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2002 - 2003 English

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Faculty
Chair: Patsy Callaghan
Language and Literature 423

Professors:

Liahna Armstrong, American Literature, Popular Culture, Film
Patsy Callaghan, Rhetoric, World Literature, English Education
Bobby Cummings, Rhetoric, Teacher Education, Writing on Computers
Philip B. Garrison, Non-fiction Prose, Poetry Writing, World Literature,
Mythology, American Literature
Loretta Gray, TESL/TEFL, Linguistics 
Mark W. Halperin, Poetry Writing, Folk Literature, Modern Poetry
Terry Martin, English Education, Women's Literature
Steven Olson, American Literature, Film
Joseph Powell, Creative Writing, Modern Poetry
Gerald J. Stacy, English Renaissance Literature
Christine A. Sutphin, Victorian Literature, English Novel, Women's Literature

Associate Professors:
Toni Culjak, American, World and Multicultural Literature
Charles Xingzhong Li, Linguistics, TESOL, Linguistic Approaches to Literature
Paulus Pimomo, British Literature, Post Colonial Studies 

Assistant Professors:
Laila Abdalla, English Medieval and Renaissance Literature
George Drake, British Literature, English Novel
Karen Gookin, Composition
Judith Kleck, Composition
Virginia Mack, Composition

Emeritus Professors:
John L. Vifian, Eighteenth-Century Literature, English Novel
Robert M. Benton, American Literature

General Departmental Information

Study in the English Department helps students better understand and appreciate the English language and its literature. The Department offers undergraduate and graduate work in American, British, and World Literature, in English Language Studies, in English Education, and in Writing. Work in English leads to greater skill in communication, and since literature is about people, a better understanding and appreciation of it can lead to a better understanding and appreciation of them. Study in English is an excellent preparation for a wide range of careers.

Departmental Honors in English

The honors program in English recognizes the superior scholarship of those students who are able to complete successfully an advanced individual study and writing project. To qualify for the program, students must have completed 25 credits in their major, have an overall GPA of 3.0 and 3.4 in English, and be recommended by three faculty members, including two from the Department of English.

The Chair of the Department, as Director of the program, will appoint an honors advisor and two readers to approve and direct the studies of each student who is admitted. Honor students, under the direction of their advisor, will enroll in English 496 (a three-credit course to be taken in addition to those required for the major in English) and prior to their last quarter in residence will complete a study culminating in the writing of an honors paper, an essay treating a subject appropriate for undergraduate English study and reflecting an awareness of the humanistic emphasis of the discipline. Students whose committee and program director accept the honors paper will graduate with departmental honors in English.

Bachelor of Arts

English Major (3050)

Students in this major are expected to complete English 302, Poetry and Poetics and ENG 303, Principles of English Studies prior to enrolling in other upper division major requirements.

Required Courses                                    Credits

ENG 302, Poetry and Poetics                            4
ENG 303, Principles of English Studies                 4
ENG 304, English Linguistics                           4

Select two English Studies courses:                    8
  ENG 383, Literary and Critical Theory
  ENG 340, The Short Story
  ENG 448, 449, World Novel I, II
  ENG 451, 452, English Novel I, II
  ENG 475, Modern Poetry
  ENG 478, 479, American Novel I, II
Select four Period courses:                           16
  ENG 305, 306, 307, English 
     Literature I, II, III
  ENG 308, 309, American Literature I, II
Select one Shakespeare course:                         4
  ENG 361, Shakespeare, The Early Plays OR
  ENG 362, Shakespeare, The Later Plays
Select one Major Literary Figures course               4 
  ENG 410, Studies in Major British Writers
  ENG 411, Studies in Major American Writers
  ENG 414, Studies in Major World Writers
Select two Comparative/Cultural courses:               8
  ENG 328, World Literature I
  ENG 329, World Literature II
  ENG 330, African American Literature 
  ENG 331, Chicano Literature
  ENG 332, Native American Literature
  ENG 333, Asian American Literature
  ENG 335, Studies in Women's Literature
  ENG 344, Studies in Film
  ENG 345, Popular Culture
Select one Language courses                            4
  ENG 320, English Grammar
  ENG 321, Grammar in the Classroom
  ENG 413, Studies in Language
  ENG 423, History of the Language
Select one Writing course                              4
  ENG 212, Fiction Writing
  ENG 213, Poetry Writing
  ENG 314, Advanced Nonfiction Writing
ENG 489, Senior Colloquium                             2 
Electives:                                             8
 Elective credits may be taken from any of the
   300-level courses above and/or from the following:
  ENG 235, Studies in Folklore
  ENG 247, Multicultural Literature
  ENG 241, The Bible
  ENG 242, Literature and Myth

                                           Total      70

 

English: Teaching Major (3053)

This major satisfies the Primary endorsement for English.

Students taking this major are required to complete the professional education program offered through the Curriculum and Supervision Department.

Students in this major are expected to complete English 302, Poetry and Poetics and English 303, Principles of English Studies prior to enrolling in other upper division major requirements. English 422, 430, and 492 are required prior to student teaching. English 430 and 492 must be taken concurrently. All other major requirements must be completed before or be completed concurrently with enrollment in ENG 489. Enrollment in English 489 is by permission.

Required Courses                                Credits

ENG 302, Poetry and Poetics                          4
ENG 303, Principles of English Studies               4
Select one English Studies course:                   4
  ENG 383, Literary and Critical Theory
  ENG 340, The Short Story
  ENG 448, 449, World Novel I, II
  ENG 451, 452, English Novel I, II
  ENG 475, Modern Poetry
  ENG 478, 479, American Novel I, II
Select three Period courses, with at least 
  one from each category:                           12
  ENG 305, 306, 307, English 
    Literature I, II, III
  ENG 308, 309, American Literature I, II
Select one Shakespeare course:                       4
  ENG 361, Shakespeare, The Early Plays
  ENG 362, Shakespeare, The Later Plays
Select one Major Literary Figures course             4
  ENG 410, Studies in Major British Writers
  ENG 411, Studies in Major American Writers
  ENG 414, Studies in Major World Writers
Select two Comparative/Cultural Studies courses
  one from each category:                            8
  Category A: World Literature
    ENG 328, 329, World Literature I, II
  Category B: Multicultural Literature
    ENG 247, Multicultural Literature
    ENG 330, African American Literature
    ENG 331, Chicano Literature
    ENG 332, Native American Literature
    ENG 333, Asian American Literature
ENG 321, Grammar in the Classroom                    4
ENG 423, History of the Language                     4
Select one Writing course:                           4
  ENG 212, Fiction Writing
  ENG 213, Poetry Writing
  ENG 310, Technical Writing
  ENG 312, Advanced Fiction Writing
  ENG 313, Advanced Poetry Writing
  ENG 314, Advanced Nonfiction Writing
 *ENG 422, Teaching Young Adult Literature           4
**ENG 430, Teaching English in the 
  Secondary School                                   4
***ENG 492, Practicum                                2
ENG 489, Senior Colloquium                           2

                                          Total     64

 *Prerequisite, admission to Teacher Education and 15 credits of professional sequence.  
**Prerequisite, EDCS 311 and 28 credits in English.
***Requires concurrent enrollment in ENG 430.

 

Language Arts Major (4450)

This major satisfies the Primary endorsement for English/Language Arts.

Students in this major must complete the Professional Education Program requirements for secondary certification available through the Department of Curriculum and Supervision. Students working toward a 4-12 certification who are preparing to teach at the junior high or middle school level might consider combining this major with a Teaching Social Science major or with a Teaching History minor since many middle level schools block their language arts and social studies classes.

Students in this major are expected to complete English 302, Poetry and Poetics and English 303, Principles of English Studies prior to enrolling in other upper division major requirements. English 422, 430, and 492 are required prior to student teaching. English 430 and 492 must be taken concurrently. All other major requirements must be completed before or be completed concurrently with enrollment in ENG 489. Enrollment in English 489 is by permission.

Required Courses                                  Credits

ENG 302, Poetry and Poetics                          4
ENG 303, Principles of English Studies               4
Select one Period course from each group:            8
  ENG 305, 306, 307, English 
    Literature I, II, III
  ENG 308, 309 American Literature I, II
ENG 314, Advanced Nonfiction Writing OR              4
  ENG 310, Technical Writing
ENG 321, Grammar in the Classroom                    4
ENG 423, History of the Language                     4
ENG 328, World Literature I  OR
  ENG 329, World Literature II                       4
At least one of the following:                       4
  ENG 247, Multicultural Literature
  ENG 330, African American Literature
  ENG 331, Chicano Literature
  ENG 332, Native American Literature
  ENG 333, Asian American Literature
ENG 361, Shakespeare, The Early Plays  OR 
  ENG 362, Shakespeare, The Later Plays              4
* ENG 422. Teaching Young Adult Literature           4
**ENG 430, Teaching English in the 
  Secondary School                                   4
***ENG 492, Practicum                                2
ENG 489, Senior Colloquium                           2
TH 312, Creative Dramatics in School 
  and Leisure                                        3
COM 201, Introduction to Mass Media                  4
COM 208, Writing Across the Media                    4

                                          Total     63

*Prerequisite, admission to Teacher Education and 15 credits of professional sequence.  
**Prerequisite, EDCS 311 and 28 credits in English.
***Requires concurrent enrollment in ENG 430.
English Minor (3050)

Required Courses                                 Credits

ENG 302, Poetry and Poetics                          4
ENG 303, Principles of English Studies               4
Select two Period courses                            8
  ENG 305, 306, 307, English 
    Literature I, II, III
  ENG 308, 309, American Literature I, II
Select one Major Literary Figures course:            4
  ENG 361, Shakespeare: The Early Plays
  ENG 362, Shakespeare: The Later Plays
  ENG 410, Studies in Major British Writers
  ENG 411, Studies in Major American Writers
  ENG 414, Studies in Major World Writers
Select one Comparative/Cultural Studies course:      4
  ENG 328, World Literature I
  ENG 329, World Literature II
  ENG 330, African American Literature
  ENG 331, Chicano Literature
  ENG 332, Native American Literature
  ENG 333, Asian American Literature
  ENG 335, Studies in Women's Literature
  ENG 344, Studies in Film
  ENG 345, Popular Culture
Select one Language course:                          4
  ENG 304, English Linguistics
  ENG 320, English Grammar
  ENG 423, History of the Language
  ENG 413, Studies in Language
Select one Writing course:                           4
  ENG 212, Fiction Writing
  ENG 213, Poetry Writing
  ENG 314, Advanced Nonfiction Writing

                                          Total     32

 

English: Teaching Minor (3053)

This minor meets the current Washington State requirements for endorsement in English.
English 430 is required prior to student teaching.

Required Courses                                 Credits

ENG 247, Multicultural Literature		     4
ENG 303, Principles of English Studies               4
Select one English Literature Course:                4
  ENG 305, 306, 307, English 
    Literature I, II, III
Select one American Literature Course:               4
  ENG 308, 309 American Literature I, II
ENG 320, English Grammar			     4
Select one Comparative/Cultural Studies course:      4
  ENG 328, World Literature I
  ENG 329, World Literature II     
Select one creative writing course:		     4
  ENG 212, Fiction Writing 
  ENG 213, Poetry Writing
  ENG 314, Advanced Nonfiction Writing					
ENG 422, Teaching Young Adult Literature	     4
*ENG 430, Teaching English in the 
  Secondary School                                   4
ENG 492, Practicum				     2

                                        Total       38

*Prerequisite, EDCS 311 and 28 credits in English.
 This course required prior to student teaching.
 
Creative Writing Minor (2180)

Required Courses                                  Credits

ENG 302, Poetry and Poetics                           4
ENG 303, Principles of English Studies                4
Select three Writing courses:                        12
  ENG 212, Fiction writing
  ENG 213, Poetry Writing
  ENG 312, Advanced Fiction Writing
  ENG 313, Advanced Poetry Writing
  ENG 314, Advanced Nonfiction Writing
  ENG 412, Advanced Writing Seminar
Elective credits in English (ENG 304 and above)       8

                                           Total     28

The Business and Professional Communications Minor has been put on reserve

English Courses

ENG 100D. Developmental English (1-4). Course may be repeated. A study of basic English grammar and conventional usage to improve sentence-level writing skills, with a reading component to improve comprehension as a foundation for academic writing. Credits will bot be allowed toward meeting Bachelor’s degree requirement. Grade will be S or U. Formerly English 100U.

ENG 100E. English as a Second Language (2-8). May be repeated. Intensive, small group instruction for students for whom English is a second language, including preparation for the TOEFL examination and other aspects of English for university study. Credits will not be allowed toward meeting Bachelor's degree requirements.

ENG 100S. Basic English Spelling (3). Required of all students whose verbal skills scores indicate deficiencies in spelling. May be repeated. A study of the basic sound-to-spelling correspondences and basic spelling processes in modern American English. The work that the student does will be determined by a diagnostic pre-test. Credits will not be allowed toward meeting Bachelor's degree requirements. Grade will be S or U.

ENG 100T. Transitional English (4). Course may be repeated. A study of academic written English with review of sentence and paragraph-level skills, such as word usage, sentence structure, organization, grammar, and mechanics with a reading component to improve comprehension of academic English; students will learn to write unified, coherent paragraphs and short compositions. Credits will not be allowed toward meeting Bachelor's degree requirements. Grade will be S or U. Formerly English 100G.

ENG 100W. Remedial Writing, Basic Writing Skills (1-2). May be repeated. Individualized work in basic writing skills of drafting, editing, and proofreading. Intended for students whose problems are less generalized than those dealt with in English 100T. Credits will not be allowed toward meeting Bachelor's degree requirements. Grade will be S or U.

ENG 101. English Composition (4). Prerequisite, adequate ACT, CPT or SAT scores. Develops writing skill in expository prose. Required of all students except those who have passed an exemption examination. A grade of C- or better is required in ENG 101 before taking ENG 102 or Section I of the Breadth Requirements; Arts and Humanities - Literature and the Humanities.

ENG 102. English Composition (4). Prerequisite, a minimum grade of of C- received in ENG 101 or exemption from ENG 101. Develops skills in expression, inquiry, reasoning and research through composing academic essays. 

ENG 105. The Literary Imagination: An Introduction to Literature (4). Human experience as it is imagined, interpreted, and made significant in the poetry, prose, fiction, and drama of the major writers of the world.  For general education (breadth) credit, prerequisite: Grade of C- or above in ENG 101; must be taken for grade.

ENG 180. Introduction to Linguistics (5). Backgrounds, developments, and relation to other fields of study. Same as ANTH 180. Students may not receive credit for both.

ENG 212. Fiction Writing (4).

ENG 213. Poetry Writing (4).

ENG 235. Studies in Folklore (4). Analysis of literature of oral folk traditions as recorded in tales, songs, fables, anecdotes, toasts and ballads.

ENG 241. The Bible (4). A literary study of the canonical and non-canonical prose and poetry of the ancient Israelites in various translations; New Testament selections illustrate the continuity of ancient literary tradition. Previous critical study of literature is recommended. Formerly ENG 341.

ENG 242. Literature and Myth (4). Concepts and forms of myth in representative Western and non-Western literature. Formerly ENG 342.

ENG 247. Multicultural Literature (4). Prerequisite, grade of C- or above in ENG 101. Literary themes examined through the comparisons of works from various cultures.

ENG 296. Individual Study (1-6).

ENG 298. Special Topics (1-6).

ENG 299. Seminar (1-5).

ENG 301. English Composition (4). Prerequisites, English 102 and junior standing. Upper division work in expository prose with emphasis on style and logic.

ENG 302. Poetry and Poetics (4). Offers practice in the interpretive reading of poetry, focusing on the elements of poetry and poetic theory.

ENG 303. Principles of English Studies (4). Prerequisite, ENG 302. Provides critical reading and writing strategies necessary to studies in English; introduces the expectations and requirements of the major. Formerly ENG 300. Students may not receive credit for both.

ENG 304. English Linguistics (4). Students learn to perform linguistic analysis of aspects of English and to use linguistic concepts to examine literary texts.

ENG 305. English Literature I (4). Historical and critical studies in English literature from Beowulf through Milton.  Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 306. English Literature II (4). Historical and critical studies in English literature from 1660-1832. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 307. English Literature III (4). Historical and critical studies in English literature from 1832 to present. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 308. American Literature I (4). Historical and critical studies in American literature from the beginning to 1865. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 309. American Literature II (4). Historical and critical studies in American literature from 1865 to the present. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 310. Technical Writing (4). Prerequisite, ENG 102 and junior standing. Practice in writing and editing technical reports. 

ENG 312. Advanced Fiction Writing (4). Prerequisite, ENG 212 or instructor's permission.

ENG 313. Advanced Poetry Writing (4). Prerequisite, ENG 213 or instructor's permission.

ENG 314. Advanced Nonfiction Writing (4). Prerequisite, ENG 301 or equivalent. A creative writing course in which students will write and read essays.

ENG 320. English Grammar (4). A review of the concepts and terminology of traditional grammar, the parts of speech and their functions in sentences, the elements of the sentence and its various patterns.

ENG 321. Grammar in the Classroom (4). This course offers students the opportunity to learn concepts and theories of English grammar and to explore ways to integrate grammar into their teaching.

ENG 328. World Literature I (4). Poetry and prose of both Western and non-Western civilization to 1500. Formerly ENG 248. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 329. World Literature II (4). Poetry and prose of both Western and non-Western civilization from 1500 to the present. Formerly ENG 249. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 330. African American Literature (4). Study of literature by African Americans. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 331. Chicano Literature (4). An overview of Mexican-American writing. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 332. Native American Literature (4). Study of literature by American Indians. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 333. Asian American Literature (4). Study of literature by Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, and other Asian/American writers. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 335. Studies in Women's Literature (4). Examines women's literature in light of contemporary feminist literary theories. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 340. The Short Story (4). Extensive reading and analysis of short stories, including both older and modern writers. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 344. Studies in Film (4). The study of film as an art form, a technological system, an industry, and a social force. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 345. Popular Culture (4). Literary and critical study of popular modes, media, genres, and subgenres. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 361. Shakespeare: The Earlier Plays (4). Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 362. Shakespeare: The Later Plays (4). Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 381. British Drama (4). Origins to the present. Selections to be determined by the instructor. Same as TH 381. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 383. Literary and Critical Theory (4). An investigation of the theory and practice of various critical perspectives and strategies as they inform the study of literary texts. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 391. Workshop (1-5).

ENG 398. Special Topics (1-6).

ENG 410. Studies in Major British Writers (4). Intensive study of one or two writers. May be repeated for credit under a different subtitle. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 411. Studies in Major American Writers (4). Intensive study of one or two writers. May be repeated for credit under a different subtitle. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 412. Advanced Writing Seminar (4). Prerequisite, one of the following: ENG 310, 312, 313, 314. May be repeated for a maximum of twelve credits.

ENG 413. Studies in Language (4). Investigation into one or more topics from the study of language - its grammar, its rhetoric, or its aesthetics. Recent topics include "Theories of Style," "Language and Meaning," "Morphology, Semantics and Spelling," and "Advanced Syntax." May be repeated for credit under a different subtitle.

ENG 414. Studies in Major World Writers (4). An intensive study of one to three writers. May be repeated for credit under a different subtitle. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 422. Teaching Young Adult Literature (4). A study of literature written for middle level and early high school students. Prerequisite, admission to Teacher Education Program and completion of at least 15 credits of professional sequence. Prerequisite to EDCS 442, Student Teaching. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 423. History of the Language (4). In this course, students examine the systematic, evolutionary nature of language by focusing on the development of the English language. Formerly ENG 322.

ENG 430. Teaching English in the Secondary School (4). Prerequisite, EDCS 311 and 28 credits in English or permission of the instructor.  This class is required prior to student teaching. Must enroll concurrently in ENG 492.

ENG 448. World Novel I (4). Earlier outstanding world novels in translation. Formerly ENG 348. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 449. World Novel II (4). Outstanding modern world novels in translation. Formerly ENG 349. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 451. The English Novel I (4). Intensive study of representative English novels of the 18th and earlier 19th centuries. Formerly ENG 351. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 452. The English Novel II (4). Intensive study of representative English novels of the later 19th and 20th centuries. Formerly EN 352. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 475. Modern Poetry (4). Study of the major poets and the major developments in the poetry of the modern world, particularly in England and the United States. Formerly ENG 375. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 478. American Novel I (4). Intensive study of representative American novels from the beginning of American literature to 1939. Formerly ENG 379. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 479. American Novel II (4). Intensive study of representative American novels from 1940 to the present. Formerly ENG 380. Students may not receive credit for both. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 480. Survey of Linguistics (4). Linguistic concepts and the relation between linguistics and other fields of study. Open to seniors and graduate students only. Same as ANTH 480. Students may not receive credit for both.

ENG 489. Senior Colloquium (2). Prerequisites, all other major requirements completed or to be completed concurrently with enrollment in this course; admission by permission. Students prepare an end-of-major portfolio which illustrates their competence in interpreting, composing, and for teaching majors, instructional planning. Prerequisites for English Majors, English Teaching Majors and Language Arts Majors only: English 302 and 303.

ENG 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. Requires a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated for a total of 12 credits. Grade will be S or U.

ENG 491. Workshop (1-10). Designed to give an opportunity for individual and group study of problems in the teaching of English.

ENG 492. Practicum (2). Prerequisite, EDCS 311 and 28 credits of English or permission of the instructor. Practice planning instruction, teaching, and assessing learning. Must enroll concurrently in ENG 430.

ENG 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor.

ENG 498. Special Topics (1-6).

ENG 499. Seminar (1-5).