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DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

SHEPHERD UNIVERSITY

The Department of

English & Modern Languages

Shepherd University

 


SEQUENCE FOR ENGLISH COURSES: 2008-2010

 

FALL 2008

ENGL 101 Written English I

ENGL 102 Writing for the Arts and Humanities

ENGL 103 Writing for the Social Sciences

ENGL 104 Science and Technical Writing

ENGL 204 Survey of American Literature

ENGL 208 Survey of World Literature I

ENGL 209 Survey of World Literature II

ENGL 301 Introduction to Literary Studies

ENGL 310 British Literature to 1660

ENGL 311 British Literature 1660-1900

ENGL 320 Renaissance Prose and Poetry

ENGL 340 British Romantic Literature

ENGL 346 American Fiction

ENGL 355 American Ethnic Literature

ENGL 370 Structure and Evolution of English

ENGL 407 Seminar in Literature III

ENGL 418 Studies in Chaucer and Milton

ENGL 421 Shakespeare

ENGL 469 Renaissance Drama Practicum

ENGL 471 Creative Writing: Fiction

ENGL 476 Practicum in English I

ENGL 485 Senior Capstone Practicum

ENGL 486 English/Language Arts Capstone Presentation

[EDUC 421] Methods of Teaching English]

 

SPRING 2009

ENGL 101 Written English I

ENGL 102 Writing for the Arts and Humanities

ENGL 103 Writing for Social Sciences

ENGL 104 Science and Technical Writing

ENGL 204 Survey of American Literature

ENGL 208 Survey of World Literature I

ENGL 209 Survey of World Literature II

ENGL 301 Introduction to Literary Studies

ENGL 307 Reading and Adolescent Literature

ENGL 310 British Literature to 1660

ENGL 311 British Literature 1660-1900

ENGL 312 American Literature to 1900

ENGL 356 Appalachian Culture

ENGL 362 The Modern Novel

ENGL 366 Women in the Arts and Literature

ENGL 371 Introduction to Creative Writing

ENGL 372 Advanced Composition

ENGL 375 History of the English Language

ENGL 377 Peer Tutoring and Composition Theory

ENGL 400 Greek Mythology

ENGL 405 Seminar in Literature I

ENGL 421 Shakespeare

ENGL 430 British Literature and the Prominence of Place

ENGL 431 British Literature Travel Practicum

ENGL 470 Medieval Drama Practicum

ENGL 472 Creative Writing: Poetry

ENGL 476 Practicum in English I

ENGL 485 Senior Capstone Practicum

ENGL 486 English/Language Arts Capstone Presentation

 

FALL 2009

ENGL 101 Written English I

ENGL 102 Writing for the Arts and Humanities

ENGL 103 Writing for the Social Sciences

ENGL 104 Science and Technical Writing

ENGL 204 Survey of American Literature

ENGL 208 Survey of World Literature I

ENGL 209 Survey of World Literature II

ENGL 270 Traditional Grammar and Standard Usage

ENGL 301 Introduction to Literary Studies

ENGL 310 British Literature to 1660

ENGL 311 British Literature 1660-1900

ENGL 313 Literature in English Since 1900

ENGL 322 Hamlet in Context

ENGL 371 Introduction to Creative Writing

ENGL 377 Peer Tutoring and Composition Theory

ENGL 406 Seminar in Literature II

ENGL 415 Chaucer

ENGL 469 Renaissance Drama Practicum

ENGL 471 Creative Writing: Fiction

ENGL 476 Practicum in English I

ENGL 485 Senior Capstone Practicum

ENGL 486 English/Language Arts Capstone Practicum

[EDUC 421] Methods of Teaching English]

 

 

SPRING 2010

ENGL 101 Written English I

ENGL 102 Writing for the Arts and Humanities

ENGL 103 Writing for the Social Sciences

ENGL 104 Science and Technical Writing

ENGL 204 Survey of American Literature

ENGL 208 Survey of World Literature I

ENGL 209 Survey of World Literature II

ENGL 301 Introduction to Literary Studies

ENGL 310 British Literature to 1660

ENGL 311 British Literature 1660-1900

ENGL 312 American Literature to 1900

ENGL 355 American Ethnic Literature

ENGL 356 Appalachian Culture

ENGL 360 Literature and the Sexes

ENGL 370 Structure and Evolution of English

ENGL 371 Introduction to Creative Writing

ENGL 372 Advanced Composition

ENGL 402 The Bible as Literature

ENGL 407 Seminar in Literature III

ENGL 421 Shakespeare

ENGL 423 Milton

ENGL 446 American Literature/Prominence of Place

ENGL 447 American Literature Travel Practicum

ENGL 470 Medieval Drama Practicum

ENGL 473 Creative Writing: Non-Fiction

ENGL 476 Practicum in English I

ENGL 485 Senior Capstone Practicum

ENGL 486 English/Language Arts Capstone Presentation

 


Prepared and maintained for the Department of English by Dr. Alan Tinkler.