetry (L)
   •  ENG 3180 - Lyric Poetry (L)
   •  ENG 3210 - Greek Tragedy (L)
   •  ENG 3220 - World Fiction (L)
   •  ENG 3230 - Asian Literature
   •  ENG 3260 - Western Mythology (L)
   •  ENG 3280 - The Bible (L)
   •  ENG 3290 - Studies in World Literature (L)
   •  ENG 3310 - Dante (L)
   •  ENG 3360 - Shakespeare Comedies and Histories (L)
   •  ENG 3370 - Shakespeare Tragedies And Late Comedies (L)
   •  ENG 3520 - American Poetry (L)
   •  ENG 3530 - American Novel (L)
   •  ENG 3550 - American Short Fiction (L)
   •  ENG 3560 - American Drama (L)
   •  ENG 3570 - American Literary Movements (L)
   •  ENG 3580 - African American Literature (L)
   •  ENG 3600 - American Literary Careers (L)
   •  ENG 3610 - Women Writers (L)
   •  ENG 3620 - Overview Of Children's Literature (L)
   •  ENG 3630 - Poetry for Children (L)
   •  ENG 3640 - Images of the Child in Literature (L)
   •  ENG 3650 - Art of Children's Book Illustration (L)
   •  ENG 3660 - Folk Tales (L)
   •  ENG 3690 - The English Language: Grammar
   •  ENG 3720 - Special Topics In Children's Literature (L)
   •  ENG 3740 - Special Topics in Literature (L)
   •  ENG 3750 - Special Topics in Writing
   •  ENG 3810 - Internship in English
   •  ENG 3900 - Independent Foreign Study
   •  ENG 4040 - Advanced Creative Writing
   •  ENG 4140 - Approaches to Literature (L)
   •  ENG 4720 - Seminar in Literature (L)
   •  ENG 4810 - Internship in English
   •  ENG 4900 - Independent Study
   •  ENG 4930 - Honors Thesis

Environmental Studies

Other relevant courses may be found under Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Geography, Global Studies, History, and Political Science.

   •  ENV 1210 - Environmental Harm and Mitigation Strategies
   •  ENV 2910 - Independent Study
   •  ENV 3080 - Globalization and the Environment
   •  ENV 3810 - Internship in Environmental Studies
   •  ENV 4910 - Independent Study

English Second Language

   •  ESL 3010 - Teaching English as a Second Language in a Cross Cultural Context

Foreign Language and Literature

Other relevant courses may be found under French and Spanish. 

   •  FLL 0020 - Foreign Language Teaching Methods
   •  FLL 1110 - Film and Lit: Hispanic, French and Italian
   •  FLL 3810 - Internship in Foreign Language
   •  FLL 3820 - Foreign Language Study Abroad
   •  FLL 3830 - Foreign Culture Study Abroad
   •  FLL 3910 - Independent Foreign Study

French

   •  FRE 1010 - French Pronunciation
   •  FRE 1111 - French I
   •  FRE 1112 - French II
   •  FRE 2011 - French III
   •  FRE 2012 - French IV
   •  FRE 2030 - Intermediate French: Introduction to Contemporary Literature
   •  FRE 2040 - Intermediate French: Introduction to French Culture

Geography

 Other relevant courses may be found under Economics, Environmental Studies, Geology, Global Studies, History, and Political Science.

   •  GEO 1060 - Fundamentals of Geography
   •  GEO 2020 - World Regional Geography
   •  GEO 2040 - Web-Based Mapping and GIS
   •  GEO 2150 - Cultural Geography
   •  GEO 2210 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
   •  GEO 2220 - Weather and Climate
   •  GEO 2910 - Independent Study
   •  GEO 3040 - Landscapes of Death
   •  GEO 3060 - Baseball and Culture
   •  GEO 3080 - Globalization and the Environment
   •  GEO 3910 - Independent Study
   •  GEO 4720 - Field Experience
   •  GEO 4910 - Independent Study

Geology

Other relevant courses may found under Chemistry, Geography, Physics, and Science.

   •  GEY 1010 - Explorations in Geology
   •  GEY 1030 - Dynamic Earth
   •  GEY 1040 - Environmental Geology
   •  GEY 1050 - The Earth through Time
   •  GEY 2010 - Mineralogy
   •  GEY 2020 - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
   •  GEY 2030 - Field Mapping
   •  GEY 2110 - Energy and Environment
   •  GEY 2510 - Geology Laboratory Teaching Assistant
   •  GEY 2810 - Internship in Geology
 

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