Note that posted course offerings are subject to change based on enrollment, instructor availability, and program development.
|2016, Fall||ENG 5300: Theories and Methods of Literary Research||Wed.||
Roger A. Ladd
|ENG 5850: Cultural Issues of ESL||Mon.||Eun Hee Jeon|
|ENGS 5640: The Victorian Age||
|2017, Spring||EED 5520: The Teaching of Literature||Denise Feikema|
|TESL 5890: Applied Pedagogy of Teaching ESL||Eun Hee Jeon|
|ENG 5050: Native American Literatures||hybrid||Jesse Peters|
|2017, Summer I & II||ENG 5440 & ENG 5450: National Writing Project||Cyndi Miecznikowski|
|2017, Fall||EED 5510: The Teaching of Writing||Monika Brown|
|ENG 5810: Phonetics and Phonology||TBA|
|ENGS 57xx: Postcolonial Literature||hybrid||Youngsuk Chae|
|As needed||EED 5810: Internship in English Education||Roger A. Ladd|
ESL graduate courses will be offered on the following rotation: ENG 5810, fall odd years; ENG 5830, spring even years; ENG 5850,
Seminars (indicated with the ENGS prefix) are limited to fifteen students. Professors may grant permission for additional students.
Thesis Courses (ENG 6010, ENG 6020, ENG 6030) are scheduled on demand, and will not be listed on this schedule.
Core Courses are offered on the following rotation: EED 5520, spring odd years; EED 5510, fall odd years; ENG 5000, spring even years, ENG 5300, fall even years. Courses offered by the School of Education are offered most semesters, and may be available online; see Braveweb for details.
Education courses are scheduled by the Department of Professional Pedagogy and Research; see this rotation for the usual schedule, and Braveweb for specific details.