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ENGL 5023
SECOND LANG ACQUISITION

An investigation and analysis of the theoretical foundation of learning a second language as a guide to the effective teaching of English to limited English proficiency (LEP) students. Note: May not be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4023.


ENGL 5083
SEMINAR:ENGL LANGUAGE

Course content will vary. Note: May be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4083 or ENGL 5083 if course content differs.


ENGL 5093
SEMINAR: CREATIVE WRIT

Opportunity for students to refine style and technique in a genre of creative writing. Note: May be repeated for credit after completion of ENGL 4093 or ENGL 5093 if course content varies.


ENGL 5173
SEMINAR IN FILM STUDIES

This course will examine debates within feminist film theory from structuralism and psychoanalysis in the 1970s to the post-colonial theory, queer theory and post-modernism in the 1990s. Analyses of specific films will focus on the cinematic representation of femininity and masculinity, gendered subjectivities within history and culture, and issues surrounding the cinematic apparatus and spectatorship.


ENGL 5213
AMERICAN FOLKLORE

A study of the forms and subjects of American folklore; folklore scholarship and bibliography; field work in collecting folklore. Note: May not be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4213.


ENGL 5283
SEMINAR:WORLD LIT--

Course content will vary. Note: May be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4283 or ENGL 5283 if course content differs.


ENGL 5383
SEMINAR:AMERICAN LIT--

Course content will vary. Note: May be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4383 or ENGL 5383 if course content differs.


ENGL 5483
SEMINAR: BRITISH LIT

Course content will vary. Note: May be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4483 or ENGL 5483 if course content differs.


ENGL 5683
SEM: GENDER STUDIES

Course content will vary. Note: May be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4683 or ENGL 5683 if course content differs.


ENGL 5703
TCH ENGL SECOND LANG

An investigation and practice in teaching different levels of English grammar, oral communication, comprehension skills, reading, and composition to foreign students. Note: May not be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4703.


ENGL 5713
ESL ASSESSMENT

An introduction to the tools, techniques, and procedures for evaluating the English proficiency and language development of ESL students. Note: May not be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4713.


ENGL 5723
TEACH PEOPLE/CULTURES

An examination of cultural diversity in Arkansas and the United States, designed for prospective ESL teachers. Note: May not be taken for credit after completion of ENGL 4723.


ENGL 6003
INTRO GRAD ENGL STUDY

An exploration of the ideas, methods and resources appropriate to the study of English language and literature. Note: May not be taken for credit after completion of LA 6013.


ENGL 6013
STRUCTURE/ENGLISH LANG

A study of the grammatical system of English through three different approaches: traditional, structural, and transformational-generative.


ENGL 6023
COMPOSITION THEORY/PRACT

A study of composition theory, practice, and pedagogy.


ENGL 6033
RHETORIC

A study of the history, theory, and application of rhetoric.


ENGL 6083
SEMINAR IN LINGUISTICS:

Course content will vary. Note: May be taken for credit after ENGL 6083 if course content varies.


ENGL 6213
TOPICS IN LITERATURE

Examination of various topics through the intensive study of selected literature. Note: May be repeated for credit if course content varies.


ENGL 6283
LITERATURE/SOCIETY

A contextual study of selected works designed to explore the ways in which literature reflects and shapes society. Note: May be repeated if course contents varies.


ENGL 6813
DIRECTED READINGS

A study of literary works selected from the M.A. in English Examination Reading List.


ENGL 6881
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


ENGL 6882
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


ENGL 6883
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


ENGL 6884
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


ENGL 6885
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


ENGL 6886
WORKSHOP

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.


ENGL 6891
INDEPENDENT STUDY

Open to graduate students who wish to pursue individual study or investigation of some facet of knowledge which complements the purpose of the University's graduate program. Students will be required to plan their studies and prepare formal written reports of their findings. Note: The selected topic may not constitute any duplication of study leading to the accomplishment of a thesis.


ENGL 6892
INDEPENDENT STUDY

Open to graduate students who wish to pursue individual study or investigation of some facet of knowledge which complements the purpose of the University's graduate program. Students will be required to plan their studies and prepare formal written reports of their findings. Note: The selected topic may not constitute any duplication of study leading to the accomplishment of a thesis.


ENGL 6893
INDEPENDENT STUDY

Open to graduate students who wish to pursue individual study or investigation of some facet of knowledge which complements the purpose of the University's graduate program. Students will be required to plan their studies and prepare formal written reports of their findings. Note: The selected topic may not constitute any duplication of study leading to the accomplishment of a thesis.


ENGL 6894
INDEPENDENT STUDY

Open to graduate students who wish to pursue individual study or investigation of some facet of knowledge which complements the purpose of the University's graduate program. Students will be required to plan their studies and prepare formal written reports of their findings. Note: The selected topic may not constitute any duplication of study leading to the accomplishment of a thesis.


ENGL 6991
THESIS RESEARCH

Prerequisite: Approval of a thesis plan by the Head of the Department of English and the Dean of Graduate Studies. Directed Research on a thesis topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervising professor.


ENGL 6992
THESIS RESEARCH

Prerequisite: Approval of a thesis plan by the Head of the Department of English and the Dean of Graduate Studies. Directed Research on a thesis topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervising professor.


ENGL 6993
THESIS RESEARCH

Prerequisite: Approval of a thesis plan by the Head of the Department of English and the Dean of Graduate Studies. Directed Research on a thesis topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervising professor.


ENGL 6994
THESIS RESEARCH

Prerequisite: Approval of a thesis plan by the Head of the Department of English and the Dean of Graduate Studies. Directed Research on a thesis topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervising professor.


ENGL 6995
THESIS RESEARCH

Prerequisite: Approval of a thesis plan by the Head of the Department of English and the Dean of Graduate Studies. Directed Research on a thesis topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervising professor.


ENGL 6996
THESIS RESEARCH

Prerequisite: Approval of a thesis plan by the Head of the Department of English and the Dean of Graduate Studies. Directed Research on a thesis topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervising professor.


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