CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
August 19 - October 11
10093 ENGL 0903 S01 3 Intro To Writing Studies R 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 5 Location: SCOTTS VILLE Inst: Shellena Smith
  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.
 
October 21 - December 13
10095 ENGL 1013 S01 3 Writing Studies I R 05:30pm  09:30
    Enrollment: 7 Location: SCOTTS VILLE Inst: Shellena Smith
  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
 
10819 ENGL 2103 S01 3 Literary Interpretation T 09:30am  12:30
    Enrollment: 6 Location: HYBRID CLASS/WEB Inst: Tracie Jones
  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
 
10820 ENGL 2103 S02 3 Literary Interpretation T 06:30pm  10:30
    Enrollment: 5 Location: HYBRID CLASS/WEB Inst: Tracie Jones