ENG-200 Texts and Contexts (3 credit hours)
An intertextual course offering continued instruction and practice in reading, writing, and research skills Further emphasis on information literacy through required library modules. Students explore a variety of texts and learn to put them in their literary, social, historical,and cultural contexts. Prerequisite: ENG-111.
ENG-320 Young Adult Literature (3 credit hours)
A course in literature for young adults, with emphasis on classics and trends in realistic fiction or problem novels, historical fiction, science fiction and fantasy, nonfiction, and poetry geared toward young adult audiences. A brief overview of classic chapter books in children’s literature serves as a backdrop. The course likewise incorporates trends and issues in young adult literacy and pertinent critical stances. This course fulfills the general education literature requirement.
|Full Summer||ENG-930-A||Community Internship||Duncan||1-4||OFF||CAMPUS|
|First Six Week||ENG-200-A||Texts and Contexts||Staff||3||JOY||105||MTWH||1:00 PM||2:30 PM|
|First Three Week||ENG-320-A||Young Adult Literature||Roberts||3||JOY||105||MTWHF||9:30 AM||12:30 PM|
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