ENGLISH CAREER PREPARATION ENG 298: FALL 2013 Special Topics in Writing Course Offering 2:30-3:45 T/R What can you do with an English major? After this class, you will be able to answer this question with confidence. Description: A major in English provides a student with many career possibilities, several of which many not be obvious
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ENG 319/522-01: Spenser and Milton: Radicals Making a Tradition (Kietzman) TR 12:30-1:45 pm Edmund Spenser and John Milton are the two greatest writers of epic in English during the Renaissance. Both men were also politicians who tried to influence public affairs through their writings. Spenser was born only a few years before the beginning of
Congratulations to the Class of 2012! We’re proud of your accomplishments and we hope that you’ll stay in touch with us. Let us know where you’re headed in the comments section. Here are just a few highlights of our graduating students: Roger Austin (MA in English Language & Literature) was accepted to the PhD program
Still looking for courses to take next semester? Below are just a few of the offerings in English and Linguistics. (Click on the underlined links for more information.) As always, faculty are available for advising. Check out the “Advising” tab for a list of advisors. ENG/LIN 244 – Structure of English (TR 4:00-5:15 pm) with
A note to English majors: ENG 307 (English Travelers to the Middle East: Cross-Cultural Perspectives) fulfills the pre-1800 British Literature requirement. ENG/MES 307-01 (CRN 14833) M/W 2:30-3:45 with Dr. Mary Jo Kietzman, who recently returned from Kazakhstan Email Dr. Kietzman with any questions at: email@example.com
Are you thinking about enrolling in English 400-01 (Capstone Seminar: Zora Neale Hurston & Richard Wright) in Winter 2011 but haven’t done so yet? If you’re interested in the course, please don’t delay in registering. The English Department has to decide whether to cut this and other courses with low enrollments by Friday, December 17, 2010.