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Undergraduate Program

Non-Major

Do you need an interesting Humanities course for your distribution requirement? Are you thinking about majoring in English? Are you just interested in literature?

The English department offers a variety of courses in topics that might appeal to you. These are courses that both non-majors and majors can take. (Non-majors can apply them toward the BA, while majors can apply them toward the BA and toward their major in English.) Freshmen can register for a wide variety of 200-level Introductory courses.

ENGLISH COURSES FOR PRE-MAJORS AND NON-MAJORS OFFERED IN Spring 2017

Course Professor/Instructor

01:351:209 Introduction to Multimedia Composition

01:351:212 Introduction to Creative Writing

01:358:213 Major Topics and Authors in American Literature

01:358:214 Introduction to 20th-Century Literature

01:358:216 Introduction to World Literatures in English

01:358:250 Introduction to Autobiography

01:358:252 Introduction to Children's Literature

01:358:254 Introduction to Science Fiction

01:358:275 The Cultural History of Now

01:359:209 Introduction to Health, Medicine, And Literature

01:359:210 Introduction to Literary Theory: Writing As a Way of Life

 

 

Professor Nicholas Gaskill

Professor Andrew Goldstone

Professor Olabode Ibironke

Professor Katherine Ellis

Professor Colin Jager

Professor David Kurnick

Professor Bradley Evans

Professor Ann Jurecic

Professor Richard Dienst

 

 

Those who have placed out of Expos 101 are welcome to begin the English major with Principles of Literary Study 359:201 or 359:202.  Both 201 and 202 will need to be taken to complete the major.