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Division: Graduate

To satisfy the requirements of this course, students must demonstrate "acceptable" competency on each of 5 portfolio artifacts specified in the Portfolio Manual and on each of 6 qualifying exam questions specified in the Qualifying Examination Manual. Each of the competencies will be evaluated by faculty in accordance with procedures contained in the manuals. Grading is S (Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory).
0.00
Spring
Graduate
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In this course the candidate implements the research proposal developed in the applied research courses. A full research report (dissertation) is written and orally defended before a panel of faculty.
12.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Graduate
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This course is available by special arrangement with instructor. Certain prerequisites may apply and certain course fees and/or additional assessment expenses may be required. Prerequisite: EdD Program Director approval
1.00-3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Graduate
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Division: Undergraduate

In this course you will practice academic writing and develop your capacity to understand and communicate the written word, particularly through the use of modern information resources. After a period of evaluation and development of your skills in writing and essential college-level information literacy, you will then spend the majority of the course drafting and revising four clear, precise essays involving the effective use of academic information resources, while working through the process of completing an annotated working bibliography as part of a full research project on a current social issue.
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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English 1111 is the second of two courses designed to develop your writing and prepare you for assignments to be encountered during your educational career - both in the writing of research and in the reading of literature - but more importantly, giving you, as a college student, a firm foundation for full participation in the world of ideas. During the semester you will read and analyze works of shorter fiction, poetry, and drama, write analysis exercises, and conduct research on works of literature.
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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In this course you will study and practice of creative writing in shorter fiction, poetry, and the personal essay. You will read a variety of works and study creative and effective use of the written word while drafting and revising your own creative works through the process of peer review. You are expected to publish a work created for the course in the school's student magazine in order to receive credit. Prerequisite: ENG 1110
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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In this course you will read and study essays written by a number of established storytellers and essayists and use these models to produce your own nonfictional narratives. Course work includes immersion in invention techniques such as free writing, clustering, listing, etc., practice with using vivid details and sensory language to develop a narrative, and experimentation with dialogue. A portfolio of finished works is required. Prerequisite: ENG 1111.
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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This course is an overview of the major developments in literary theory in the 20th and 21st centuries, during which you will be introduced to major approaches in contemporary critical theory. Prerequisite: ENG 1111
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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In this course you will focus on the literary contributions of significant American authors throughout the early history of what would become the Unites States of America, continuing to the mid-18th Century and the Civil War. You will read a variety of literature - shorter fiction, poetry, drama, biography, and journalism - paying particular attention to the expression and development of significant American values found within the works studied. Prerequisite: ENG 1111
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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In this course you will explore the works of the most influential author of the English language. You will read a broad selection of Shakespeare's writings, including examples of his historic, tragic, and comic plays, as well as his poetry, giving particular attention to themes within Shakespeare's works which complement a biblical worldview. Prerequisite: ENG 1111
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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