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Majors and Minors: Navigating the Numbers

English Curriculum Revision: Navigating the Numbers

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New to Old

New Curriculum Old Numbering
100: Enhanced Written Rhetoric I 100
101: Written Rhetoric 101
102: Enhanced Written Rhetoric II 102
200: Literature in a Global Context 210-211
202: Russian Literature 285
212: Survey of British Literature I 215
213: Survey of British Literature II 216
214: Survey of British Literature III  
220: Survey of American Literature I 217
221: Survey of American Literature II 218
225: African-American Literature 285
226: Ethnicity and American Literature  
230: Understanding Literature 205
234: Gender and Literature 290
228: Film as Narrative Art 296
260: The Craft of Writing 275
261: Academic and Professional Writing 201
262: Business Writing 262
264: Basic Journalism 245
265: Writing for the Media 248
266: Feature Writing 265
295: Introduction to Study in English  
299: Special Topics 295
300: Advanced Global Literature 318
310: British Literature of the Middle Ages 302
311: British Literature of the Sixteenth Century 304
312: British Literature of the Seventeenth Century 305
313: British Literature of the Eighteenth Century 307
314: British Literature of the Early Nineteenth Century 308
315: British Literature of the Middle and Later Nineteenth Century 309
316: British Modernism 320
317: Contemporary British and Commonwealth Literature 321
320: Literature of the United States I: Settlement to Civil War 310
321: Literature of the United States II: Civil War to the Great Depression 311
322: Literature of the United States III: World War II to the Present 312
330: Hermeneutics and the Study of Literature 370
332: The Novel 314-315
333: Poetry  
334: Drama 322
355: Genre Study  
337: Major Authors (Chaucer/Milton) 345, 347
338: Shakespeare 346
340: Children's Literature 325
341: Adolescent Literature 326
350: Teaching of Writing 357
351: Language, Grammar, and Writing for the Elementary Classroom 356
352: Teaching of Literature 358
359: Seminar in Principles of and Practices in Secondary Education 359
360: Creative Nonfiction 301
362: Creative Writing (Fiction/Poetry) 355
370: Linguistics 344
371: History of the English Language 337
372: Sociolinguistics 335
373: Stylistics and Discourse Analysis  
374: English Grammar 339
375: Grammar for Teachers of ESL 338
380: Internship 380
390: Independent Sudy 390
395: Senior Seminar 395
399: Honors Thesis 399

 

Old to New

Catalog 2010 Catalog 2011
100: Enhanced Written Rhetoric I 100: Enhanced Written Rhetoric I
101: Written Rhetoric 101: Written Rhetoric
102: Enhanced Written Rhetoric II 102: Enhanced Written Rhetoric II
201: Academic and Professional Writing 261: Academic and Professional Writing
205: Understanding Literature 230: Understanding Literature
210: World Literature I 200: Literature in a Global Context
211: World Literature II
215: Survey of British Literature I 212: Survey of British Literature I
216: Survey of British Literature II 213: Survey of British Literature II
  214: Survey of British Literature III
217: Survey of American Literature I 220: Survey of American Literature I
218: Survey of American Literature II 221: Survey of American Literature II
219: Survey of Canadian Literature  
245: Basic Journalism 264: Basic Journalism
248: Writing for the Media 265: Writing for the Media
262: Business Writing 262: Business Writing
265: Feature Journalism 266: Feature Writing
275: Craft of Writing 260: Craft of Writing
283: African-American Literature 225: African-American Literature
  226: Ethnicity and American Literature
285: Russian Literature 202: Russian Literature
290: Literature and Women 234: Gender and Literature
  295: Introduction to Study in English
295: Special Topics 299: Special Topics
296: Film as Narrative Art 238: Film as Narrative Art
301: Creative Nonfiction 360: Creative Nonfiction
302: British Literature of the Middle Ages 310: British Literature of the Middle Ages
304: British Literature of the Sixteenth Century 311: British Literature of the Sixteenth Century
305: British Literature of the Seventeenth Century 312: British Literature of the Seventeenth Century
307: British Literature of the Eighteenth Century 313: British Literature of the Eighteenth Century
308: British Literature of the Early Nineteenth Century 314: British Literature of the Early Nineteenth Century
309: British Literature of the Middle and Later Nineteenth Century 315: British Literature of the Middle and Later Nineteenth Century
310: Literature of the United States I: Settlement to Civil War 320: Literature of the United States I: Settlement to Civil War
311: Literature of the United States II: Civil War to the Great Depresssion 321: Literature of the United States II: Civil War to the Great Depresssion
312: Literature of the United States III: World War II to the Present 322: Literature of the United States III: World War II to the Present
314: The British Novel 332: The Novel
315: The American Novel
318: Non-Western Literature: Africa or South Asia 300: Advanced Global Literature
320: Modern British and American Poetry 316: British Modernism
321: British and Commonwealth Literature of the Twentieth Century 317: Contemporary British and Commonwealth Literature
  333: Poetry
322: Modern Drama 334: Drama
  335: Genre Study
325: Children's Literature 340: Children's Literature
326: Adolescent Literature 341: Adolescent Literature
328: Recent Literature for Children  
334: Linguistics 370: Linguistics
335: Sociolinguistics and Issues in Language Education 372: Sociolinguistics and Issues in Language Education
337: History of the English Language 371: History of the English Language
338: Grammar for Teachers of ESL 375: Grammar for Teachers of ESL
339: English Grammar 374: English Grammar
  373: Stylistics and Discourse Analysis
345: Chaucer 337: Major Author (Chaucer)
346: Shakespeare 338: Shakespeare
347: Milton 337: Major Author (Milton)
355: Creative Writing 362: Creative Writing
356: Language, Grammar, and Writing for the Elementary Classroom 351: Language, Grammar, and Writing for the Elementary Classroom
357: Teaching of Writing 350: Teaching of Writing
358: Teaching of Literature (as approved in Education proposal) 352: Teaching of Literature
359: Seminar in Principles of and Practices in Secondary Education 359: Seminar in Principles of and Practices in Secondary Education
370: Literary Theory and Criticism 330: Hermeneutics and the Study of Literature
380: Internship in Journalism and Publishing 380: Internship
390: Indepdent Study 390: Independent Sudty
395: Senior Seminar 395: Senior Seminar
399: Honors Thesis 399: Honors Thesis

 

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