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ENGL 0111 - College Literacy [Description]

This course focuses on the development and improvement of reading comprehension, language competency, and writing skills. The emphasis is on discovering self as a reader and writer. Through multiple opportunities to read various texts, to write collaboratively and individually, and to share writing with others, students will experience all phases of the reading and writing processes. This course is reading-intensive and writing-intensive and designed to help develop college-level literacy skills. Credits in this course will not satisfy any certificate or degree requirement. (4 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40207 LECTURE
8
TWR 06:00 PM-07:50 PM 5/20/19-8/04/19 (X) A2009 MAIN
De Monte, J
4
40270 LECTURE
10
MTW 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 5/20/19-8/04/19 (X) A2021 MAIN
Wehmann, A
4
 

ENGL 1110 - English Comp 1A [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: placement test. This course focuses on the writing process and on the composition of expository writing assignments, including personal, informational, and critical essays. Students will read and analyze expository and imaginative texts (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or drama). Because of duplication in course content, students who have taken ENGL 1111 English Composition I (B) should not take this course. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40015 LECTURE
PERM
MWF 10:30 AM-12:05 PM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2016 MAIN TBA 3
40066 ONLINE
13
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Weaver, A
3
40253 ONLINE
4
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Hopper, N
3
40269 ONLINE
15
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Cox, A
3
40393 LECTURE
18
MTW 09:30 AM-11:05 AM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2007 MAIN
Mason, A
3
 

ENGL 1111 - English Comp 1B [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: a grade of "SC" or better in ENGL 0111 or placement test. This course focuses on the writing process and on the composition of expository writing assignments, including personal, informational, and critical essays. Students will read and analyze expository and imaginative texts (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or drama). In addition, the course reviews the principles of writing effective sentences and paragraphs. Fulfilling all requirements of the first course in the composition sequence, this course provides an additional credit hour designed to address the developmental needs of underprepared student writers, reviewing basic grammar and principles of writing effective sentences and paragraphs. Because of duplication in course content, students who have taken ENGL 1110 English Composition I A should not take this course. (4 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40014 LECTURE
12
MTWR 12:45 PM-02:20 PM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2016 MAIN
Soto-Schwartz, M
4
40222 LECTURE
17
MTWR 06:00 PM-07:45 PM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2016 MAIN
Davis, L
4
40425 LECTURE
21
MTWR 10:00 AM-11:45 AM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2011 MAIN
Soto-Schwartz, M
4
 

ENGL 1120 - English Comp 2 [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1111. This course analyzes argumentative strategies, models, and texts. Students will focus on the research process: identifying sources through electronic and print-based research strategies, evaluating research materials, and integrating and synthesizing research material. The course culminates in the production of a fully documented argumentative paper. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40017 LECTURE
20
MWF 08:45 AM-10:20 AM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) U 203 MAIN-UC
Wilson, K
3
40067 LECTURE
19
TWR 11:00 AM-12:35 PM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2017 MAIN
Weaver, A
3
40121 ONLINE
18
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Soto-Schwartz, M
3
40199 ONLINE
FULL
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Weaver, A
3
40251 ONLINE
17
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Murad, D
3
40271 ONLINE
1
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
James, M
3
40394 ONLINE
18
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
James, M
3
 

ENGL 1135 - Creative Writing [Description]

This course introduces the theory and practice of creative writing. The course examines a variety of genres such as poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, or drama. Students will read and critique their own and professional writings. (3 contact hours) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40323 ONLINE
13
- - 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) ONLINE MAIN
Terry, T
3
40188 ONLINE
21
- - 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) ONLINE MAIN
De Monte, J
3
 

ENGL 2210 - Intro to Fiction [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1111. This course explores fiction as an art form through analysis of the techniques and characteristics of its various genres, including short stories, novellas, and novels. Students will study fiction elements and strategies, including point of view, plot, setting, character, theme, and literary devices. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40133 ONLINE
19
- - 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) ONLINE MAIN
Whetstone, J
3
40248 ONLINE
13
- - 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) ONLINE MAIN
Mason, A
3
 

ENGL 2220 - Intro to Poetry [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1111. This course examines poetry through form and content, exploring poetic devices and conventions that contribute to a poem’s structure and meaning. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40217 LECTURE
23
MTWR 11:00 AM-01:05 PM 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) A2003 MAIN
Hopper, N
3
 

ENGL 2248 - Literature by Women [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1111. This course traces the history of writing by British and American women and includes selections from the Middle Ages to contemporary times. Students will study from the major genres of fiction, poetry, drama, biography, and essays, as well as letters, journals, dreams, visions, meditations, political writings, and speeches. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40174 ONLINE
17
- - 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) ONLINE MAIN
Mason, A
3
 

ENGL 2250 - Survey of Amer Lit 1 [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1111 . This course provides a historical and critical study of American literature and literary figures from the colonial period to the advent of realism around 1865. (3 contact hours) (TM, TAG) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40294 ONLINE
17
- - 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) ONLINE MAIN
Murad, D
3
 

ENGL 2263 - American Cinema [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: ENGL 1110 or ENGL 1111 or permission of instructor. This introductory course in film studies is a survey of the American film industry as an art form, as an industry, and as a system of representation and communication. The course explores how Hollywood films work technically, aesthetically, and culturally to reinforce and challenge America's national self-image. The content of the course is organized into four broad sections: economic foundations of the American film industry, Hollywood genres, recent trends in Hollywood films, and supplementary units on thinking and writing about films. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40488 ONLINE
18
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Whetstone, J
3