Associate Professor Emerita. A student may repeat the course once when topics are different. The course includes an introduction to research methods and documentation. Engl 5890 Teaching College Writing: 3 semester hours This course provides the opportunity for practical application of composition theory with an emphasis on improving teaching skills. It offers students opportunities to write documents to promote their academic, professional, or personal goals or those of their organization(s). Any English course may be taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis except the following: engl 1100 First-Year Writing First-Year Writing for International Students Writing about Literature Junior-Level Writing Junior-Level Writing for International Students Business Writing Technical Writing Writing in the Sciences 3 Degree Requirements Bachelor of Arts. Engl 4640 American Fiction to World War I: 3 semester hours Development of the novel and short story in America. This course surveys World Literature from 1650 to the present.
All undergraduate english majors must meet the university and college general education requirements.
English courses may be used to meet the university s humanities requirement, except for the following.
No matter what type of writing that you do, whether you are writing an essay in a nursing class or an essay for a literature class, it has a main topic.
Engl 3120 Business Writing: 3 semester hours Prerequisites: engl 1100 or equivalent (3-6 hours) and junior standing. Engl 3330 Reformers, Revolutionaries, and Romantics in the British Romantic Era: 3 semester hours Prerequisites: engl 1100 or equivalent. D, Washington University David Rota Teaching Professor Emeritus. The course examines the historical development of the female gothic, a genre which employs narrative strategies for expressing fears and desires associated with female experience. The course will include literary works from diverse traditions from throughout the world. This course introduces the use of literary theory in reading and writing about literary texts. They must complete the following course work: 15 hours of workshops, three hours of literary journal editing ( engl 5190 3 hours of either engl 5170 or engl 5180 depending on specialization (fiction writers take engl 5170 and poets take engl 5180 3 hours thesis ( engl 6010 ). Students who have graduated before completing the Professional Writing Certificate will receive the certificate in the mail and will have the certificate entered on their official transcripts. Develop a portfolio of professional writing that would serve in a job search Work independently and collaboratively on complex professional documents Adapt to new writing challenges quickly Creative Writing Certificate Students will be able to: Identify and execute particular techniques of the genre, such.