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Graduate Courses in English

ENGL 510   Major Writers
Frequency: B
Study in-depth of one writer or up to three writers related on the basis of a unifying principle.
Credits: 3

ENGL 512   Historical Perspectives in Literature
Frequency: B
Study of the development of important movements or concepts in literature.
Credits: 3

ENGL 514   Comparative Approaches to Literature
Frequency: B
Study of literary works from different time periods, nations, or cultures.
Credits: 3

ENGL 516   Criticism and Theory I
Frequency: C
Part one of the historical study of critical and theoretical approaches to literature and the teaching of literature, with concentration on authors pre 1900.
Credits: 3

ENGL 518   Criticism and Theory II
Frequency: C
Part two of the historical study of critical and theoretical approaches to literature and the teaching of literature, with concentration on authors post 1900.
Credits: 3

ENGL 520   Graduate Seminar in Literature and Culture
Frequency: C
A variable-content course, interdisciplinary in nature, featuring a contemporary topic central to the discipline.
Credits: 3

ENGL 554   Teaching Writing in the Secondary School
Frequency: C
Study of and practice in approaches to teaching writing, with emphasis on whole language instruction. Survey of recent research in written composition and its applications in the secondary classroom.
Credits: 3

ENGL 580   Studies in Literature
Frequency: A
Study in literature or language in conjunction with a cross-listed undergraduate 400 level course. Graduate students are required to do graduate-level work beyond the course requirements for undergraduate students.
Credits: 3

ENGL 590   Special Topics
Frequency: D
A variable-content course on topics announced in the Course Offerings Bulletin each semester.
Credits: 1-6

ENGL 601   Portfolio Completion
Frequency: A
Required for all M.A. and M.S. in Ed. candidates. Gives recognition and validation for the thoughtful completion of all parts of the required reflexive portfolio.
Credits: 0

ENGL 605   Independent Study
Frequency: A
Independent study of a defined topic under the supervision of an instructor. No more than 6 hours of this course may be applied to degree requirements.
Credits: 3

ENGL 665   Studies in English Education
Frequency: C
Study of components of English with emphasis on the relationships between linguistics, criticism, composition, media, and learning theories. Focus is on the implications of these relationships for teaching English.
Credits: 3

ENGL 690   Thesis Research I
Frequency: A
Directed research culminating in a thesis. ENGL 690 and ENGL 691 must be taken sequentially in separate semesters.
Credits: 3

ENGL 691   Thesis Research II
Frequency: A
Directed research culminating in a thesis. ENGL 690 and ENGL 691 must be taken sequentially in separate semesters.
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 690
Credits: 3

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