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200 Level Courses

ENG 203 Literature: The Short Story

Study and discussion of the themes and techniques of the short story.

  • Hours: 3
  • Fee: Yes
  • Offered: Winter 15
  • Prerequisite: ENG 108

ENG 205 Children’s Literature

Interpretive and critical study of literature for children and adolescents. Historical and categorical survey of children’s books, stressing significance in classroom and home.

  • Hours: 3
  • Fee: Yes
  • Offered: Fall 13, Winter 14, Fall 14, Winter 15
  • Prerequisite: ENG 108

ENG 206 Introduction to Poetry

Introduction to the skills required to read poetry, and to a variety of poets and poetic forms.

 

  • Hours: 3
  • Fee: Yes
  • Offered: Summer 13, Summer 15
  • Prerequisite: ENG 108

ENG 207 Introduction to Media Studies

Exploration and critical analysis of the nature and effects of mass media as a cultural phenomenon that has revolutionized our world. The course will focus on the key technological developments that have changed the way we communicate and understand our world from the telegraph to the Internet.

  • Fee: Yes
  • Offered: Fall 10, Fall 11, Fall 12
  • Prerequisite: ENG 108

ENG 209 Fundamentals of Speech

This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic communication skills in public speaking, and to improve his or her ability to communicate effectively.

  • Hours: 3
  • Fee: Yes

ENG 222 Introduction to African-American Literature

Study and discussion of works by important writers of the African-American literary tradition. Interrelation of cultural, social, and historical influences.

  • Hours: 3
  • Offered: Fall
  • Prerequisite: Must have completed any LS requirement

ENG 241 History of the Drama

Study of major playwrights of the western world; emphasis on human self-expression through drama.

  • Hours: 3
  • Offered: Fall
  • Prerequisite: One literature course

ENG 260 Approaches to Literary Studies

Introduction to the discipline of literary study for students majoring and minoring in English and language arts. The course emphasizes writing about literature and critical strategies and information resources. This is a writing intensive course.

  • Hours: 3
  • Fee: Yes
  • Offered: Fall, Winter
  • Prerequisite: ENG 108, ENG 160

ENG 264 Introduction to Creative Writing

Introduction to the principles and practices of writing poetry and fiction. Students will develop their skills as writers of imaginative literature by becoming conscious of craft, becoming effective critics of each other’s works, and improving their abilities to judge quality writing.

  • Hours: 3
  • Offered: Winter
  • Prerequisite: ENG 108

ENG 290 Introduction to Film

History and highlights of the film as an art form. Interrelation of social, historical, and aesthetic forms.

  • Hours: 3
  • Fee: Yes

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