EDUC 1003, Reading-Writing Workshop (0 credits, 30 classroom hours)
This non-credit, fast-track workshop is designed to help students refresh their skills in essay writing, grammar, and reading comprehension. The workshop will be particularly beneficial for students placing at the intensive level but are open to all students.  At the end of the workshop, students may retake a placement test to see if they can progress to College Level or College Level with Embedded Support.. (Existing course, published May 2014) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*003, Foundations of Reading   (3 credits) 
Enables students to develop practical and college reading skills. Emphasis placed on reading comprehension and learning techniques. Placement according to test scores. Credit does not count toward meeting degree requirements. This course was discontinued as of the Fall 2014 semester. (Updated November 2014)

ENG*013, Writing Foundations of English (3 credits) 
Enables students to capture thoughts in complete, correct sentences. Intensive work in the structure of clauses, spelling, vocabulary. Readings included. Placement according to test scores. Credit does not count toward meeting degree requirements. This course is discontinued as of the Fall 2014 semester. (Updated November 2014)

ENG*063, Writing: Introduction to the Essay (3 credits) 
Leads students from the paragraph to the essay. Focus on how to develop a thesis, maintain coherence, develop evidence. Instruction in grammar and punctuation; exercises in spelling and vocabulary. Readings included. Placement according to test scores or a grade of “C” or better in either ENG*013 or ESL*173. Credit does not count toward meeting degree requirements. This course is discontinued as of the Fall 2014 semester. (Updated November 2014)

ENG*073, Academic Reading   (3 credits) 
Designed to improve textbook comprehension in all of the content areas. Emphasis placed on specific skills that facilitate better learning: determining main ideas, differentiating between primary and secondary details, identifying organizational patterns, and summarizing and paraphrasing. Placement according to test scores or completion of ENG*003 with grade of “C” or better. Credit does not count toward meeting degree requirements. This course is discontinued as of the Fall 2014 semester.
(Updated November 2014)

ENG*096, Introduction to College English (6 credits)
Prepares students for the reading and writing demands in Composition and other college-level courses by integrating reading, writing, and critical thinking. Student writing will focus on understanding, reporting on, reacting to, and analyzing the ideas of others. Texts will serve as models and sources for students to refine their skills in exposition, interpretation, and argumentation. Students learn and practice specific college-level skills through critical reading and writing, class discussions, lectures, group presentations, or workshops. This course does not satisfy an English requirement or an elective in any degree program, nor do its credits count toward graduation. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

The Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) gives students with higher developmental placement scores the opportunity to pass college-ready ENG*101 during the same semester. Students must register for special, linked sections of both ENG*063-ALP and ENG*101-ALP. Prerequisites: by Placement Exam or Recommendation of Instructor.

ENG*063-ALP, Writing: Introduction to the Essay (3 credits) 
Leads students from the paragraph to the essay. Focus on how to develop a thesis, maintain coherence, develop evidence. Instruction in grammar and punctuation; exercises in spelling and vocabulary. Readings included. This course does not satisfy an English requirement or an elective in any degree program, nor do its credits count toward graduation. Available only to students who place into, or are recommended for, the Accelerated Learning Program.   Students must also register for ENG*101-ALP during the same semester. (Existing course, published May 2014)(Updated November 2014)

ENG*101, Composition (3 credits)
ENG*101-ALP, Composition
Students will develop written texts of varying lengths and styles for different audiences and purposes.  They will respond to rhetorical situations, use sources, craft logical arguments, apply language conventions, and formulate effective writing strategies. This is an “L” course. Reading Prerequisite: ENG* 073 or ESL *173 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement, or SAT/ACT scores; Writing Prerequisites: ENG *063 with a grade of “C” or better; or placement; or SAT/ACT scores; or ENG*096 with a grade of “C” or better. (Existing course, published November 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*101E, Composition Embedded (3 credits/4 contact hours)
Composition focuses on the study and practice of effective written communication across a variety of rhetorical situations. The course develops skills in applying language conventions, engaging with and using authoritative sources, and crafting logical arguments. Composition with Embedded support meets the same outcomes as ENG*101, but offers students additional support through supplemental instruction, increased time on task, focused workshops, and/or tutoring. Reading Prerequisite: ENG* 073 or ESL *173 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement, or SAT/ACT scores; Writing Prerequisites:  ENG *063 with a grade of “C-” or better; or placement; or SAT/ACT scores; or ENG*096 with a grade of “C” or better.  This is an “L” course.  (Existing course, published March 2014) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*102, Literature and Composition   (3 credits) 
Students will learn how to develop interpretations of literature through reading short fiction, poetry, drama, and essays.  They will be introduced to literary terminology and to standard critical approaches. They will also learn how to use source materials in order to clearly express their views about literature in several argumentative essays, which includes at least one research essay.  This is an “L” course.  Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 with a “C” or better . (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*110, Introduction to Literature  (3 credits) 
This course provides an introduction to fiction, drama, and poetry through reading literature from different genres, historical periods, and of various styles. Students will learn the elements of fiction, the basics for reading drama, and an introduction to poetics in order to conduct literary analyses.  Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 with a “C” or better. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*200, Advanced Composition (3 credits) 
A thorough study of rhetoric, prose style, argumentation, and editing through sophisticated non-fiction readings.   Minimum of three extensive essays with various levels of research.  This is an “L” course. This may not be used as a 200 level literature course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 with a “B-” or better.  (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*202, Technical Writing   (3 credits) 
Practice and analysis of formats used in scientific and industrial writing. This is an “L” course. This may not be used as a 200-level literature course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 . (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*210, Fiction  (3 credits) 
Students will analyze different forms of fiction to critique its elements and to learn the history of the genre. Students will write analytical essays, including at least one with research. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*211, Short Story  (3 credits) 
Reading and analysis of the short story from the 19th century to the present.  Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required.  This is an “L” course. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*213, Poetry  (3 credits) 
This course is an introduction to poetry as a literary genre. Students will learn the elements of poetry and standard critical approaches to read and analyze poems from different historical periods and of various styles. Students will write analytical essays, including at least one with research. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*214, Drama (3 credits) 
Reading and analysis of major works of dramatic literature.  Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required.  This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*218, Autobiography  (3 credits) 
Reading and analysis of major works of classic and contemporary autobiographical writings.  Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required.   This is an “L” course. This is a “D” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*220, Studies in American Literature  (3 credits)
Reading and analysis of the American novel since World War II. Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required.  This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*221, American Literature I (3 credits)
Reading and analysis of major works of American literature from early American through the mid-nineteenth century.  Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*222, American Literature II (3 credits) 
Reading and analysis of major works of American literature from the mid-nineteenth century through the present.  Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required.  This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*231, British Literature I (3 credits)
Reading and analysis of major works of British literature from Old English through the 18th century.  Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required.  This is an “L” course.  Prerequisites: Either ENG*101, ENG*101E, or ENG*101ALP and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*232, British Literature II  (3 credits) 
Reading and analysis of major works of British literature from the Romantics through the present.  Focus on literary and historical context, close reading, and interpretation.  Researched essays are required. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*233, Shakespeare (3 credits) 
A study of the major plays of Shakespeare with special emphasis on the histories and comedies. Focus on literary and historical context, and close reading and analysis of Shakespeare’s poetics and characters.  Researched essays are required. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*234, Shakespeare II  (3 credits) 
A study of the major plays of Shakespeare with special emphasis on the tragedies and romances. Focus on literary and historical context, and close reading and analysis of Shakespeare’s poetics and characters.  Researched essays are required. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*262, Women in Literature (3 credits) Students will explore the contributions of women authors to literature by reading and analyzing works by women.  These works represent the traditional genres of poetry and fiction in addition to autobiography/memoir, diary, speech, and essay.  Students will explore feminist literary theory and criticism as well as investigate the roles played by class, sexual orientation, and culture. Students will write analytical essays, including at least one with research. This is an “L” course. This is a “D” course.  Prerequisites:Either  ENG*101, ENG*101E, or ENG*101ALP and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*281, Creative Writing (3 credits)   
Students will learn and practice the craft elements of writing poetry, fiction, and/or non-fiction, examine the works of writers in the genres, and receive and offer critique in workshop setting.  Students will submit end of semester portfolio and work for possible publication in Pegasus literary journal.  Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*282, Creative Writing – Poetry (3 credits)   
Is a continuation of creative writing skills begun in ENG*281, Creative Writing, focusing exclusively on the technique of writing poetry.  Students will continue to study, model, and practice the craft elements of writing poetry, providing and receiving critique in a workshop setting.  Revision, reading, and submission for possible publication will be emphasized.   Prerequisite:  ENG*281. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*283, Creative Writing – Fiction (3 credits)     
Focuses on the elements and techniques of fiction writing.  Students will study examples of fiction and discuss and practice elements of craft, such as character, conflict development, dialogue, and point of view.  Student will write fiction and discuss their work in a workshop environment.  Prerequisite:  ENG*281.(Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*285, Memoir Writing (3 credits)    
The primary focus of the class will be creating personal essays – writing may include travel or political pieces, memoir, interviews, or other forms of nonfiction.  Students will share, discuss, and revise their work.  Students will read a wide range of published nonfiction, write reflectively about the published essays, and model the work of established authors. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 with a “B-” or better. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*291, Mythology (3 credits)  
This course will explore mythology from ancient to modern periods. Students will read and analyze myths, explore critical approaches, and assess its impact on society. Students will write analytical essays, including at least one with research. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)

ENG*298, Special Topics in English  (3 credits) 
An in-depth exploration of a specialized topic in literature.  Researched essays are required. This is an “L” course. Prerequisite: Either ENG*101ALP, ENG*101E, or ENG*101 and either ENG*102 or ENG*110. (Existing course, published September 2013) (Updated November 2014)