English, Theatre & Foreign Languages
English, Theatre & Foreign Languages

Upper Level English Course Schedule

Projected schedule of future upper-level English course offerings. For planning purposes only; the schedule is subject to revision, and you should consult your advisor and BraveWeb to confirm each semester's offerings.

*Denotes evening class.

Fall 2014 Spring 2015
EED 3890 Teaching of Writing and Speech
ENG 3040 Principles of Literary Study 
ENG 3130 The American Renaissance 
ENG 3150 British Romantic Literature 
*ENG 3460 Aspects of the English Language
ENG 3560 Modernist Fiction
ENG 3710 English Grammar
ENG 4570 Shakespeare
*ENG 4850 Cultural Issues of ESL
ENGS 4xxx Native American Literature: Motion, Meaning, Identity
EED 3840 Literature/Reading for Adolescents
EED 4490 Internship in Schools
*EED 4750 Professional Seminar
ENG 3040 Principles of Literary Study 
*ENG 3040 Principles of Literary Study 
ENG 3120 Early Modern British Literature
ENG 3460 Aspects of the English Language
ENG 3660 Modernist Poetry 
*ENG 3710 English Grammar
ENG 4020 Literary Criticism
*TESL 4890 Applied Pedagogy of ESL
ENGS 4xxx Fanny Fern and Louisa May Alcott
Fall 2015 Spring 2016
EED 3890 Teaching of Writing and Speech
ENG 3040 Principles of Literary Study 
ENG 3140 American Literature in Transition
ENG 3160 Victorian Literature
ENG 3430 The American Novel
*ENG 3460 Aspects of the English Language
ENG 3710 English Grammar
ENG 4570 Shakespeare
*ENG 4810 Phonetics and Phonology
ENGS 4xxx Chaucer
EED 3840 Literature/Reading for Adolescents
EED 4490 Internship in Schools
*EED 4750 Professional Seminar
ENG 3040 Principles of Literary Study 
*ENG 3040 Principles of Literary Study 
ENG 3100 The Harlem Renaissance 
ENG 3170 Post-Colonial Literature
ENG 3250 Language in Society
ENG 3460 Aspects of the English Language
ENG 3540 Modern Drama 
*ENG 3710 English Grammar
*ENG 4830 Second Language Acquisition 
ENGS 4xxx Citizens/Readers