English Courses

English Major/Minor Course Overview and Offerings for 2015-2016

English major and minor courses (including the Writing Minor) tend to be scheduled using this general overview for the fall and spring semesters:

Fall Semester

ENG 250 Intro Public and Professional Writing
ENG 320 Field Experience
ENG 392 Creative Writing [Topic to be Specified]
ENG 399 Intro Methods of Literary Study
ENG 403 British Literary Foundations
ENG 433 or 435 Seminar in pre-1800 Seminar in pre-1800’s Literature or Seminar in post-1800’s Literature [Topic to be Specified]
ENG 493 Senior Thesis
ENG Writing Electives (e.g. ENG 360, 365, 370, 375, 380, or 385)
ENG Elective or a Special Topics Course (e.g. ENG 260*, 390, 395*, 410, 442, 460, or 495)

Spring Semesters

ENG 208 Intro to Literary Studies for Majors
ENG 320 Field Experience
ENG 392 Creative Writing [Topic to be Specified]
ENG 405 American Literary Foundations
ENG 408 Multicultural Literature
ENG 433 or 435 Seminar in pre-1800 Literature or Seminar in post-1800 Literature [Topic to be specified]
ENG Writing Electives (e.g. ENG 360, 365, 370, 375, 380, or 385)
ENG Elective or a Special Topics Course (e.g. ENG 260*, 390, 395*, 410, 442, 460, or 495)

These are the English major and minor (including the Writing Minor) offerings for the Academic Year 2015-2016, as currently scheduled:

Fall 2015 Scheduled Course Offerings**

ENG 320 Field Experience
ENG 370 Multimedia Composition
ENG 380 Business Writing for Majors
ENG 392 Creative Writing: Non-fiction
ENG 399 Intro. to Methods of Literary Std.
ENG 403 British Literary Foundations
ENG 435 Seminar in Post-1800's Lit. [The Victorian Temper: Literature and Art]
ENG 493 Senior Thesis Project

Spring 2016 Projected Course Offerings**

ENG 260 Intro. Desktop Publishing *
ENG 208 Intro. to Lit. for Majors
ENG 320 Field Experience
ENG 360 Writing for Digital Media
ENG 375 Media Literacy
ENG 392 Creative Writing: Poetry
ENG 395 Sci-Fi Literature and Film Appreciation *
ENG 405 American Literary Foundations
ENG 408 Multicultural Literature
ENG 441 Shakespeare [Can be substituted for ENG 433]
ENG 460 English Grammar for Writers and Teachers

*Contact Major/Minor Coordinator Kristen Harmon first to make arrangements for this to count as a major elective. Also contact Professor Harmon for questions about long-range projected course offerings: Kristen.Harmon@gallaudet.edu

** Course scheduling varies according to enrollment.

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