Dec 12, 2019  
2017-2018 University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

English

Courses are designated as ENGL in the class schedule. For world literature in English translation, see courses under Comparative Literature (CPLT)

   •  ENGL 341 - Children’s Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 345T - Trends and Movements in English Studies and Comparative Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 355T - Images of Women in Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 356 - Queer Literature and Theory (3)
   •  ENGL 360 - Technical Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 363 - Scientific Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 365 - Legal Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 367 - Introduction to Law and Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 370 - Horror Fiction (3)
   •  ENGL 371 - Fantasy Fiction (3)
   •  ENGL 372 - Crime Fiction (3)
   •  ENGL 373 - Science Fiction (3)
   •  ENGL 374 - The Gothic Novel (3)
   •  ENGL 375 - Literature in the Age of Film (3)
   •  ENGL 381 - African Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 388 - Reading Food in Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 389 - Literature About the War in Vietnam (3)
   •  ENGL 401 - Composing Identities: The Reflective Writing Teacher (3)
   •  ENGL 402 - Theories of Response to Written Composition (2)
   •  ENGL 402S - Tutor Supervision (1)
   •  ENGL 404T - Advanced Creative Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 410 - Language and Power in African American Culture (3)
   •  ENGL 416 - Studies in Shakespeare (3)
   •  ENGL 423 - Early American Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 429 - American Landscape in Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 434 - Young Adult Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 442 - Changing Words: History, Semantics, and Translation (3)
   •  ENGL 450 - Medieval Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 451 - Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (3)
   •  ENGL 452 - Elizabethan Poetry and Prose (3)
   •  ENGL 453 - 17th-Century Poetry and Prose (3)
   •  ENGL 455 - Restoration and 18th-Century Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 456 - The British Novel through Jane Austen (3)
   •  ENGL 457 - The Romantic Movement in English Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 458 - Victorian Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 459 - The 19th-Century British Novel (3)
   •  ENGL 460 - 19th-Century American Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 462 - Modern British and American Fiction (3)
   •  ENGL 463 - Contemporary Fiction in English (3)
   •  ENGL 464 - Modern British and American Drama (3)
   •  ENGL 465 - Contemporary Drama in English (3)
   •  ENGL 466 - Modern British and American Poetry (3)
   •  ENGL 467 - Contemporary Poetry in English (3)
   •  ENGL 492 - Modern Critical Theory (3)
   •  ENGL 495T - Senior Seminar (3)
   •  ENGL 498 - English Internship (1-3)
   •  ENGL 499 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  ENGL 500 - Introduction to Graduate Studies in English (3)
   •  ENGL 509T - Creative Writing Workshop (3)
   •  ENGL 510 - Rhetorical Criticism and Discourse Analysis (3)
   •  ENGL 515 - Professional Editing and Journal Production (3)
   •  ENGL 525T - Proseminar in Literature, Rhetoric, or Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 571T - Graduate Seminar: Major Writers (3)
   •  ENGL 572T - Graduate Seminar: Literary Genres (3)
   •  ENGL 573T - Graduate Seminar: Cultural Periods (3)
   •  ENGL 574T - Graduate Seminar: Special Problems in Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 575T - Graduate Seminar: Topics in Teaching (3)
   •  ENGL 579T - Graduate Seminar: Problems in Criticism (3)
   •  ENGL 590 - Writing Theory and Practice for Teaching Associates (3)
   •  ENGL 590S - Teaching Associate Supervision (1)
   •  ENGL 591T - Seminar: Topics in Rhetoric and Composition (3)
   •  ENGL 595 - M.A. Project Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

English Education

Courses are designated as ENED in catalog.

   •  ENED 442 - Teaching English in the Secondary School (3)
   •  ENED 449E - First Semester Student Teaching (3)
   •  ENED 449I - Second Semester Student Teaching (10)
   •  ENED 449S - Seminar in Secondary Teaching (3)

Environmental Studies

Courses are designated as ENST in the class schedule

   •  ENST 500 - Environmental Issues and Approaches (3)
   •  ENST 510 - Environmental Evaluation and Protection (3)
   •  ENST 520 - Environmental Research and Analysis (3)
   •  ENST 530 - Environmental Statistics (3)
   •  ENST 540 - Profesional Practice in Environmental Studies (3)
   •  ENST 595T - Selected Topics in Environmental Problems (3)
   •  ENST 596 - Internship in Environmental Studies (3)
   •  ENST 597 - Project (3)
   •  ENST 598 - Thesis (3)
   •  ENST 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

European Studies

Courses are designated as EUST in the class schedule.

   •  EUST 315 - A European Tour (3)
   •  EUST 399 - Directed Study (1-3)
   •  EUST 490 - European Studies Senior Colloquium (1-3)
   •  EUST 495 - European Studies Internship (3)
   •  EUST 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

Finance

Courses are designated as FIN in the class schedule.

   •  FIN 310 - Personal Financial Management (3)
   •  FIN 320 - Financial Management I (3)
   •  FIN 321 - Financial Management II (3)
   •  FIN 331 - Working Capital Management and Computer Applications (3)
   •  FIN 335 - Financial Analysis for Investors and Lenders (3)
   •  FIN 340 - Introduction to Investments (3)
   •  FIN 342 - Capital and Money Markets (3)
   •  FIN 351 - Introduction to Real Estate (3)
   •  FIN 352 - Real Estate Finance (3)
   •  FIN 353 - Real Estate Valuation (3)
   •  FIN 355 - Real Estate Investment Analysis (3)
   •  FIN 360 - Principles of Insurance (3)
   •  FIN 361 - Insurance Company Operations (3)
   •  FIN 370 - International Business Finance (3)
   •  FIN 371 - Export-Import Financing (3)
   •  FIN 373 - Asia-Pacific Financial and Security Markets (3)
   •  FIN 375 - Global Risk Management and International Finance (3)
   •  FIN 410 - Theory and Practice of Personal Financial Planning (3)
 

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