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    University of Louisiana Lafayette
   
 
  Jan 20, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions



To enroll in any 400-level course, students must be admitted to the Upper Division; to enroll in a 400(G)-level course in which there are graduate students, students must have junior or higher standing.

*LCCN indicates Louisiana Common Course Number.

 

English

General prerequisites for all 200 and 300-level courses: "C" or better in ENGL 102, ESOL 102, ENGL 115, or advanced placement. Students not meeting prerequisites may enroll with permission of instructor.

General Prerequisite for all 400 level courses: UPPER-DIVISION STANDING, At least 60 hours of credit toward a degree and 9 hours English credit at the 200-300 level. Students not meeting prerequisites may enroll with permission of instructor.

   •  ENGL 380 - Readings in Literature By Women
   •  ENGL 381 - The Scripture As Literature
   •  ENGL 402G - Survey of Old English Literature
   •  ENGL 403G - English Novel I
   •  ENGL 404G - English Novel II
   •  ENGL 405G - History of the English Language
   •  ENGL 406G - Survey of Restoration and Eighteenth Century British Literature
   •  ENGL 408G - Advanced Creative Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 409G - Form in Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 411G - English Literature of the Sixteenth Century
   •  ENGL 412G - Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama
   •  ENGL 413G - Chaucer
   •  ENGL 414G - Milton
   •  ENGL 415G - Major Writers in Restoration and Eighteenth Century British Literature
   •  ENGL 416G - Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature and Culture
   •  ENGL 417G - Survey of Medieval English Literature
   •  ENGL 420G - Issues in Nineteenth Century Literature
   •  ENGL 423G - Shakespeare: The Early Plays
   •  ENGL 424G - Shakespeare: The Later Plays
   •  ENGL 425G - Semantics
   •  ENGL 426G - English Literature of the Seventeenth Century
   •  ENGL 427G - The British Romantic Era
   •  ENGL 428G - The Victorian Era
   •  ENGL 429G - American Renaissance
   •  ENGL 430G - Southern Literature
   •  ENGL 432G - American Folklore
   •  ENGL 433G - Approaches to African American Literature
   •  ENGL 435G - American Realism and Naturalism
   •  ENGL 437G - Early American Literature
   •  ENGL 440G - Folklore and Literature
   •  ENGL 441G - Restoration and Eighteenth Century Drama
   •  ENGL 442G - Modern American Drama
   •  ENGL 443G - Issues in Modern Poetry
   •  ENGL 444G - Movements in Modern Poetry
   •  ENGL 445G - Modern American Fiction
   •  ENGL 446G - Fiction Workshop
   •  ENGL 449G - Louisiana Folklore Fieldwork
   •  ENGL 450G - History of Children's Literature
   •  ENGL 452G - Language, Culture and Society
   •  ENGL 455G - Topics in Linguistics
   •  ENGL 456G - Approaches to Literature
   •  ENGL 457G - Classical Rhetoric
   •  ENGL 458G - Investigating Text and Talk
   •  ENGL 459G - Literary Theory and Practical Criticism
   •  ENGL 460G - Themes and Issues in Children's Literature
   •  ENGL 462G - Special Projects in Professional Writing
   •  ENGL 463G - Professional Writing Practicum
   •  ENGL 464G - Special Topics in Rhetoric and Composition
   •  ENGL 466G - Modern Irish Literature and Culture
   •  ENGL 467G - Modern British Literature and Culture
   •  ENGL 470G - Genres in Children's Literature
   •  ENGL 472G - Professional Writing
   •  ENGL 473G - Professional Editing
   •  ENGL 474G - Document Design
   •  ENGL 475G - Rhetoric of Film
   •  ENGL 476G - Non-Fiction Workshop
   •  ENGL 482G - Folklore Genres
   •  ENGL 484G - Feminist Literary Criticism
   •  ENGL 490 - Senior Seminar
   •  ENGL 496G - Major Literary Figures
   •  ENGL 497G - Special Projects I
   •  ENGL 498G - Special Projects II
   •  ENGL 499G - Special Topics in English
   •  ENGL 500 - Professional Colloquium
   •  ENGL 501 - Teaching College English
   •  ENGL 502 - Old English Grammar and Readings
   •  ENGL 503 - Beowulf
   •  ENGL 505 - Medieval Studies
   •  ENGL 506 - Principles of Linguistics
   •  ENGL 509 - College English Practicum
   •  ENGL 510 - Shakespeare and Contemporaries
   •  ENGL 511 - Problems in the Drama Exclusive of the Renaissance
   •  ENGL 513 - Studies in Chaucer
   •  ENGL 515 - Sixteenth Century Studies
   •  ENGL 520 - Seventeenth Century Studies
   •  ENGL 525 - Eighteenth Century Studies
   •  ENGL 529 - Studies in Nineteenth Century British Literature
   •  ENGL 530 - Nineteenth Century Studies
   •  ENGL 531 - Folklore in Culture
   •  ENGL 532 - Studies in Folklore and Literature
   •  ENGL 533 - Studies in Ethnic Literature
   •  ENGL 539 - Studies in Twentieth Century British Literature
   •  ENGL 540 - Twentieth Century Studies
   •  ENGL 549 - Studies in Early American Literature
   •  ENGL 550 - Studies in Nineteenth Century American Literature
   •  ENGL 551 - Studies in Twentieth Century American Literature
   •  ENGL 553 - Seminar in Linguistics
   •  ENGL 555 - Modern Composition Theory
   •  ENGL 556 - Seminar in Rhetoric
   •  ENGL 558 - Seminar in Women's Studies and Feminist Theory
   •  ENGL 560 - Seminar in Literary Theory
   •  ENGL 561 - Syntax, Morphology, and Semantics for ESOL Teachers
   •  ENGL 562 - Applied Phonetics and Pronunciation Teaching
   •  ENGL 563 - Second Language Acquisition in TESOL
   •  ENGL 564 - TESOL Practicum
   •  ENGL 570 - Seminar in Children's and Young Adult Literature and Media
   •  ENGL 580 - Advanced Creative Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 581 - Advanced Study of the Theory, History, and Practice of Teaching Creative Writing.
   •  ENGL 592 - Writing Practicum
   •  ENGL 593 - Professional Writing Practicum
 

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