Graduate Course Descriptions | Department of English

Graduate Course Descriptions

Courses

    English

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    • ENGL 5000 - Old English
    • ENGL 5010 - Beowulf
    • ENGL 5020 - Chaucer: Major Works
    • ENGL 5030 - Studies in Medieval Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5100 - Studies in British Literature and Culture of the Romantic Period
    • ENGL 5140 - Form and Theory: Poetry
    • ENGL 5145 - Form and Theory: Prose
    • ENGL 5162 - Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction
    • ENGL 5200 - Studies in British Literature and Culture of the Victorian Period
    • ENGL 5250 - Studies in British Literature and Culture of the Eighteenth Century
    • ENGL 5260 - Studies in Nineteenth-Century British Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5310 - Studies in Rhetorical Theory
    • ENGL 5320 - Studies in Composition Theory
    • ENGL 5400 - Studies in Shakespeare
    • ENGL 5410 - Studies in the British Renaissance
    • ENGL 5420 - Creative Writing: Poetry
    • ENGL 5490 - Studies in the Twentieth-Century British Novel
    • ENGL 5500 - Studies in American Literature and Culture from the Beginning to 1800
    • ENGL 5510 - Studies in American Literature and Culture, 1800 to 1865
    • ENGL 5515 - Studies in the American Renaissance
    • ENGL 5520 - Studies in American Literature and Culture, 1865 to 1914
    • ENGL 5525 - Studies in American Realism
    • ENGL 5530 - Studies in American Literature and Culture, 1914 to the Present
    • ENGL 5540 - Studies in Twentieth-Century British or Irish Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5550 - Studies in the Teaching of Composition
    • ENGL 5560 - Studies in the Teaching of Literature
    • ENGL 5570 - Studies in the Teaching of the English Language
    • ENGL 5600 - Studies in European Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5605 - Studies in the Literature and Culture of the Colonial Americas
    • ENGL 5610 - Studies in Early African-American Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5620 - Studies in Contemporary African-American Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5630 - Semiotics
    • ENGL 5635 - Mexican-American Literature and Theory Before 1954
    • ENGL 5640 - Mexican-American Literature and Theory After 1954
    • ENGL 5650 - United States Ethnic Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5680 - Studies in Global Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5700 - Classical Background of English and American Literature and Culture
    • ENGL 5710 - Studies in Folklore
    • ENGL 5720 - Literature and Science
    • ENGL 5730 - Literature and the Environment
    • ENGL 5750 - Methods of Historical Research
    • ENGL 5760 - Scholarly and Critical Writing
    • ENGL 5770 - Literary Publishing, Editing and Writing for Publication
    • ENGL 5800 - Studies in Literary Genres
    • ENGL 5810 - Survey of Critical Theory
    • ENGL 5820 - Creative Writing: Prose Fiction
    • ENGL 5825 - Screenwriting
    • ENGL 5890 - Studies in the American Novel, 1914 to the Present
    • ENGL 5900 - Special Problems
    • ENGL 5910 - Special Problems
    • ENGL 5920 - Research Problems in Lieu of Thesis
    • ENGL 5930 - Research Problems in Lieu of Thesis
    • ENGL 5950 - Master's Thesis
    • ENGL 5960 - English Institute
    • ENGL 5970 - English Institute
    • ENGL 6020 - Seminar in Old and Middle English Language or Literature
    • ENGL 6200 - Seminar in British Literature and Culture, 1500-1660
    • ENGL 6250 - Seminar in British Literature and Culture, 1660-1780
    • ENGL 6410 - Seminar in British Literature and Culture, 1780 to the Present
    • ENGL 6500 - Seminar in American Literature and Culture to 1865
    • ENGL 6530 - Seminar in American Literature and Culture, 1865 to the Present
    • ENGL 6540 - American Women Writers
    • ENGL 6590 - Seminar in the Novel
    • ENGL 6810 - Topics in Critical Theory
    • ENGL 6820 - Topics in Cultural Studies
    • ENGL 6900 - Special Problems
    • ENGL 6910 - Special Problems
    • ENGL 6941 - Directed Research
    • ENGL 6942 - Directed Research
    • ENGL 6944 - Directed Research
    • ENGL 6950 - Doctoral Dissertation

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