CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
January 14 - May 10
30001 ENGL 0854 M01 4 Esl: College-Level Skills MTRF 11:30am  12:20
    Enrollment: 8 Location: TURNER 104 Inst: Timothy McAlpine
  For speakers of English as a second language. Focuses intensively on developing all four language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) to college-level proficiency. Grading: Credit/No Credit. Students are not allowed to withdraw from this course as it is a developmental course. Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30002 ENGL 0903 M01 3 Intro To Writing Studies MWF 09:30am  10:20
    Enrollment: 16 Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Robert Wilson
  Introduces students to college-level writing, with emphases on writing as process, critical thinking, and strategies for successfully addressing writing assignments in a variety of genres. By the end of the semester, students will be able to produce well-organized, thoughtful writing of various types that may include personal narratives, rhetorical analyses, argument essays, literary responses, short stories, and book reviews. Students will learn what it meas to be a writer and to think critically about texts. Grading: Credit/No Credit. Note: Some sections of ENGL 0903 will be identified by ESL. These sections are recommended for international students. Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30003 ENGL 0903 M02 3 Intro To Writing Studies MWF 10:30am  11:20
    Enrollment: 13 Location: GOODHU 211 Inst: Robert Wilson
 
30004 ENGL 1013 M01 3 Writing Studies I MWF 08:30am  09:20
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODIN 201 Inst: Joanne Waller
  Familiarizes students with the expectations of college-level writing, with emphases on writing as process, critical thinking, and fundamentals of research. Focus may be divided between the standard features of academic writing that may include personal narratives, rhetorical analyses, argument essays, literary responses, and short, researched essays. Students will begin to develop sophisticated analytical skills to complement a broadened understanding of the writing process and what it means to be a writer. Topics, subject matter, and approaches will vary depending upon individual instructors. Prerequisite: 18 or above ACT English sub-score, 83 or above Accuplacer Sentence Skills sub-score, or successful completion of ENGL 0903 or 0904. GE - CORE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - WRITTEN
 
30005 ENGL 1013 M02 3 Writing Studies I MWF 09:30am  10:20
    Enrollment: 13 Location: FUGITT 119 Inst: Joanne Waller
 
30006 ENGL 1013 M03 3 Writing Studies I MWF 10:30am  11:20
    Enrollment: 20 Location: SLIDER 201 Inst: Allison Smith
 
30007 ENGL 1013 M04 3 Writing Studies I MWF 11:30am  12:20
    Enrollment: 19 Location: SLIDER 201 Inst: Allison Smith
 
30008 ENGL 1013 M05 3 Writing Studies I MWF 12:30pm  01:20
    Enrollment: 13 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Robert Wilson
 
30009 ENGL 1013 M06 3 Writing Studies I MWF 01:30pm  02:20
    Enrollment: 7 Location: FUGITT 118 Inst: Robert Wilson
 
30010 ENGL 1013 M07 3 Writing Studies I TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 21 Location: SLIDER 300 Inst: Kara Mollis
 
30011 ENGL 1013 M08 3 Writing Studies I TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODHU 315 Inst: Jamie Moore-Bailey
 
30012 ENGL 1013 M09 3 Writing Studies I TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 7 Location: GOODHU 306 Inst: Shellena Smith
 
30013 ENGL 1023 M01 3 Writing Studies II MWF 08:30am  09:20
  Enrollment: 25 Location: SLIDER 201 Inst: Jared Odd
  Builds on knowledge developed in Writing Studies I and provides comprehensive instruction on incorporating research in academic writing assignments. Students learn how to summarize, synthesize, and document sources using MLA documentation style. Using researched material for support rather than as the primary content of an essay will be encouraged and emphasized. Students will exhibit sophisticated analytical skills to complement a broad understanding of the writing process and what it means to be a writer. Topics, subject matter, and approaches will vary depending upon individual instructors. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in ENGL 1013 or minimum ACT English sub-score of 25. Course rotation: All semesters. GE CORE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - WRITTEN
 
30014 ENGL 1023 M02 3 Writing Studies II MWF 09:30am  10:20
    Enrollment: 19 Location: TURNER 107 Inst: Timothy McAlpine
 
30015 ENGL 1023 M03 3 Writing Studies II MWF 10:30am  11:20
  Enrollment: 23 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Molly Ferguson
 
30016 ENGL 1023 M04 3 Writing Studies II MWF 11:30am  12:20
  Enrollment: 24 Location: TURNER 208 Inst: Ernest Thifault
 
30017 ENGL 1023 M05 3 Writing Studies II MWF 12:30pm  01:20
  Enrollment: 22 Location: GOODHU 305 Inst: Erin Wais-Hennen
 
30018 ENGL 1023 M06 3 Writing Studies II MWF 01:30pm  02:20
  Enrollment: 22 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Ernest Thifault
 
30019 ENGL 1023 M07 3 Writing Studies II TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 19 Location: EVERET 200 Inst: Jamie Moore-Bailey
 
30020 ENGL 1023 M08 3 Writing Studies II TR 11:00am  12:15
  Enrollment: 27 Location: FUGITT 327 Inst: Mark Dunphy
 
30021 ENGL 1023 M09 3 Writing Studies II TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 21 Location: SLIDER 201 Inst: Kerry Robertson
 
30022 ENGL 1023 M10 3 Writing Studies II TR 02:00pm  03:15
    Enrollment: 20 Location: EVERET 200 Inst: Shellena Smith
 
30023 ENGL 2101 M01 1 Writing Center Peer Tutoring T 05:00pm  06:00
    Enrollment: 3 Location: SLIDER 200 Inst: Jared Odd
  In-service training for Writing Center peer tutors. Students will explore the writing process; negotiate peer tutoring roles and relationships; synthesize writing center theory and practice; and collaborate for self, client, and Center development. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of B in ENGL 1023 or permission of the instructor. Course Rotation: Fall and Spring.
 
30753 ENGL 2101 M02 1 Writing Center Peer Tutoring W 05:00pm  06:00
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODIN 201 Inst: Jared Odd
 
30024 ENGL 2103 M01 3 Literary Interpretation MWF 09:30am  10:20
  Enrollment: 27 Location: SLIDER 300 Inst: Kara Mollis
  Introduces students to the fundamental terminology and methodology for understanding and interpreting the literary genres of fiction, drama, and poetry. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and, when applicable, global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. Open to all students, this course is required for English mjaors: Prerequisite: ENGL 1013. Course rotation: All semesters. GE CORE - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS - FINE ARTS/HUMANITIES
 
30025 ENGL 2103 M02 3 Literary Interpretation MWF 10:30am  11:20
  Enrollment: 32 Location: EVERET 200 Inst: Mark Dunphy
 
30026 ENGL 2103 M03 3 Literary Interpretation MWF 11:30am  12:20
  Enrollment: 29 Location: SLIDER 300 Inst: Tip Shanklin
 
30027 ENGL 2103 M04 3 Literary Interpretation TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 23 Location: GOODHU 211 Inst: Ernest Thifault
 
30028 ENGL 2103 M05 3 Literary Interpretation TR 12:30pm  01:45
  Enrollment: 25 Location: TURNER 107 Inst: Allison Smith
 
30029 ENGL 2103 M06 3 Literary Interpretation TR 02:00pm  03:15
  Enrollment: 27 Location: SLIDER 300 Inst: Tip Shanklin
 
30030 ENGL 2203 M01 3 World Literature MWF 12:30pm  01:20
    Enrollment: 23 Location: TURNER 107 Inst: Molly Ferguson
  Introduces and examines selected works of literature from countries around the world in order to demonstrate the rich diversity of national and regional literatures and, through those readings, to arrive at an appreciation of the universal qualities of human experience. The basic terminology and methodology used in literary study of fiction, drama, and poetry will also be presented. All works are read in modern English translations. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. Prerequisite: ENGL 1013. Course Rotation: Spring. GE C0RE - ENGAGED LOCAL & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP - ADDITIONAL COURSEWORK
 
30031 ENGL 2703 M01 3 Intro To Modern Engl Grammar MWF 08:30am  09:20
  Enrollment: 29 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Timothy McAlpine
  An examination of contemporary grammar as it pertains to Standard English. Students will become familiar with grammar terminology, will learn to recognize and resolve grammatical weakness in their own and others' writing, and will devise strategies to produce prose that is grammatically error-free. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, and cultural literacy. Prerequisite: ENGL 1023. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30032 ENGL 3123 M01 3 American Literature II MWF 09:30am  10:20
    Enrollment: 18 Location: TURNER 105 Inst: Mark Dunphy
  Advanced study of American literature since 1865, which will include Naturalist, Realist, Modernist, and Contemporary authors. Use of secondary sources and research writing will be introduced. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, and cultural literacy. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. Prerequisite: General Education literature requirement. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30033 ENGL 3223 M01 3 British Literature II MWF 12:30pm  01:20
    Enrollment: 18 Location: SLIDER 300 Inst: Tip Shanklin
  Advanced study of British literature since 1798, which will include Romantic, Victorian, and Modernist authors. Use of secondary sources and research writing will be introduced. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. Prerequisite: General Education literature requirement. Course rotation: Spring.
 
30034 ENGL 3373 M01 3 Literary Cultures TR 02:00pm  03:15
    Enrollment: 11 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Molly Ferguson
  Advanced study of particular literary cultures and their works as both separate from and a part of larger cultures. Literary cultures might include the Metaphysical or Cavalier Poets, American Transcendentalists, Southern Writers, the Harlem Renaissance, the British War Poets, the Irish Renaissance, the Beats, the Confessional Poets, the Black Arts Movement, the Existentialists, Kentucky/Appalachian Writers, or Nature and Environmental Writers. Use of secondary sources and research writing will be introduced. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and, when applicable, global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches will vary depending upon the instructor. May be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: General Education literature requirement. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30035 ENGL 3603 M01 3 Shakespeare MWF 01:30pm  02:20
    Enrollment: 11 Location: SLIDER 300 Inst: Kerry Robertson
  Offers in-depth study of the comedies, histories, and tragedies of William Shakespeare. Contextual matters such as the Elizabethan stage, Renaissance thought, performance questions, modern adaptations, and critical commentary and controversy will be explored. Use of secondary sources and research writing will be introduced. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and global awareness. Pre- requisite: GEneral Education literature requirement. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30036 ENGL 3633 M01 3 Writing And Technology MWF 10:30am  11:20
    Enrollment: 10 Location: GOODIN 201 Inst: Erin Wais-Hennen
  In-depth study of literate cultures' use of technology as a method of communication, encouraging detailed rhetorical analyses of common technologies including blogs, networking websites (Face Book, My Space), email, online gaming, and course management applications (such as Angel). This course focuses on affordances of such technologies and theories of technology that consider accessibility, usability, and design, alongside issues of class, gender, and ethnicity. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and when applicable, global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. Prerequiste: ENGL 1023. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30037 ENGL 3733 M01 3 Writing And Culture TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 14 Location: LIB LCONF Inst: Ernest Thifault
  This course is designed to help students think and write critically about varying aspects of culture. Encourages students to engage in rhetorical analyses of the ways various cultures use writing and conceive of literacy and to investigate the ways cultural norms shape writing and visual media. Explores developments of trends in areas such as film, television, and the internet. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and, when applicable, global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. Prerequisite: ENGl 1023. Course Rotation: Alternate Fall. GE INTERMEDIATE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
 
30038 ENGL 4103 M01 3 Adv Readings In Poetry & Drama MWF 11:30am  12:20
    Enrollment: 7 Location: LIB LCONF Inst: Kerry Robertson
  Advanced, in-depth study of poetry or drama. Readings will include theoretical studies of the genre and readings within the genre. Use of secondary sources and research writing will be introduced. This course emphasizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and, when applicable, global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. Prerequisite: General Education literature requirement or permission of the instructor. Course Rotation: Alternate Spring.
 
30039 ENGL 4203 M01 3 Advanced Creative Writing TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 11 Location: LIB LCONF Inst: Allison Smith
  Builds on and enhances students' skills in the writing of poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction in a workshop setting. Special attention is given to the essentials and mechanics of submitting creative work for publication. This course emphasizes intellectual development and cultural literacy. Prerequisite: ENGl 3103 or permission of the instructor. Course Rotation: Alternate Spring.
 
30040 ENGL 4553 M01 3 Crit Issues In Lit & Writing TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 10 Location: SLIDER 300 Inst: Kara Mollis
  Advanced, in-depth study of literature and writing that engages such issues as class, gender, ethnicity, education, ethics, nation and citizenship, crime, violence, war. Readings in the course will include a variety of authors of both nonfiction and literature. Use of secondary sources and research writing will be included. This course empahsizes intellectual development, critical analysis, cultural literacy, and global awareness. Topics, subject matter, and approaches may vary depending upon the instructor. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: ENGL 1023 and General Education literature requirement. Course Rotation: Spring. GE MASTERY - INQUIRY AND ANALYSIS
 
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