- The course offerings and instructors listed below are subject to change.
- The syllabi below are preliminary and are provided to assist with course selection. Syllabi are posted as they are received. Final syllabi will be posted later this summer.
- All fourth year courses are in a seminar style unless otherwise stated.
**Denotes a course for which a portfolio must be submitted prior to registration. Portfolios must be submitted to email@example.com by Monday, October 30, 2017. Applicants will receive an acknowledgement email and a decision will be communicated by Monday, November 6, 2017. Students are advised to make an alternate course selection until those accepted into workshops are notified.
|DIGH 2002 A / ENGL 2401 A||Digital Humanities: Theory & Method||Tanasescu, C.||W|
|DIGH 2035 R / SOCI 2035 R||Technology, Culture and Society||Novas, C.||W||online|
|DIGH 2705 A / SOCI 2705 B||Popular Culture in the Digital Age||Ozcan, G.||W|
Many of our first-year courses preclude one another which means credit cannot be earned for more than one course. When selecting courses, please be mindful that you cannot enroll or receive credit in more than one of the following courses: FYSM 1004, ENGL 1000, ENGL 1009, ENGL 1100, ENGL 1200, ENGL 1300, ENGL 1400.
Students are also limited to enrolling in ENGL 1010 or ENGL 1020 as these courses preclude one another.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
|ENGL 1008A||English Grammar: Fundamentals||Norris, R.||W|
|ENGL 1009 A||Literature in a Global Context||Chakravorty, M.||W|
|ENGL 1010 E||Writing an English Essay||Gildea, K.||W|
|ENGL 1010 F||Writing an English Essay||Post, E.||W|
|ENGL 1010 G||Writing an English Essay||Cleveland, J.||W|
|ENGL 1010 H||Writing an English Essay||Post, E.||W|
|ENGL 1020 E||Effective Writing||Tittle, M.||W|
|ENGL 1020 F||Effective Writing||Post, E.||W|
|ENGL 1020 G||Effective Writing||Scribner, M.||W|
|ENGL 1020 H||Effective Writing||Tittle, M.||W|
|ENGL 1100 W||Literature, Law, and Criminality||Whiting, P.||W|
|ENGL 1500 B||Introduction to Creative Writing||Waisvisz, S.||W|
|ENGL 2011 A||Children’s Literature||Jamieson, S.||W|
|ENGL 2100 A||Topics in Popular Culture||Schroeder, J.||W|
|ENGL 2109 A||Gender, Sexuality and Literature||Medd, J.||W|
|ENGL 2202 A||Weird Fiction||Williams, G.||W|
|ENGL 2401 A / DIGH 2002 A||Digital Humanities: Theory & Method||Tanasescu, C.||W|
|ENGL 2500 B / CLCV 2500||Classical Mythology||Pettipiece, T.||W|
|ENGL 2601 A / FILM 2607||History of World Cinema II||Guha, M.||W|
|ENGL 2605 A / CLCV 2010||Greek and Roman Drama||Klaassen, L.||W|
|ENGL 2609 A||Drama: Modes and Movements||Cleveland, J.||W|
|ENGL 2701 A||American Literatures II||Hewson, M.||W|
|ENGL 2900 A||Literature of the Self||Tracey, C.||W|
|ENGL 2906 B||Culture & Society||Whiting, P.||W||Course Poster|
|ENGL 2937 A||South Asian Literatures II||Chakravorty, M.||W|
|ENGL 3010 A||The Secret Lives of Poems||Wallace, A.||W||online|
|ENGL 3202 A||Chaucer||Calkin, S.|
|ENGL 3306 A||Shakespeare and Film||White, M.||W|
|ENGL 3605 A||Modern and Contemporary Literary Theory||Cleveland, J.||W|
|ENGL 3702 B / HIST 3907 A||American Culture||Nudelman, F. / McNeil, D.||W|
|ENGL 3805 A / EURR 3002||Literature & Culture: Russia & Eurasia||Stanisic-Keller, V.||W|
|ENGL 3903 A**||Intermediate Fiction Workshop||Frutkin, M.||W|
|ENGL 3904 A||Intermediate Drama Workshop||Benson, R.||W|
|ENGL 3909 A / ALDS 3402 A||Research & Theory in Workplace Writing||Smart, G.||W|
|ENGL 4115 A / ENGL 5900 X||Culture and the Text||Johnson, B.||W||Topic: Reading Comic-Con|
|ENGL 4135 B||Studies in Publishing||Reid, H.||W|
|ENGL 4208 A / ENGL 5208 W||Studies in Medieval Literature||Calkin, S.||W|
|ENGL 4600 A / EURR 4103 A||The Great Russian Novel||Dragunoiu, D.||W||Lecture-style|
|ENGL 4605 A||Theatre Production Seminar||Benson, R.||W|
|ENGL 4708 A||Studies in American Literature I||Holton, R.||W||Lecture-style|
|ENGL 4915 A**||Advanced Writing Workshop||Stymeist, D.||W|