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English (ENGL)

ENGL 20 Foundations of English
ENGL 21 Foundations of English Non-Native Speakers: Reading, Writing, Grammar
ENGL 22 Foundations of English for Non-Native Speakers: Oral communication
ENGL 23 Foundations of English for Non-Native speakers: Special Topics
ENGL 99 Supplemental Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking
ENGL 100 Academic Reading/ Writing
ENGL 101 Freshman English for International Students
ENGL 105 Literature and Human Experience
ENGL 106 Literature: Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama
ENGL 107 Heroes in Literature
ENGL 108 Power, Money, and Business in Literature
ENGL 140 Academic Success for International Students
ENGL 200 Investigating Ideas: Reading, Writing, and the Disciplines
ENGL 201 Freshman English for International Students II
ENGL 202 Literature of Science Fiction
ENGL 203 Literature of the African-American Experience (d)
ENGL 204 Literature of the American West
ENGL 205 Literature of War: Culture and Ethics
ENGL 207 Literature of the Asian-American Experience
ENGL 208 Literature of the Native American Experience (d)
ENGL 212 The Native American in Literature (d)
ENGL 214 Women's Literature (g)
ENGL 215 LGBTQ Literature
ENGL 221 Athletes in Literature
ENGL 222 Literature of Fantasy
ENGL 223 Rags to Riches American Business Literature
ENGL 224 Bible as Literature
ENGL 226 Detective Fiction
ENGL 227 20th Century Russian Literature
ENGL 228 Literature of Environmental Justice (d)
ENGL 230 International Short Fiction (g)
ENGL 231 Short Story
ENGL 232 Contemporary Drama (g)
ENGL 233 Introduction to Poetry
ENGL 234 Modern Novels (g)
ENGL 235 American Autobiography: Varieties of Personal Narrative (d)
ENGL 237 Introduction to Greek Mythology
ENGL 244 The Modern Tradition in Literature
ENGL 245 Western World Literature
ENGL 250 Literature for Children
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 252 Multicultural Education: Language, Media, and Philosophy
ENGL 253 Introduction to Literary Studies
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL 279 Cooperative Education & Internship I
ENGL 289 Special Topics in English
ENGL 299 Independent Writing
ENGL 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 301 History of Film
ENGL 306 Postcolonial Film and Literature (g)
ENGL 307 Ethnic Film, Literature, and Culture (d)
ENGL 308 Russian Literature: Society and culture of Russia through the Eyes of 19th and 20th Century (g)
ENGL 309 Film and Literature of the New Europe (g)
ENGL 310 United States Environmental Literature
ENGL 311 Introduction to Language & Linguistics
ENGL 313 The Rhetorical Narrative of (Dis)ability
ENGL 317 Modern East Asian Literature and Cinema (g)
ENGL 320 Structure of English
ENGL 321 English Language: History & Culture
ENGL 322 Acquisition of Language
ENGL 324 Survey of American Literature I: Origins to 1900
ENGL 325 Survey of American Literature II: 1900-1980
ENGL 331 Survey of English Literature I
ENGL 332 Survey of English Literature II
ENGL 335 Shakespeare
ENGL 341 European Literature
ENGL 342 Development in the Novel
ENGL 343 The Novel & Film Adaptations
ENGL 350 Children's Literature Issues & Trends
ENGL 355 Literature-Based Reading Methods for Adolescents
ENGL 360 Theory & Methodology of TESOL
ENGL 361 Composition Theory
ENGL 362 Introduction to Rhetorical Studies
ENGL 363 Composition for Elementary & Middle School
ENGL 364 Instructions & Manuals
ENGL 365 Composition: Sent Comb & Expand
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 368 Writing Poetry
ENGL 369 Writing Fiction
ENGL 370 Writing Non-Fiction
ENGL 371 Proposal Writing: Change Through Rhetoric
ENGL 372 Practicum: Peer Tutoring & Writing Instruction
ENGL 373 Techniques in Tutoring: TESOL Practicum
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 375 TESOL for Specific Purposes: Classrooms, Businesses & Communities
ENGL 376 Experience Greece: Culture Past & Present
ENGL 377 Field Experience
ENGL 378 Semester Abroad Research
ENGL 379 Cooperative Education & Internship II
ENGL 381 Screenwriting
ENGL 382 Writing Workshop in Prose and Poetry
ENGL 385 Seminar: the American Frontier
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
ENGL 389 Special Topics in English
ENGL 420 Pedagogical Grammar
ENGL 421 Chaucer
ENGL 422 Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama
ENGL 423 17th Century Prose & Poetry
ENGL 424 Dram/Nov Rest & 18th Century
ENGL 425 British Literature: Romantic Period
ENGL 426 Victorian Literature
ENGL 427 British Literature: 1890-1940
ENGL 428 British Literature: 1940-Present
ENGL 429 American Renaissance
ENGL 430 American Realism
ENGL 431 Modern American Fiction
ENGL 432 Contemporary American Literature
ENGL 441 20th Century International Literature
ENGL 442 World Cinema (g)
ENGL 443 American Ethnic Women Writers (d)
ENGL 444 Major Authors
ENGL 448 Teaching Film in the Secondary School
ENGL 450 Non-Native Speakers in the Midwest
ENGL 451 Phonetics and Phonology
ENGL 452 Lexicology: The Structure of English Vocabulary
ENGL 455 Adolescent Literature:Issues & Trends
ENGL 461 Evaluation of Writing
ENGL 467 Advanced Technical Writing
ENGL 471 Issues in Bilingualism
ENGL 475 Assessment and Testing in TESOL
ENGL 482 Writing Seminar in Fiction & Poetry
ENGL 489 Special Topics in English
ENGL 490 Readings
ENGL 494 Senior Seminar in Professional Writing
ENGL 499 Independent Study
ENGL 500 Women & Film
ENGL 511 Introduction to Language & Linguistics
ENGL 520 Structure of English
ENGL 521 English Language: History & Culture
ENGL 522 Acquisition of Language
ENGL 524 Survey of American Literature I
ENGL 525 American Literature II
ENGL 531 Survey of English Literature I
ENGL 532 English Literature II
ENGL 535 Shakespeare
ENGL 550 Children's Literature Issues & Trends
ENGL 555 Literature-Based Reading Methods for Adolescents
ENGL 560 Theory and Methodology of TESOL
ENGL 561 Composition Theory
ENGL 562 Introduction to Rhetorical Studies
ENGL 563 Composition for Elementary & Middle School
ENGL 568 Writing Poetry
ENGL 569 Writing Fiction
ENGL 570 Writing Non-Fiction
ENGL 573 Techniques in Tutoring
ENGL 575 TESOL for Specific Purposes: Classrooms, Businesses and Communities
ENGL 576 Experience Greece
ENGL 582 Writing Workshop in Prose and Poetry
ENGL 589 Special Topics in English
ENGL 620 Pedagogical Grammar
ENGL 626 Victorian Literature
ENGL 627 Modern British Literature: 1890-1940
ENGL 628 British Literature: 1940-Present
ENGL 629 American Renaissance
ENGL 630 American Realism
ENGL 631 Modern American Fiction
ENGL 632 Contemporary American Literature
ENGL 641 Contemporary International Fiction
ENGL 642 World Cinema
ENGL 643 American Ethnic Women Writers
ENGL 644 Major Authors
ENGL 648 Teaching Film in Secondary School
ENGL 650 Non-Native Speakers in the Midwest
ENGL 651 Phonetics and Phonology
ENGL 652 Lexicology: The Structure of English Vocabulary
ENGL 655 Adolescent Literature:Issues & Trends
ENGL 661 Evaluation of Writing
ENGL 671 Issues in Bilingualism
ENGL 675 Assessment and Testing in TESOL
ENGL 682 Writing Seminar in Fiction & Poetry
ENGL 689 Special Topics in English
ENGL 701 Writing, Reading, and Research for TESOL
ENGL 704 Teaching English as a Second Language III
ENGL 706 Studies in English Literature
ENGL 707 Studies in Language
ENGL 710 Literature for Disadvantaged Readers
ENGL 720 Educational Linguistics
ENGL 750 Children's Literature in the Reading Program
ENGL 755 Childrens' Literature for International Students
ENGL 761 New Directions in Writing Instruction
ENGL 789 Special Topics in English
ENGL 791 Language Arts App Unit
ENGL 798 Independent Research
ENGL 799 Thesis