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FALL 2018

NumberCourse DescriptionsProfessor
ENGL 115 University Writing and Research Multiple Sections
ENGL 125 Literature and Culture Multiple Sections
ENGL 135 Literature and Criticism Multiple Sections
FILM 101 Introduction to Film Paul Watkins
INTR 100 Popular Culture and University Writing (6 credits: includes ENGL 115) Multiple Sections
INTR 101 Digital Media and Literature (6 credits: includes ENGL 125) Doug Stetar & Daniel Burgoyne
INTR 103 World Regional Geographies and University Writing (6 credits: includes ENGL 115) Terri Doughty & Michele Patterson


SPRING 2019

NumberCourse DescriptionsProfessor
ENGL 115 University Writing & Research Multiple Sections
ENGL 125 Literature and Culture Multiple Sections
ENGL 135 Literature and Criticism Multiple Sections
INTR 100 Popular Culture and University Writing (6 credits: includes ENGL 115) Doug Stetar & TBA
INTR 101 Digital Media and Literature (6 credits: includes ENGL 125) Doug Stetar & TBA

Course Descriptions


FALL 2018 ENGL 115: UNIVERSITY WRITING AND RESEARCH

Multiple sections
An introduction to critical thinking and reading, academic writing, and research skills, consistent with the conditions and expectations students encounter as readers and writers at university.

All sections include an in-class essay, a research essay, and a final examination.

There are multiple sections of this course. See the Course Timetable for descriptions of individual sections.


FALL 2018 ENGL 125: LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Multiple sections
An introduction to the concept of literary genres that explores the relationship between literature and its historical and cultural contexts. This course emphasizes reading, research, and writing.

All sections include an in-class essay, a research essay, and a final examination.

There are multiple sections of this course. See the Course Timetable for descriptions of individual sections.


FALL 2018 ENGL 135: LITERATURE AND CRITICISM

Multiple sections

An introduction to different ways of approaching and analyzing literary works to develop an awareness of the relation between literature and criticism. This course emphasizes reading, research, and writing.

Note that all sections include an in-class essay, a research essay, and a final examination.

There are multiple sections of this course. See the Course Timetable for descriptions of individual sections.

FALL 2018 FILM 101: Introduction to Film Studies (3 credits)

Professor Paul Watkins

 FILM 101 provides an introduction to the study of film as an art form and a medium of cultural communication. Film is a language of ideas and it is images and ideas that excite us when we watch a film in the dark. Students will gain a basic understanding

FALL 2018 INTR 100: POPULAR CULTURE AND UNIVERSITY WRITING (6 CREDITS)

Sections F18N01 and F18N02 

INTR 100 Poster

FALL 2018 INTR 101: DIGITAL MEDIA AND LITERATURE (6 CREDITS)

Section F18N01

INTR 101 Poster

FALL 2018 INTR 103: WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHIES AND UNIVERSITY WRITING (6 CREDITS)

Section F18N01 

INTR 103 Poster


SPRING 2019 ENGL 115: UNIVERSITY WRITING AND RESEARCH

Multiple sections

An introduction to critical thinking and reading, academic writing, and research skills, consistent with the conditions and expectations students encounter as readers and writers at university.

Note that all sections include an in-class essay, a research essay, and a final examination.

See the Course Timetable for descriptions of individual sections.


SPRING 2019 ENGL 125: LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Multiple sections

An introduction to the concept of literary genres that explores the relationship between literature and its historical and cultural contexts. This course emphasizes reading, research, and writing.

Note that all sections include an in-class essay, a research essay, and a final examination.

There are multiple sections of this course. See the Course Timetable for descriptions of individual sections.


SPRING 2019 ENGL 135: LITERATURE AND CRITICISM

Multiple sections
An introduction to different ways of approaching and analyzing literary works to develop an awareness of the relation between literature and criticism. This course emphasizes reading, research, and writing.

Note that all sections include an in-class essay, a research essay, and a final examination.

There are multiple sections of this course. See the Course Timetable for descriptions of individual sections.


SPRING 2019 INTR 100: POPULAR CULTURE  UNIVERSITY WRITING & RESEARCH

Sections S19N01 

INTR 100 Poster


SPRING 2019 INTR 101: DIGITAL MEDIA AND LITERATURE (6 CREDITS)

Section S19N01

INTR 101 Poster

 


IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING OUR NEW FIRST-YEAR PROGRAM (IMPLEMENTED SEPTEMBER 2009)

September 2009 marked the implementation of our new First-Year Program. English 111, 112, and 116 have been discontinued, and English 115 has a new title and description. Two new courses –- English 125 and English 135 — have been added. (Descriptions of both the discontinued and the new courses can be found in the Calendar).

For the Degree English Requirement, you may take any two of English 115, 125, or 135, in any order.

If you have already taken English 111, 112, or 116, and you still require a second 3-credit English course, you may take either English 115English 125, or English 135 to fullfil the Degree English Requirement. However, be sure to check with your Program to confirm the required combination of English courses.

English Majors and Minors

The first-year requirements for English Majors and Minors likewise changes to:

Any two of English 115, 125, or 135, in any order.
See the complete description of requirements for Majors and Minors.

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