Courses

           

Courses

Subj Number Course Title
ENGL 0203 English as a Second Language
ENGL 0303 Foundational Composition
ENGL 0404 Developmental Reading and Writing
ENGL 1013 Composition I
ENGL 1023 Composition II
ENGL 1043 Honors Composition I
ENGL 1053 Honors Composition II
ENGL 2003 Introduction to World Literature
ENGL 2013 Introduction to American Literature
ENGL 2023 Honors World Literature
ENGL 2043 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 2053 Technical Writing
ENGL 2063 Advanced Composition: Practice and Theory
ENGL 2173 Introduction to Film
ENGL 2183 Honor Introduction to Film
ENGL 2213 Introduction to Drama
ENGL 2223 Introduction to Poetry
ENGL 2233 Introduction to Fiction
ENGL 2263 Mythology
ENGL 2283 Science Fiction and Fantasy
ENGL 2881 Practicum-Literary Journal Publication
ENGL 3013 Systems of Grammar
ENGL 3023 Introduction to Linguistics
ENGL 3043 Literary Editing and Publishing
ENGL 3083 Fiction Workshop
ENGL 3093 Poetry Workshop
ENGL 3103 Literary Theory
ENGL 3173 Studies in Film
ENGL 3183 Studies in Television
ENGL 3203 Modern Novel
ENGL 3223 Young Adult Literature
ENGL 3243 Early Novel
ENGL 3293 Studies in Literature and Language
ENGL 3303 Literature of the South
ENGL 3313 American Literature to 1900
ENGL 3323 Modern American Literature
ENGL 3413 British Literature to 1800
ENGL 3423 British Literature since 1800
ENGL 3453 Chaucer
ENGL 3463 Shakespeare
ENGL 3513 Methods of Research
ENGL 4013 History of the English Language
ENGL 4023 Second Language Acquisition
ENGL 4083 Seminar: English Language
ENGL 4093 Seminar in Creative Writing
ENGL 4173 Seminar in Film Studies
ENGL 4213 American Folklore
ENGL 4283 Seminar: World Literature
ENGL 4383 Seminar: American Literature
ENGL 4483 Seminar: British Literature
ENGL 4683 Seminar In Gender Studies
ENGL 4703 Teaching English as a Second Language
ENGL 4713 ESL Assessment
ENGL 4723 Teaching People of Other Cultures
ENGL 4733 Teaching English in the Secondary School
ENGL 4813 Senior Project in Creative Writing
ENGL 4881 Practicum-Editing Literary Journal
ENGL 4882 Practicum-Editing Literary Journal
ENGL 4883 Practicum-Editing Literary Journal
ENGL 4884 Practicum-Editing Literary Journal
ENGL 4951 Undergraduate Research in English
ENGL 4952 Undergraduate Research in English
ENGL 4953 Undergraduate Research in English
ENGL 4954 Undergraduate Research in English
ENGL 4991 Special Problems in English
ENGL 4992 Special Problems in English
ENGL 4993 Special Problems in English
ENGL 4994 Special Problems in English
ENGL 5023 Second Language Acquisition
ENGL 5083 Seminar: English Language
ENGL 5093 Seminar in Creative Writing
ENGL 5173 Seminar in Film Studies
ENGL 5213 American Folklore
ENGL 5283 Seminar: World Literature
ENGL 5383 Seminar: American Literature
ENGL 5483 Seminar: British Literature
ENGL 5683 Seminar in Gender Studies
ENGL 5703 Teaching English as a Second Language
ENGL 5713 ESL Assessment
ENGL 5723 Teaching People of Other Cultures
ENGL 6003 Introduction to English Graduate Study
ENGL 6013 Structure of the English Language
ENGL 6023 Composition Theory and Practice.
ENGL 6033 Rhetoric
ENGL 6083 Seminar in Linguistics
ENGL 6213 Topics in Literature
ENGL 6283 Literature and Society
ENGL 6813 Directed Readings
ENGL 6863 TESL Practicum
ENGL 6881 Workshop
ENGL 6882 Workshop
ENGL 6883 Workshop
ENGL 6884 Workshop
ENGL 6885 Workshop
ENGL 6886 Workshop
ENGL 6891 Independent Study
ENGL 6892 Independent Study
ENGL 6893 Independent Study
ENGL 6894 Independent Study
ENGL 6991 Thesis Research
ENGL 6992 Thesis Research
ENGL 6993 Thesis Research
ENGL 6994 Thesis Research
ENGL 6995 Thesis Research
ENGL 6996 Thesis Research

Description

ENGL1013: Composition I
ACTS Common Course - ENGL 1013

Prerequisite: Score of 19 or above on English section of the Enhanced ACT, 450 or above on the quantitative portion of the SAT, 40 or above on the TSWE, 80 or above on the COMPASS writing section, or a grade of C or better in ENGL 0203 or 0303 or 0404.

A review of grammar, introduction to research methods, and practice in writing exposition using reading to provide ideas and patterns.

Note: A grade of C or better must be earned in each of the two composition courses used to satisfy the general education requirement of English/Communication.

Note: May not be taken for credit after successful completion of ENGL 1043.

Sections

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20825 001 20
MWF 0800-0850 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 167
20826 002 20
MWF 0800-0850 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 168
20827 003 20
MWF 0900-0950 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20828 004 20
MWF 1000-1050 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20829 005 20
MWF 1100-1150 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20830 006 20
MWF 1200-1250 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20831 007 20
MWF 1200-1250 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 167
20832 008 20
MWF 1300-1350 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20833 009 20
MWF 1300-1350 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 167
20834 010 20
MW 1400-1520 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20835 011 20
TR 0800-0920 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20836 012 20
TR 0800-0920 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 167
20837 013 20
TR 0930-1050 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20838 014 20
TR 1100-1220 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20839 015 20
TR 1100-1220 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 167
20840 016 20
TR 1300-1420 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20841 017 20
TR 1300-1420 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15
20842 018 20
TR 1430-1550 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 WPN 165
20843 TC1 20
- 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15
20844 TC2 20
- 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15
20845 TC3 20
- 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15
20853 A01 25
MW 1100-1220 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZCC AUD
20854 A02 25
MW 1230-1350 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZCC 109
20855 A03 25
MW 1400-1520 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZCC AUD
20856 A04 25
F 0830-1120 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZADM 156
20857 A05 25
TR 0800-0920 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZADM 162
20858 A06 25
TR 0930-1050 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZCC AUD
20859 A07 25
TR 1230-1350 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZCC AUD
20860 A08 25
R 1730-2020 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZBTC
21493 A09 25
R 1730-2020 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 OZADM 162
22573 P01 0
- 12-JAN-15 / 01-JUN-15 HS17
22633 019 18
MWF 1200-1250 12-JAN-15 / 05-MAY-15 DN 115