2010-2011 Catalog 
    
    Nov 19, 2019  
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  ECON 4520 - Economic Freedom
   •  ECON 4530 - Power and Prosperity
   •  ECON 4610 - Labor Economics
   •  ECON 4810 - Introduction to Econometrics
   •  ECON 5010 - Economics for Educators
   •  ECON 6030 - Methods for Teaching Elementary Economics
   •  ECON 6040 - Methods for Teaching Economics
   •  ECON 6310 - Teaching Economics
   •  ECON 9400 - Independent Study in Economics
   •  ECON 9410 - Independent Study in Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 9500 - Independent Study in Economics
   •  ENGL 99 - Components of Writing
   •  ENGL 1310 - Rhetoric and Writing I: Academic Reading and Analytical Writing
   •  ENGL 1410 - Rhetoric and Writing II: Argument and Research
   •  ENGL 1450 - Independent Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 1500 - Introduction to Literature for Non-Majors
   •  ENGL 1800 - Fundamentals of Creative Writing: Multiple Genres
   •  ENGL 1900 - Introduction to Literary Studies (For English Majors Only)
   •  ENGL 2000 - Introduction to English Studies
   •  ENGL 2010 - Introduction to Literary Studies (For English Majors Only)
   •  ENGL 2030 - Introduction to Creative Writing - Poetry
   •  ENGL 2040 - Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Prose
   •  ENGL 2050 - Introduction to Creative Writing - Fiction
   •  ENGL 2080 - Business and Administrative Writing
   •  ENGL 2090 - Technical Writing and Presentation
   •  ENGL 2360 - Introduction to American Literature I
   •  ENGL 2370 - Introduction to American Literature II
   •  ENGL 2510 - British Literature Before 1600
   •  ENGL 2520 - 17th and 18th Century British Literature
   •  ENGL 2530 - Nineteenth-Century British Literature
   •  ENGL 2540 - British Literature After 1900
   •  ENGL 2600 - Literature: The Global Perspective I
   •  ENGL 2610 - Literature: The Global Perspective II
   •  ENGL 2800 - Film and Fiction
   •  ENGL 2810 - Introduction to Professional and Technical Communication
   •  ENGL 2900 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENGL 2910 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENGL 3000 - Literary Criticism in Theory and Practice
   •  ENGL 3010 - Advanced Rhetoric and Writing
   •  ENGL 3020 - Intermediate Rhetoric and Writing
   •  ENGL 3030 - Intermediate Creative Writing - Poetry
   •  ENGL 3040 - Intermediate Creative Non-Fiction
   •  ENGL 3050 - Intermediate Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ENGL 3060 - Special Topics in Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 3070 - Business and Administrative Writing
   •  ENGL 3080 - Advanced Business and Technical Writing
   •  ENGL 3090 - Technical Writing and Presentation
   •  ENGL 3110 - Advanced Grammar
   •  ENGL 3120 - Technical Editing and Style
   •  ENGL 3130 - Web and Print Document Design
   •  ENGL 3140 - Managing Writing Projects in Business and Industry
   •  ENGL 3150 - Professional Writing Internship
   •  ENGL 3160 - Tools for Technical Writers
   •  ENGL 3200 - Women Writers and Women’s Experience
   •  ENGL 3320 - Born in the USA: Masterpieces of American Literature
   •  ENGL 3330 - Early American Literature Through Romanticism
   •  ENGL 3340 - American Sentimentality Through the Literatures of Abolition
   •  ENGL 3350 - American Romanticism Through Realism
   •  ENGL 3360 - American Realism Through Modernism
   •  ENGL 3370 - American Modernism Through Contemporary Literature
   •  ENGL 3380 - Survey of American Literature I
   •  ENGL 3390 - Survey of American Literature II
   •  ENGL 3410 - Poetry for the People
   •  ENGL 3460 - Race, Writing & Difference in the Contemporary American Novel
   •  ENGL 3530 - Early Modern British Literature
   •  ENGL 3550 - Native American Literature
   •  ENGL 3600 - African American Literature
   •  ENGL 3650 - Studies in Gender and Sexuality
   •  ENGL 3750 - Grant and Proposal Writing
   •  ENGL 3810 - Writing Across the Curriculum: Tutoring Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines
   •  ENGL 3850 - Advanced Topics in Professional Writing
   •  ENGL 3900 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENGL 3910 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENGL 3950 - Chaucer
   •  ENGL 3970 - Shakespeare I
   •  ENGL 3980 - Shakespeare II
   •  ENGL 4100 - Advanced Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 4200 - The Eighteenth-Century British Novel: Defoe to Austen
   •  ENGL 4210 - The Nineteenth-Century British Novel
   •  ENGL 4230 - Development of the American Novel I
   •  ENGL 4240 - Development of the American Novel II
   •  ENGL 4250 - Contemporary Novel
   •  ENGL 4300 - Studies in American Literature and Culture
   •  ENGL 4400 - Genre Studies
   •  ENGL 4500 - Studies in Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Literature
   •  ENGL 4700 - Seminar in Literary Theory
   •  ENGL 4800 - Peer Tutoring: Writing Across the Curriculum
   •  ENGL 4810 - Special Topics in the Teaching of Writing:
   •  ENGL 4820 - Classical Rhetoric
   •  ENGL 4830 - Rhetoric and Writing: Survey in Contemporary Approaches to Teaching Writing
   •  ENGL 4840 - Practicum for Writing Instructors
   •  ENGL 4850 - History of the English Language
   •  ENGL 4860 - Special Topics in Rhetoric and Writing:
   •  ENGL 4950 - Seminar in Literary Topics
   •  ENGL 4980 - Seminar in Major Authors
   •  ENGL 5200 - The Eighteenth-Century British Novel: Defoe to Austen
   •  ENGL 5210 - The Nineteenth-Century British Novel
   •  ENGL 5230 - Development of the American Novel I
   •  ENGL 5240 - Development of the American Novel II
   •  ENGL 5250 - Contemporary Novel
 

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