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USA Undergraduate/Graduate Bulletin 2014-2015

ENGLISH (EH)

EH 101    Composition I    3 cr   

Prepares students for diverse types of college writing. Covers the writing process, general criteria used to evaluate writing, collaborative writing, and rhetoric, especially audience analysis. Grading is "A", "B", "C", and "U". Core Course.   

EH 102     Composition II    3 cr   

Prepares students for college writing by focusing on argumentation, research, and the critical thinking required to argue effectively. Students must earn a "C" or higher in EH 102 to fulfill the University requirement for composition. Core Course.   
NOTE: EH 101 and EH 102 are Pre-requisites for all subsequent English courses.   

EH 105    Honors Composition    3 cr   

This course emphasizes the types of writing that students will do in college and reflects goals of the Honors Program with advanced work in critical thinking and research. Pre-requisite: students must have been accepted in the Honors Program.   

EH 207    Literature and Gender    3 cr   

A variable-topics course to study gender issues in literary texts. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 215     Survey of British Literature I    3 cr   

This course introduces the student to the cultural heritage of English-speaking peoples by studying representative works from Anglo-Saxon times to Blake. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102. Core Course.   

EH 216    Survey of British Literature II     3 cr   

This course introduces the student to the cultural heritage of the English-speaking peoples by studying representative works from Blake to the present. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102. Core Course.   

EH 225     Survey of American Literature I    3 cr   

This course traces the development of American literature from the beginning through 1865 by studying the works of representative writers. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102. Core Course.   

EH 226     Survey of American Literature II    3 cr   

This course traces the development of American literature from 1865 to the present by studying the works of representative writers. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102. Core Course.   

EH 235    Survey of World Literature I     3 cr   

A survey of literature from the Ancient World, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance, featuring selections in translation. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102. Core Course.   

EH 236    Survey of World Literature II    3 cr   

A survey of literature from Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Nineteenth-century Realism and Naturalism, Modernism and Postmodernism, featuring selections in translation. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102. Core Course.   

EH 290     Special Topics    3 cr   

A variable-content course treating selected topics in literature and language. May be repeated once for credit when topic varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   
EH 300    Introduction to Literary Study    3 cr   
An introduction to key concepts and methodologies in literary study with emphasis on critical writing. Required of al English majors and non-Professional Writing English minors prior to taking 400-level courses. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 310    Classical Mythology     3 cr   

Through the disciplines of English and Philosophy, this course will provide an introduction to myths and to the literature that recounts the myths, legends, and folktales of ancient Greece and Rome. Not only will this course offer a survey of Greek and Roman myth, but also it will look at how different writers treat the material and why their treatments vary. Pre-requisites: EH 101 & EH 102. Cross-listed with PHL 310 & REL 310. Credit cannot be received for both EH 310 and either PHL 310 or REL 310.    
EH 314     Medieval Literature     3 cr    
This course will introduce students to major texts of medieval literature, including narrative poetry, drama, prose, and lyric poetry. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.    
EH 315     Chaucer    3 cr    
This course will introduce students to Chaucer's major works in the original language; no prior knowledge of Middle English is required. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102    

EH 321    Renaissance Literature     3 cr   

Non-dramatic literature of the English Renaissance through 1600. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 322    Shakespeare’s Comedies and Romances     3 cr   

Study of Shakespeare’s comedies and romances. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 323     Shakespeare’s Tragedies and Histories     3 cr   

Study of Shakespeare’s tragedies and histories. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 324     Seventeenth-Century Literature     3 cr   

Non-dramatic literature 1600-1660. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 331     American Novel to 1900    3 cr   

American novel from its beginning to 1900. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 332    American Nonfiction Prose    3 cr   

Major American nonfiction prose. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 334     American Poetry to 1900    3 cr   

American poetry from its beginning to 1900. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 340    Restoration and Early 18th-Century Literature     3 cr   

Literature of the period, including such authors as Behn, Dryden, Finch, Defoe, Pope, Montagu, Swift, and Fielding. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 342    Later 18th-Century Literature (W)    3 cr   

Literature of the period, including such authors as Gray, Boswell, Johnson, Sheridan, Radcliffe, Wollstonecraft, Blake, and Austen. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 343     18th-Century British Novel     3 cr   

Eighteenth-century British novel. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 348   
19th-Century Continental Philosophy and
Literary Theory
3 cr   

An examination of selected themes and issues in 19th-century Continental philosophy and literary theory. Topics may include Idealism, Romanticism, Existentialism, Marxism, Freudianism. Identical with PHL 348 & LG 348. Credit cannot be received for both EH 348 and either PHL 348 or LG 348. (For LG credit, students will be required to complete some course work in their language of concentration.) Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 349   
20th-Century Continental Philosophy and
Literary Theory
3 cr   

An examination of selected themes and issues in 20th-century Continental philosophy and literary theory. Topics may include Phenomenology, Existentialism, Hermeneutics, Structuralism, and Post-Structuralism. Identical with PHL 349 & LG 349. Credit cannot be received for both EH 349 and either PHL 349 or LG 349. (For LG credit, students will be required to complete some course work in their language of concentration.) Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.    

EH 351    British Romanticism    3 cr   

The poetry and prose of Romantic-era writers, including Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Keats, and Shelley. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 352    Victorian Poetry     3 cr   

A study of poetry of the Victorian period. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 353     Victorian Prose     3 cr   

A study of prose, with emphasis on nonfiction, of the Victorian period. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 354    19th-Century British Novel     3 cr   

Novels of the Romantic and Victorian periods. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   
EH 357    Black Writers in America    3 cr   
A survey of literature by major African-American authors from the early colonial period to the present. Readings will include fiction, poetry, drama, autobiography, and polemical prose. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 360    Anglo-American Poetry Since 1900    3 cr   

A study of Anglo-American poets such as D. H. Lawrence, T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Robert Graves, W. H. Auden, Dylan Thomas, Derek Walcott, Paul Muldoon, Eavan Boland, Seamus Heaney, Galway Kinnell, Adrienne Rich, Robert Penn Warren, John Crowe Ransom, Margaret Walker, Elizabeth Bishop, Gwendolyn Brooks, Gary Snyder, Charles Olson, Allen Ginsberg, Anne Sexton, and Sylvia Plath. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   
EH 362    American Novel from 1900 to 1945    3 cr   
A study of the American novel from 1900 to 1945. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and
EH 102.   
EH 363    American Novel since 1945    3 cr   
A study of the American novel since 1945. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   
EH 364    British Novel from 1900 to 1945    3 cr   
A study of the British novel from 1900 to 1945. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and
EH 102.   
EH 365    British Novel since 1945    3 cr   
A study of the British novel since 1945. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   
EH 366    Contemporary Fiction    3 cr   
An introduction to literary fiction of the contemporary era. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 369     The Modern Short Story     3 cr   

Representative modern short story writers. Oral and written analyses and critiques required. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 370     History of the English Language    3 cr   

A study of the development from Old English through Middle English to Modern English. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 371     Approaches to English Grammar (W)     3 cr   

A course designed primarily to help education majors translate between the languages of conventional grammar and the syntactical grammar relevant to the teaching of English at pre-college levels. Consideration will also be given to the rationales basic to the formation of different grammars and to methods of presenting grammatical material in a classroom situation. Non-education majors interested in a sophisticated approach to the study of grammar might also benefit from this course. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 372    Technical Writing (W) (C)    3 cr   

The purpose of this course is to train students in the kinds of written reports required of practicing professionals, aiming to improve mastery of the whole process of report writing from conceptual stage through editing stage. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and 102.   

EH 373     Writing in the Professions (W) (C)    3 cr   

Practice in the kinds of writing done in such professions as speech pathology and audiology, nursing, teaching, criminal justice, and business. Assignments, which emphasize persuasive writing, may include position papers, correspondence, and reports. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 374     The English Bible - Old Testament    3 cr   

King James Version of the Bible studied with respect to literary forms, philosophical concepts, and problems of translation. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 375   
The English Bible - Apocrypha and New
Testament
3 cr    

King James Version of the Bible studied with respect to literary forms, philosophical concepts, and problems of translation. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   
EH 379    Horror    3 cr   
A study of the history and themes of horror from the early 19th century to the present, including representative texts, films, and critical scholarship. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 380    Science Fiction    3 cr   

A study of the history and themes of science fiction literature and film from the end of the 19th century to the present. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 390*    Special Topics     3 cr   

A variable-content course addressing selected topics in literature and writing. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies.   

EH 391, 392    Fiction Writing I, II     3 cr   

Intensive practice in the writing of the short story. Constructive, critical discussions are conducted on each composition. Emphasis is upon creation of high-quality fiction with possible view to publication. These courses require special permission. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 393, 394    Creative Nonfiction I, II     3 cr   

Intensive study of and practice in writing creative nonfiction - nonfiction that stresses personal voice and the use of literary elements. Concentrates on genres of creative nonfiction (personal or narrative essay, travel, and nature writing, cultural criticism, memoir) with emphasis on producing high-quality writing. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 395, 396    Poetry Writing I, II     3 cr   

The English language as it may be used in embodying poetic knowledge. Readings in contemporary poetry, study of fixed and open verse forms and their metrics, and practice in producing poems and explications. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 401    Teaching Composition (W)    3 cr   

Study of theories of composition and their applications for teaching writing at the secondary school level. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 402    Rhetoric: Ancient and Modern (W)    3 cr   

Readings in rhetorical theory, ancient and modern, are applied in specific writing assignments which encourage students to adopt a point of view and address a specific audience. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 403    Art of the Essay (W)     3 cr   

Advanced expository writing. Discussion of British and American essays by such writers as Bacon, Addison, Swift, Arnold, Emerson, Chesterton, Lewis Thomas, and Joan Didion, with applications in written assignments. Student writings are discussed in class or in conference. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 421     Literary Criticism to 1900 (W)     3 cr   

Classical, Neoclassical, Romantic, and Victorian literary theory. Identical with PHL 421. Credit cannot be received for both PHL 421 and EH 421. Pre-requisites:
EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 422     Literary Criticism Since 1900 (W)    3 cr   

Modern and Contemporary Literary theory. Identical with PHL 422. Credit cannot be received for both EH 422 and PHL 422. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and
EH 300.   

EH 461    Tudor and Stuart Drama     3 cr   

A historical and generic study of plays by authors including Kyd, Marlowe, Dekker, Jonson, Middleton, Beaumont, Fletcher, and Webster. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and
EH 102.   

EH 462    Restoration and 18th-Century Drama    3 cr   

A historical and generic study of plays by authors such as Wycherley, Etherege, Behn, Dryden, Otway, Congreve, Steele, Goldsmith, and Sheridan. Pre-requisites:
EH 101, EH 102 and EH 300.   

EH 463    Drama 1890-Present    3 cr   

Twentieth-century British, American and Continental drama, with major emphasis on the plays of Ibsen, Chekhov, Shaw, Pirandello, O’Neill, and Beckett. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102.   

EH 465     Middle English Literature    3 cr   

Major romances and dream-visions of the late Middle Ages such as Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Troilus and Criseyde, Sir Orfeo, Pearl, Parliament of Birds, and others. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, EH 300.   

EH 467    Milton    3 cr   

Milton’s major poems, with emphasis on Paradise Lost. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and EH 300.   

EH 468    Contemporary Black Fiction    3 cr   

A close reading of selected fiction published since World War II by such authors as James Baldwin, Ralph Ellison, Alice Walker, Toni Morrison, Ernest J. Gaines, Gloria Naylor, and Julius Lester. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and EH 300.   

EH 470    Studies in Medieval Literature    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from medieval literature. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and EH 300.   

EH 471    Studies in Renaissance Literature    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from Renaissance literature. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and EH 300.   

EH 472    Studies in Shakespeare    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from Shakespeare. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and EH 300.   

EH 474     Studies in Restoration and 18th-Century Literature    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from Restoration and 18th-Century Literature. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 475    Studies in 19th-Century Literature     3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from 19th-century literature. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 476    Studies in 20th-Century Literature     3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from 20th-century literature. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 477    Studies in Genre    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from various genres. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 478     Studies in Film    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from film studies. Maybe repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 479    Studies in Modern/Postmodern Poetry    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from modern/ postmodern poetry. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and
EH 300.   

EH 480     Studies in Gender and Literature    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics dealing with gender issues in literature. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 481    Studies in Composition and Rhetoric (W)    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics dealing with writing, rhetoric, or language studies. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101,
EH 102, and EH 300.
   

EH 482    Studies in American Literature    3 cr   

Seminar in specific topics from American literature. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.    

EH 483, 484     Advanced Fiction Writing I, II    3 cr   

Advanced work in writing the story and the novel, for students of exceptional talent. Pre-requisites: EH 101 and EH 102, EH 391 and EH 392 or the equivalent and junior standing. These courses require special permission.   

EH 485 (C),486    Advanced Poetry Writing I, II    3 cr   

Advanced work in writing poetry, for students of exceptional talent. Pre-requisite: EH 101 and EH 102, EH 395 and EH 396 or the equivalent, and junior standing. These courses require special permission.   

EH 487, 488     Screen Writing I, II    3 cr   

Guided workshops in writing a dramatic narrative screenplay. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and junior standing.   

EH 490    Special Topics    3 cr   

Selected topics in writing in literary studies. May be repeated once for credit when course content varies. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.    

EH 492     Seminar    3 cr   

Specific topics in literature. Can be taken twice for credit when topic varies. May be repeated once for credit. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, and EH 300.   

EH 494     Directed Studies     1-3 cr   

Directed individual study. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, junior standing, and permission of the directing professor and department chair.   

EH 496    Professional Studies: Internship    1-3 cr   

On-the-job experience which relates to the student’s classroom work in the field of English; reports required. A maximum of six hours of credit may be earned in internships. Students consult with the department chair regarding internship opportunities and specific required eligibility. English majors and minors who are juniors or seniors may enroll. Pre-requisites: Permission of the department chair and the supervising professor. Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102 and junior standing.    

EH 497, 498     Advanced Creative Nonfiction I, II     3 cr   

Advanced work in writing creative nonfiction, for students of exceptional talent. Emphasis on producing high-quality writing with an eye toward publication Pre-requisites: EH 101, EH 102, EH 393, EH 394 or the equivalent, and junior standing. These courses require special permission.    

EH 499    Senior Honors Project    1-3 cr   

With the guidance of a faculty mentor, Honors Students will identify and carry out an independent scholarly project in English. The outcome of the project will include a formal presentation and defense before the faculty and a written senior thesis. The Honors Senior Project will be evaluated and graded by three members of the faculty, including the faculty mentor, who will serve as chair of the thesis committee. The student must complete a total of six hours of Honors Senior work, be accepted to the University Honors Program or the Department Honors Program and have an approved project prospectus. University Honors Program participants must have completed HON 301.   

EH 501     Introduction to Critical Theory     3 cr   

Required of all M.A. students in the literature concentration in their first year of work. Surveys current literary theory from structuralism to the present. The purpose is to introduce the conceptual lexicons and reading strategies of advanced literary analysis. Topics treated include structuralism, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, hermeneutics, Marxism, feminism, and reception theory. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 502    Graduate Writing in English    3 cr   

A course preparing students for research and academic writing at the graduate level in English studies. Required of all M.A. students in their first year of work.    

EH 505     Teaching College Writing     3 cr   

A study of contemporary theories of writing and rhetoric, with an emphasis on their application in a college-level curriculum. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    
EH 506     Composition Theory and Research Methodology     3 cr    
Part I of this course traces the development of theoretical movements in composition over the past century; part II outlines qualitative and quantitative methodologies used in composition research. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    
EH 507     Rhetoric and the Postmodern Condition     3 cr    
This is a course in rhetorical theory especially as this study intersects with postmodern theories of identity: feminist, postcolonial, sociolinguistics, queer theory, gender studies, deconstruction, and comparative studies. It aims to offer students entry into contemporary rhetorical study within departments of English. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    
EH 508     Professional Writing Theories and Applications     3 cr    
Study of the theories, practices, and histories of professional writing. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 513    Studies in Chaucer     3 cr   

A study of selections of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and dream visions. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 514    Renaissance Poetry    3 cr   

Examination of non-dramatic Renaissance poetic development, including the sonnet. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 516    Studies in Shakespeare I    3 cr   

A study of Shakespeare’s comedies and romances. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 517    Studies in Shakespeare II     3 cr   

A study of Shakespeare’s histories and tragedies. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 521    Seventeenth-Century Poetry     3 cr   

A historical and formal study of the poetry of the early seventeenth century, including the works of Donne, Jonson, Herbert, Vaughan, Herrick, Marvell, Wroth, Lanyer, and Phillips. The course will emphasize the close reading of poems. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 525     Restoration and Early 18th-Century Literature     3 cr   

A study of literature in the period, including such authors as Dryden, Rochester, Behn, Congreve, Defoe, Pope, Swift, and Gay. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 526     The 18th-Century Novel     3 cr   

A study of prose fiction narratives from the Restoration and eighteenth century by such authors as Behn, Defoe, Richardson, Fielding, Smollett, Sterne, and Burney, with emphasis on the establishment of the novel as a respected genre. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 527    The Age of Sensibility     3 cr   

A study of several late eighteenth-century literary figures such as Sterne, Johnson, Boswell, Goldsmith, Sheridan, Wollstonecraft, Radcliffe, and Blake. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 532     Early Romantics    3 cr   

A study of early Romantic poetry and prose, with emphasis on the poetry of William Wordsworth and S.T. Coleridge. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 534     Late Romantics    3 cr   

A study of late Romantic poetry and prose, with emphasis on the poetry of Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, and John Keats. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 536    Victorian and Edwardian Poetry    3 cr   

A study of poetry of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 538     Victorian and Edwardian Prose     3 cr   

A study of novels and short fiction of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 543    American Romanticism     3 cr   

A study of writers of the American Romantic Movement such as Irving, Emerson, Thoreau, Douglass, Whitman, and Dickinson, focusing primarily on nonfiction prose and poetry. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 544     Antebellum American Fiction     3 cr   

Examines the emergence and development of American fiction before the Civil War, focusing on the tale and the novel, and including such figures as Cooper, Hawthorne, Poe, Melville, and Stowe. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 545     American Realism    3 cr   

A study of writers of the American Realist Movement such as Twain, James, Crane, Dreiser, Chopin, Chesnutt, and Jewett. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 547    The Southern Renaissance     3 cr   

A study of several representative figures from twentieth-century Southern literature such as Faulkner, Warren, Tate, Ransom, O’Connor, McCullers, Dickey, Hurston, Wright, and Percy. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 562     The 20th-Century Poetic Revolution     3 cr   

A study of the key figures in the shaping of modern poetry: Yeats, Eliot, Pound, Stevens, and Frost. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 570     Studies in Medieval Literature    3 cr    
Theme-based study of medieval texts; possible topics include late medieval chivalry, medieval sexualities, Arthurian tradition. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    
EH 571     Modern British Fiction     3 cr   

Examination of selected works of such authors as Conrad, D.H. Lawrence, Woolf, Forster, Joyce, Greene, and Lessing. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 572    Modern American Fiction    3 cr   

Examination of selected works of such authors as Anderson, Dickey, Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Hemingway. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 573    Contemporary Fiction    3 cr   

Examines significant trends in contemporary Literay fiction. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 577     Studies in Genre     3 cr    
Seminar in specific topics from various genres. May be repeated once for credit when content varies. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    
EH 583    Graduate Fiction Writing Workshop I    3 cr   

Special individual instruction in fiction writing. This course requires special permission. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 584     Graduate Fiction Writing Workshop II    3 cr   

Special individual instruction in fiction writing. This course requires special permission. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 585     Graduate Poetry Writing Workshop I    3 cr   

Special individual instruction in poetry writing. This course requires special permission. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 586    Graduate Poetry Writing Workshop II     3 cr   

Special individual instruction in poetry writing. This course requires special permission. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 590     Special Topics    3 cr   

A graduate seminar designed to allow close study of selected literary topic or figures. May be repeated twice for credit when the subject offerings are from different literary areas. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 592    Seminar     3 cr   

A specific subject in American or British Literature to be assigned prior to each semester. May be repeated once for credit when the subject offerings are from different literary areas. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 594     Directed Studies     1-3 cr   

Directed individual study on a topic not covered by a listed course. Pre-requisite: prior permission of the directing professor and the department chair. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: EH 502.    

EH 599    Thesis    1-6 cr   

One to six credits per semester with a maximum of six hours of credit.   
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