ENGL 6154 Non Fiction Writing Workshop 3 cr A workshop in advanced non fiction

Engl 6154 non fiction writing workshop 3 cr a

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ENGL 6154 Non-Fiction Writing Workshop 3 cr. A workshop in advanced non-fiction writing. May be repeated once for credit only with consent of department. ENGL 6161 Writing Fiction 3 cr. Admission by permission of the department. Training in the writing of short stories and novels. May be repeated for credit. ENGL 6163 Writing Poetry 3 cr. Admission by permission of the department. Training in the writing of poetry. May be repeated for credit. ENGL 6171 Intensive Fiction Writing 3 cr. Admission by permission of the department. Training in the writing of short stories and novels, taught in an intensive (short term) format, in residence. May be repeated for credit. ENGL 6173 Intensive Poetry Writing 3 cr. Admission by permission of the department. Training in the writing of poetry, taught in an intensive (short term) format, in residence. May be repeated for credit. ENGL 6174 Intensive Non-Fiction Writing Workshop 3 cr. A workshop in advanced non-fiction writing, taught in an intensive (short term) format, in residence. May be repeated for credit with con- sent of department. ENGL 6191 Remote Fiction Writing 3 cr. Admission by permission of the department. Training in the writing of short stories and novels taught via distance learning techniques. May be repeated for credit. ENGL 6193 Remote Poetry Writing 3 cr. Admission by permission of the department. Training in the writing of poetry taught via distance learning techniques. May be repeated for credit. ENGL 6194 Remote Non-Fiction Writing Workshop 3 cr. A workshop in advanced non-fiction writing taught via distance-learn- ing techniques. May be repeated for credit with consent of department. ENGL 6230 Premodern Sources of English Literature 3 cr. A survey of the ancient and medieval texts that have most profoundly influenced the English literary tradition.
Courses of Instruction/241 ENGL 6231 Literary Theory 3 cr. The discipline and practice of literary theory. The course will focus on twentieth-century developments in the field. ENGL 6232 Modern Rhetoric & Composition 3 cr. Developments in Modern Rhetoric and Composition. ENGL 6240 Nonfiction 3 cr. Study of the genres of nonfiction. ENGL 6243 Poetry 3 cr. Study of poetry as a genre. ENGL 6245 The Novel 3 cr. Study of the novel as a genre. ENGL 6246 Drama 3 cr. Study of drama as a genre. ENGL 6247 The Short Story 3 cr. Study of the short story as a genre. ENGL 6280 Introduction to Graduate Studies in English 3 cr. ENGL 6281 Introduction to Composition Studies Theory and Practice 3 cr. ENGL 6370 Studies in Comparative Literature 3 cr. ENGL 6390 Special Studies in Language and Literature 3 cr. ENGL 6397 Directed Study 3 cr. Readings, conferences, reports, and a research paper under the direc- tion of a member of the graduate faculty. The student defines the topic in consultation with the faculty member and then obtains approval of the Coordinator of Graduate Studies in English. May be repeated once for credit.

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