English Program

Course Rotation Plan

This plan is subject to modification based on staff availability, classroom space, changes in institutional planning, and/or limitations on section offerings due to budget constraints. "X" indicates the course is available during the given semester.

Course

Title

F

W

Sp

Su

ENGL 1B Introduction to Literary Types
(both day and evening sections are offered)
X   X  
ENGL 8A Creative Writing: Fiction
(Fall: Day Section / Spring: Evening Section)
X   X  
ENGL 8B Creative Writing: Poetry
(offered as a hybrid face-to-face and online course)
X   X  
ENGL 8C Creative Writing: Novel
(Fall: Day Section / Spring: Evening Section)
X   X  
ENGL 8D Creative Writing: Poetry Collection
(Fall: Day Section / Spring: Evening Section)
X   X  
ENGL 8E Creative Writing: Memoir     X  
ENGL 8F Creative Writing: Non-fiction     X  
ENGL 9 Writing the Personal Journal X      
ENGL 64 Writing Effective Sentences
(both day and evening sections are offered)
X   X  
ENGL 65 Grammar Review
(both day and evening sections are offered)
X   X  
ENGL 66 Paragraph Writing
(both day and evening sections are offered)
X   X  
ENGL 75 Vocabulary Building X   X  
ENGL 81 Language Xcquisition     X  
ENGL 99 Special Projects in English
(Permission must be granted by the professor for students to enroll in this class)
X X X X

Course

Title

F

W

Sp

Su

LIT 1 Early Xmerican Literature X      
LIT 2 Modern Xmerican Literature     X  
LIT 3 Multicultural Xmerican Literature     X  
LIT 6A Survey of English Literature X      
LIT 6B Survey of English Literature     X  
LIT 10 Survey of Shakespeare
(Course alternates between day and evening sections every Spring)
    X  
LIT 11A World Literature to 1650 X      
LIT 11B World Literature from 1650     X  
LIT 14 Introduction to Modern Poetry     X  
LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema
(both day and evening sections are offered)
X   X  
LIT 20 Xfrican Xmerican Literature X      
LIT 25 Contemporary MeXican Xmerican Literature     X  
LIT 36 Introduction to Mythology
(both day and evening sections are offered)
X   X  
LIT 40 Children’s Literature X X X X
LIT 46 The Bible as Literature: Old Testament
(Fall: Day Section / Spring: Evening Section)
X   X  
LIT 47 The Bible as Literature: New Testament
(Fall: Evening Section / Spring: Day Section)
X   X  

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