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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:

ENG 0102 | ENG 1110 | ENG 1220 | ENG 2201 | ENG 2215 | ENG 2221 | ENG 2223 | ENG 2225 | ENG 2234 | ENG 2248 | ENG 2251 | ENG 2252 | ENG 2253 | ENG 3000 | ENG 3002 | ENG 3003 | ENG 3150 | ENG 3180 | ENG 3205 | ENG 3208 | ENG 3301 | ENG 3310 | ENG 3311 | ENG 3316 | ENG 3317 | ENG 3318 | ENG 3325 | ENG 3334 | ENG 3340 | ENG 3346 | ENG 3347 | ENG 3348 | ENG 3351 | ENG 3380 | ENG 3381 | ENG 3382 | ENG 3383 | ENG 3430 | ENG 3442 | ENG 3530 | ENG 3550 | ENG 3630 | ENG 3710 | ENG 3715 | ENG 3730 | ENG 3830 | ENG 3840 | ENG 4152 | ENG 4162 | ENG 4316 | ENG 4317 | ENG 4318 | ENG 4440 | ENG 4442 | ENG 4445 | ENG 4449 | ENG 4450 | ENG 4452 | ENG 4455 | ENG 4458 | ENG 4601 | ENG 4685 | ENG 4822 | ENG 4823 | ENG 4824 | ENG 4825 | ENG 4899 | ENG 4900 | ENG 4930 | ENG 4940 | ENG 4941 | ENG 4950 | ENG 4953 | ENG 4954 | ENG 4970 | VIEW ALL
ENG 0102: Writing Tutorial (2) Offerings
Prerequisite: Score of two to three in Writing Placement. Supports work done in ENG 2201 through a series of conferences with the instructor. Students must be enrolled in the designated section of ENG 2201 to take this course but not in any other section. Credits for this course do not apply toward graduation.
ENG 1110: Literature and Faith (5) Offerings
Examines the treatment of belief and disbelief in literature shaped by various Christian traditions and by a variety of social and literary contexts. Instructor may choose to focus on American, British, or contemporary literature.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, WK Humanities
ENG 1220: Film and Faith (5) Offerings
Explores the issue of faith through the medium of film. Examines how belief and disbelief are expressed in culture through this dominant form of contemporary storytelling.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, WK Humanities
ENG 2201: College Writing (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: Score of two, three or four in Writing Placement. Improves upon elementary college-writing skills through readings, discussion, and the assignment of writing tasks typically found in college coursework. Tutorial sessions in the Writing Center may be required.
Attributes:Writing Skills Competency
ENG 2215: Imaginative Writing (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of five to six in Writing Placement. Fosters the vision and skills necessary for effective creative writing.
Attributes:Writing Skills Competency
ENG 2221: Good Poems (5) Offerings
Explores poetry of all kinds as a means of expressing what it means to be human including especially the capacity for love.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, WK Humanities
ENG 2223: Fantasy and Science Fiction (5) Offerings
Explores how the literary genres of fantasy and/or science fiction re-conceive the concerns of the present using imaginary worlds of space and time. Themes may include nature, technology, war, utopia/dystopia, and the conflicts of moral duty.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, WK Humanities
ENG 2225: Literary Interpretation (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of five to six in Writing Placement. Prepares students for majoring in English with university-level practice in literary interpretive strategies, including close attention to craft as well as writing and academic research. Recommended especially for freshmen and sophomore students.
Attributes:Writing "W" Course
ENG 2234: Literature by Women (5) Offerings
A study of poems, stories, plays, and essays written in English by women. The course will include classic as well as rediscovered women writers, and will examine the significant themes, the literary forms, and the social contexts of literature written by women.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, WK Humanities
ENG 2248: International Fiction (5) Offerings
Explores recent fiction from around the world, featuring international authors who write in English such as Salman Rushdie, J.M. Coetzee, Ishiguro, Desai, or Dangarembga.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, WK Humanities
ENG 2251: Eng Lit:Beginning Thru Milton (5) Offerings
Surveys the first three periods of English literary history: Old English, including the eighth-century Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf; Middle English, including Chaucer's Canterbury Tales; and English Renaissance, concluding with Milton's 17th-century Paradise Lost.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B Restrictions:English, English-Int, Integrated Studies, Integrated Studies - Int Majors only.
ENG 2252: Eng Lit: Restoration-Victorian (5) Offerings
Continues the survey of English literary history, from the Enlightenment through to the end of Victoria's reign. Authors include satirists such as Swift and Wilde, poets such as Pope and Wordsworth, novelists such as Austen and Dickens.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B Restrictions:English, English-Int, Integrated Studies, Integrated Studies - Int Majors only.
ENG 2253: Amer Lit:Beginnings to 1900 (5) Offerings
Surveys major authors, themes, genres, and movements in American literature from the colonial era to the modern period, including intellectual and social contexts.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B Restrictions:English, English-Int, Integrated Studies, Integrated Studies - Int Majors only.
ENG 3000: Study Abroad Orientation (1-3) Offerings
Orients students to the academic work and cultural landscape of the ensuing study abroad program. Addresses issues of cultural diversity and interpersonal behavior as well as practical matters such as finances, travel safety, and other appropriate topics. May be repeated for credit up to 12 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division
ENG 3002: Literature and Leadership (5) Offerings
Prerequistite: ENG 2201 or score of 5 to 6 in English Placement and UCOR 1000. Students will examine complex ethical issues represented in literary texts about business and leadership, practice ethical reasoning in discussing plot and character, and articulate the ways that Christian values and beliefs might affect decisions.
Attributes:Ways of Engaging, Writing "W" Course
ENG 3003: Literature and Medicine (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of 5 to 6 in English Placement, and UCOR 1000. A consideration of the role of the health care provider from a literary perspective. By reading, discussing, and writing about stories, novels, movies, and plays representing illness, suffering, and medical care, aspiring doctors and nurses will learn how to interact with patients with compassion, empathy, and humanity.
Attributes:Ways of Engaging, Writing "W" Course
ENG 3150: The Sentence (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Treats the craft of writing sentences with clarity and grace. Less interested in grammar for its own sake, the course shows students how to deploy grammatical strategies for desired effect in writing. Shows students how to write with substance through style.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course
ENG 3180: Advanced Grammar (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of five to six in Writing Placement. This basic grammar course brings insights from both traditional and generative-transformational approaches to explain how language works. The course also introduces students to parts of speech, phrases, and clauses, as well as to grammatical and mechanical rules for generating standard American English.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3205: Issues&Practices:Wrkplace Wrtg (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of five to six in Writing Placement. Develops abilities associated with writing tasks in the professions, including reports, correspondence, proposals, and procedure manuals. Emphasizes role of persuasion in routine and special writing tasks. Also addresses visual design in the preparation of documents and the impact of digital technologies on writing in the professional workplace.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Ways of Engaging, Writing "W" Course, Writing Skills Competency
ENG 3208: Professional & Bus Writing-M (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: Writing course or score of 5-6 on English Placement Test. Reviews basic written-commmunication skills and strategies before moving on to practice in fundamentals of professional communication: professional correspondence, business reports, proposals, oral presentations. Emphasis is placed on persuasion, ethics and the impact of digital technologies on business communication. May not be taken for credit if ENG 3207 Business Writing has previously been taken. Offered only by Media.
Attributes:Media, Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course
ENG 3301: Advanced Expository Writing (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of five to six in Writing Placement. Moves students beyond the academic essay and shows them techniques for addressing an audience beyond the academy. Focuses on the exploratory, open-ended essay as a lens for examining topics chosen by students in consultation with the instructor.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course, Writing Skills Competency
ENG 3310: Elements of Prosody (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225. For English majors and others interested in exploring in greater depth the workings of poetry, with particular attention paid to the relationship between the elements that make up the poem (rhythm, structure, sound qualities, the "music" of the poem) and where those elements take us.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3311: Elements of Narrative (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225. For English majors and others interested in exploring in greater depth the field of narrative studies, with particular attention paid to the relationship between the elements of storytelling, character, plot, time, setting, closure, etc., and their larger philosophical implications.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3316: Workshop in Writing Poetry (3) Offerings
Refines skills and techniques necessary for the writing of formal styles of poetry (the sonnet, the sestina, etc.). Students examine the work of professional poets from the perspective of apprentices to the craft.
Attributes:Upper-Division
ENG 3317: Workshop in Writing Fiction (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2215 or permission of instructor. Refines skills and techniques necessary for the effective writing of short fiction. Students analyze the work of professional fiction writers from the perspective of apprentices to the craft.
Attributes:Upper-Division
ENG 3318: Creative Nonfiction (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of 5-6 in Writing Placement. Examines the literary essay, emphasizing contemporary authors such as Diane Ackerman, Annie Dillard, and Barry Lopez; "schools" such as the new journalists and the environmental essayists; and publications such as The New Yorker and The Atlantic. Special attention will be paid to students' development as writers of nonfiction.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course, Writing Skills Competency Restrictions:English, Integrated Studies Majors only.
ENG 3325: Film and Story (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing Placement. Examines the elements of film storytelling in the context of literary studies, including theme, character, genre, plot, setting, and point-of-view. Pays close attention to the technology and craft of film-making as a means of exploring film's unique aesthetic power.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3334: American Ethnic Literature (5) Offerings
Traces the expression in novels, plays, poems, and essays of the minority groups who have been a part of the American people throughout history.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, Upper-Division, WK Humanities
ENG 3340: European Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or score of 5 or 6 in Writing placement. Explores the great literary works of Europe in both contemporary and historical contexts, including those written in English and in translation.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course
ENG 3346: English Renaissance Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Considers the Golden Age of Elizabeth I and the revolutionary, adventurous days that followed, as seen through the works of Wyatt, Sidney, Raleigh, Shakespeare, Bacon, Milton, Donne, Herbert, and Marvell.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3347: Lit: Enlightenment&Revolution (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Studies 18th and early 19th century literature in the context of the Age of Reason and Revolution. Focuses on emerging western thought about individualism, freedom, and gender, through the works of writers such as Defoe, Swift, Sterne, and Austen.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3348: Romantic Poetry and Fiction (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Studies selected works of such British Romantic writers, including Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Keats, and the Shelleys.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3351: Victorian Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Studies selected works from the age of Queen Victoria in Britain, including such authors as Dickens, the Brontes, G. Eliot, and Wilde.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3380: African Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing Placement. Examines the work of a variety of authors from the continent of Africa in the light of colonialism and its aftermath. Focuses primarily on English-language writers such as Achebe, Coetzee, Dangarembga, Fugard, Gordimer, Adichie and Soyinka.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3381: Middle Eastern Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing Placement. Examines the work of a variety of authors from the East/Middle East, especially stories of crossing between East and West. Particular attention will be paid to the concept of hybrid identities, exile, diaspora. Authors may include Ruffo, Mernissi, Hosseini, and Pamuk, as well as Arab-American short stories.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3382: South African Lit & Theater (5) Offerings
Introduces students to the literature and culture of South Africa during study abroad tour. Examines the work or a variety of authors and playwrights. Requires original research based on viewing performances in South Africa.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, Upper-Division, Ways of Engaging
ENG 3383: Arab Spring:Writng & Resistnce (5) Offerings
Considers how literature and electronic texts create venues for political and social change in the historical region boundaried by Morocco and Spain. Explores how texts, ideas, media and people circulate and cross trans-national borders in a time of historic change.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, Upper-Division, Ways of Engaging, Writing "W" Course
ENG 3430: Topics in Early English Lit (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines early English literature through a focused and in-depth topical lens, helping students understand key literary works and ideas with greater depth and complexity. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3442: Arthurian Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines the legend of King Arthur and his knights from its ancient origins through to modern-day re-tellings in novel and film. Examines the story's long history and celebrates its malleability - from courtly love through Christian epic.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3530: Topics in British Literature (5) Offerings
Examines British literature through a focused and in-depth lens using interdisciplinary topics to help students understand literary works with sophistication and complexity. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3550: The Gothic (5) Offerings
Prerequisites: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines the idea of "gothic" from its 18th-century roots through to its continued prevalence in popular culture. Explores themes such as the emotional and intellectual purposes of horror and the grotesque, conflicts between scientific rationalism and the uncanny, as well as issues surrounding religious belief and the nature of evil.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3630: Topics in World Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisites: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines world literature through a focused and in-depth topical lens helping students understand key literary works and ideas with greater depth and complexity. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3710: 19th Century American Lit (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines major American authors, themes, and literary movements of the nineteenth century. Topics may include the American renaissance, transcendentalism, American realism, sentimentalism, regionalism, and the Civil War.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3715: 20th Century American Lit (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines major American authors, themes, and literary movements of the twentieth century. Topics may include modernism, World War I, World War II, the Harlem renaissance, the Beat generation, Southern gothic, and Postmodernism.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3730: Topics in American Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines American literature through a focused and in-depth topical lens helping students understand key literary works and ideas with greater depth and complexity. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3830: Topics in 20th Century Lit (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Examines 20th century literature through a focused and in-depth topical lens, helping students understand key literary works and ideas with greater depth and complexity. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 3840: Lewis and Tolkien (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2201 or a score of 5-6 in Writing placement. Studies the major literary works, themes, and ideas of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien in the context of their lives, faith, and friendships. Examines themes such as the use of myth to explore problems of modernity, the relationship between Christian faith and art, as well as the debates over "literary" vs. "popular" fiction.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 4152: Modernist Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisites: ENG 2252 or 2253, or permission of instructor. Studies the major authors and literary works of the early twentieth century modernist period. Authors may include T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Virginia Woolf, or James Joyce.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4162: Postmodern Literature (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2252 or 2253, or permission of instructor. Studies the emerging authors and literary works of the contemporary postmodern period. Authors and works will vary. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4316: Advanced Poetry Writing (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 3316. A writing workshop for experienced writers of poetry. Also addresses such topics as poetry magazines, small presses, agents and editors, the submission process, and current trends in publishing. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4317: Advanced Fiction Writing (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 3317. A writing workshop for experienced writers of fiction. Also addresses such topics as fiction magazines, publishing houses, agents and editors, the submission process, and current trends in publishing.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4318: Advanced Creative Nonfiction (3) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 3318. A writing workshop for experienced writers of creative nonfiction. Also addresses such topics as literary magazines, publishing houses, agents and editors, the submission process, and current trends in publishing. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4440: Geoffrey Chaucer (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2251 or permission of instructor. An in-depth study of the major works of British writer Geoffrey Chaucer, the author of "Canterbury Tales".
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4442: John Milton (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2251 or permission of instructor. An in-depth study of the major works of British writer John Milton, the author of "Paradise Lost".
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4445: Shakespeare (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2251 or permission of instructor. Considers Shakespeare's comedies, histories, tragedies, and romances while studying his art and thought in relation to the Elizabethan background.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4449: Jane Austen (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2252 or permission of instructor. An in-depth study of the major works of British novelist Jane Austen, the author of "Pride and Prejudice".
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4450: Emily Dickinson (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2253 or permission of instructor. An in-depth study of the major works of American poet Emily Dickinson.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4452: Major American Authors (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2253 or permission of instructor. An in-depth study of a major American author whose works have achieved centrality in the literary canon. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 4455: Major British Authors (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2251 or 2252, or permission of instructor. An in-depth study of a major British author whose works have achieved centrality in the literary canon. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 4458: Major World Authors (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225, or permission of instructor. An in-depth study of a major world author whose works have achieved centrality in the literary canon. (See English department website for a detailed description of this year's course specifics.)
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman students are excluded.
ENG 4601: History of English (3) Offerings
Examines Anglo Saxon, Middle, and Modern forms of English in historical development. Includes phonology, morphology, syntax, and some discussion of the relationship of each language stage to literary expression during its era. Offered alternate years.
Equivalent Courses:LIN 4601 Attributes:Upper-Division, Ways of Engaging
ENG 4685: Literary Theory (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225 or permission of instructor. Studies the major issues and schools of literary theory in terms of their historical development. The course is especially appropriate for advanced majors or those who might be considering graduate studies. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4822: The Novel (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225, or permission of instructor. Examines the novel form in its historical varieties and contexts, including a close attention to the relationship between theory, craft, and meaning.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4823: The Poem (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225, or permission of instructor. Examines the poetic form in its historical varieties and contexts, including a close attention to the relationship between theory, craft and meaning.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4824: The Short Story (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225, or permission of instructor. Examines the short story form in all its historical varieties and contexts, including a close attention to the central relationship between theory, craft and meaning.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4825: The Essay (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: ENG 2225, or permission of instructor. Examines the essay form in all its historical varieties and contexts, including a close attention to the central relationship between theory, craft and meaning.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4899: Senior Capstone in English (3) Offerings
Provides senior English majors with an opportunity to gather their thoughts on faith and literature, to explore their vocations, and to evaluate their educational experiences at SPU.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:English Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only.
ENG 4900: Independent Study (1-5) Offerings
Independent Study May be repeated for credit up to 15 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4930: English Practicum (1-5) Offerings
For advanced students who wish to assist as tutors, discussion leaders, and readers in lower-division English classes. May be repeated for credit up to 6 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4940: Coop Ed:English Internship (1-5) Offerings
Applies writing skills in varied employment settings; possibilities include public relations offices, newspapers, and other informational services. Students may suggest their own internships in consultation with the faculty supervisor as long as writing skills are used and other internship criteria are met. May be repeated for credit up to 6 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4941: Coop Ed:English Internship (1-5) Offerings
Applies writing skills in varied employment settings; possibilities include public relations offices, newspapers, and other informational services. Students may suggest their own internships in consultation with the faculty supervisor, as long as writing skills are used and other internship criteria are met. May be repeated for credit up to 6 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
ENG 4950: Special Topics (1-5) Offerings
Topics will vary. May be repeated for credit up to 5 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course
ENG 4953: Writng Workshop:Special Topics (1-5) Offerings
Offers an intensive writing experience in a small workshop setting. Genres, themes, and locations vary. May be repeated for credit up to 10 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course
ENG 4954: Literature Abroad:Spec Topics (5) Offerings
Offers advanced study of special topics in literature written in English while participating in SPU study abroad programs. Genres, themes, and locations vary.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Ways of Engaging, Writing "W" Course
ENG 4970: Independnt Research in English (5) Offerings
Under the direction of the English faculty, qualified students bound for postgraduate study will design and complete a senior project: either an article-length scholarly paper or a substantial creative writing project.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:English Majors only. Post-Baccalaureate, Senior students only.



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