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ENGLISH (ENG)

Lower Division

100. Academic Speaking for Multilingual Students
Analysis and practice of spoken language in university settings, such as classroom discussions, laboratories, office hours, and other interactions. Builds students' understanding of and fluency in such areas as intonation patterns, grammatical structures, and discourse strategies for particular academic situations. Corequisite: concurrent enrollment in ENG 102B or consent of instructor. (4 units)
102. Stretch Composition I
  1. Stretch Composition I

    Analysis and use of strategies for critically reading and writing expository texts. Builds students' understandings of the relationships among language, meaning, and context, as well as their abilities to conduct research and evaluate sources, to use writing as a means of critical thinking, and to write essays that reflect a variety of rhetorical approaches. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 102A-103A-104A. Students identify themselves for placement in this course through Directed Self-Placement. Graded credit/no credit. No more than eight units of the ENG 102A-103A-104A stretch sequence may count toward graduation. (4 units)

  2. Stretch Composition I for Multilingual Students

    Analysis and use of strategies for critically reading and writing expository texts. Builds students' understandings of the relationships among language, meaning, and context, as well as their abilities to conduct research and evaluate sources, to use writing as a means of critical thinking, and to write essays that reflect a variety of rhetorical approaches. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 102B-103B-104B. Students identify themselves for placement in this course through Directed Self-Placement and through self-identification as a speaker of a native or home language other than English. Students who meet these two criteria may also opt to take ENG 102A instead of ENG 102B. Graded credit/no credit. No more than eight units of the ENG 102B-103B-104B stretch sequence may count toward graduation. (4 units)

103. Stretch Composition II
  1. Stretch Composition II

    Continued emphasis on the relationships among language, meaning, and context, on conducting research, and on strategies for reading and writing expository texts with varied purposes and audiences. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 102A-103A-104A. Prerequisite: ENG 102A. Graded credit/no credit. No more than eight units of the ENG 102A-103A-104A stretch sequence may count toward graduation. (4 units)

  2. Stretch Composition II for Multilingual Students

    Continued emphasis on the relationships among language, meaning, and context, on conducting research, and on strategies for reading and writing expository texts with varied purposes and audiences. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 102B-103B-104B. Prerequisite: ENG 102B. Graded credit/no credit. No more than eight units of the ENG 102B-103B-104B stretch sequence may count toward graduation. (4 units)

104. Stretch Composition III
  1. Stretch Composition III

    Further attention to relationships among written language, meaning, and context. Develops students' understandings of writing as a recursive process requiring rethinking and rewriting, as well as their abilities to conduct research, to integrate it into their own arguments, and to use writing as a means of critical thinking. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 102A-103A-104A. Prerequisite: ENG 103A. Graded A,B,C/no credit. A grade of C or better fulfills GE A1. No more than eight units of the ENG 102A-103A-104A stretch sequence may count toward graduation. (GE=A1) (4 units)

  2. Stretch Composition III for Multilingual Students

    Further attention to relationships among written language, meaning, and context. Develops students' understandings of writing as a recursive process requiring rethinking and rewriting, as well as their abilities to conduct research, to integrate it into their own arguments, and to use writing as a means of critical thinking. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 102B-103B-104B. Graded A,B,C/no credit. A grade of C or better fulfills GE A1. No more than eight units of the ENG 102B-103B-104B stretch sequence may count toward graduation. Prerequisite: ENG 103B. (GE=A1) (4 units)

105. Accelerated Stretch Composition I
Analysis and use of strategies for conducting research and critically reading and writing expository texts. Explores relationships among language, meaning, and context, and emphasizes writing as a recursive process and a means of critical thinking. Students identify themselves for placement in this course through Directed Self-Placement or through receiving an NC in ENG 103A or 103B. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 105-106. Graded credit/no credit. (4 units)
106. Accelerated Stretch Composition II
Further examination of how written language functions in context. Builds students' abilities to conduct research and to integrate it into their own arguments. Students will remain with the same cohort of classmates in the same time slot across ENG 105-106. Graded A,B,C/no credit. A grade of C or better fulfills GE A1. Prerequisite: ENG 105. (GE=A1) (4 units)
107. Advanced First-Year Composition
Concentrated composition course for advanced first-year writers. Examines the ways written language functions in various contexts. Requires students to conduct research, to draw upon their critical readings of texts to develop their own arguments, and to examine and use rhetorical strategies that respond to different situations. Formerly ENG 101. Students identify themselves for placement in this course through Directed Self-Placement, or through receiving an NC in ENG 104 or ENG 106. Graded A,B,C/no credit. A grade of C or better fulfills GE A1. (GE=A1) (4 units)
110. World Literature I
Readings in world literature to the sixteenth century (in English translation). Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or equivalent. (GE=C2) (4 units)
111. World Literature II
Readings in world literature from the sixteenth century to the contemporary period (in English translation). Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or equivalent. (GE=C2) (4 units)
140. Major American Authors
Readings in major figures in American literature from the Puritans to the present. (4 units)
160. World Drama
Selected readings of dramatic literature (in translation) from the fifth century B.C. to the present. (Also offered as TA 160. Students may not receive credit for both.) Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or equivalent. (GE=C2) (4 units)
170. Studies in Literature
Analysis of the forms and content of literature. Emphasis is on the methodology of reading prose fiction, drama and poetry. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or equivalent. (GE=C2) (4 units)
210. English Literature I
Readings in English literature from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance. Formerly ENG 230. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or equivalent. (4 units)
211. English Literature II
Readings in English literature from the Restoration through the eighteenth century. Formerly ENG 231. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
212. English Literature III
Readings in nineteenth-century English literature. Formerly ENG 232. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
213. English Literature IV
Readings in English literature from the twentieth century to the present. Formerly ENG 232. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
240. Writing in the Public Sphere
Consideration of how writers use texts (including visual, digital, and print media) to represent public issues and effect public action. Emphasizes the social and material aspects of public writing and public rhetorics, and includes practice in writing for the public sphere. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)

Upper Division

300. English Workshop
An intermediate-level refresher course in writing designed to prepare students for advanced work in composition. Concentration on specific techniques. May not be counted toward fulfilling requirements in the English major and does not fulfill the upper-division writing requirement. Not open to students who have already completed EDUC 306, ENG 306, HUM 306, MGMT 306, NSCI 306 or SSCI 306. Graded A, B, C/no credit. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)

Students are strongly advised to take one or more of the analysis or analysis and writing courses (ENG 301, 302, 303, 304) before taking other upper-division courses.

301. Analysis of Poetry
Credit allowed for only one of the following:
  1. Analysis. Literary analysis of selected lyric poems with special emphasis on how to write about literature. Formerly ENG 301. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
  2. Analysis and Writing. Literary analysis of selected lyric poems with special emphasis on how to write about literature, as well as practice in writing poetry. Students seeking recommendation for a teaching credential (English subject matter program) must take ENG 301B. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
302. Analysis of Drama
Credit allowed for only one of the following:
  1. Analysis. Literary analysis of selected plays with special emphasis on how to write about dramatic literature. Formerly ENG 302. (Also offered as TA 302A. Students may not receive credit for both.) Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
  2. Analysis and Writing. Literary analysis of selected plays with special emphasis on how to write about dramatic literature, as well as integrated practice in writing for performance. (Also offered as TA 302B. Students may not receive credit for both.) Students seeking recommendation for a teaching credential (English subject matter program) must take ENG 302B. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
303. Analysis of Prose Fiction
Credit allowed for only one of the following:
  1. Analysis. Literary analysis of selected narrative prose with special emphasis on how to write about literature. Formerly ENG 303. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
  2. Analysis and Writing. Literary analysis of selected narrative prose with special emphasis on how to write about literature, as well as practice in writing fiction. Students seeking recommendation for a teaching credential (English subject matter program) must take ENG 303B. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
304. Analysis of Nonfiction Prose
Credit allowed for only one of the following:
  1. Analysis. Literary analysis of selected nonfiction prose with special emphasis on how to write about literature. Formerly ENG 304. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
  2. Analysis and Writing. Literary analysis of selected nonfiction prose with special emphasis on how to write about literature as well as practice in writing nonfiction. Students seeking recommendation for a teaching credential (English subject matter program) must take ENG 304B. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement. (4 units)
306. Expository Writing
Advanced expository writing including documented research reports, summaries and analytical papers. Revision and rewriting will be required. Course fulfills the graduation requirement in writing proficiency. No more than one of the Expository Writing courses (EDUC 306, ENG 306, HUM 306, MGMT 306, NSCI 306, SSCI 306) may be taken for credit. Students who have received a grade of no credit in any combination of the expository writing courses two or more times must meet with the 306 coordinator or a designee to design a developmental writing plan as a condition for enrolling for a third quarter. All students must obtain junior status at the time of registration or their course request will be cancelled. Graded A, B, C/no credit. Prerequisites: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement and a minimum of 90 quarter (60 semester) units of college credit. (GE=F1) (4 units)
309. Literature in the Classroom
Approaches to sundry literary genres or themes with an emphasis on adapting them to the elementary classroom. May be repeated for credit as topics change. (4 units)
311. The English Language
Introduction to the structure and development of the English language, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and language acquisition. (4 units)
312. Theories of Language Acquisition and Learning
Examination of linguistic, psychological and social aspects of language acquisition and learning. Explores connections between first and second language acquisition theories and language teaching. Prerequisite: ENG 311. (4 units)
314. American Indian Literature
A consideration of the oral traditions and significant literary works of a variety of American Indian cultures in their changing cultural contexts. (GE=G2) (4 units)
315. Studies in a Literary Genre
Intensive study of a selected genre. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; and one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B, or consent of instructor. (4 units)
316. Introduction to Creative Writing: Specialized Genres
Workshop in writing in a specialized genre, with discussion of student writing and of exemplary works by established writers. May be repeated for credit as topics change. (4 units)
317. Introduction to Creative Writing: Poetry
Workshop in writing poetry, discussion of student writing and exemplary works by established poets. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or consent of instructor. (4 units)
318. Introduction to Creative Writing: Fiction
Workshop in writing fiction, discussion of student writing and exemplary works by established authors. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or consent of instructor. (4 units)
319. Studies in Literary Diversity
Intensive study of literature which reflects diversity, especially of race, gender, sexual orientation, class or culture. May be repeated for credit as topics change. May be taken for credit by students who have received credit for ENG 322; credit may not be received twice for the same topic. (4 units)
320. Children's Literature
History and development of children's literature; emphasis on developing skills in analyzing, evaluating and selecting books for children from preschool through junior high school, especially picture books. Prerequisite: one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B. (4 units)
321. Studies in Language and Linguistics
Intensive study in selected topics in linguistics or language. May be repeated for credit as topics change. (4 units)
323. Chicano Literature
Selected literature by and about Mexican Americans. Emphasis on the uniqueness of the voices that collectively define Chicano literature and on that literature's formal and thematic characteristics. (4 units)
324. Studies in Literary Topics
Study of a selected topic in literature. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; and one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B. (4 units)
325. American Literature I
Readings in American literature from the Colonial period through the Civil War. Formerly ENG 330 and 331. (4 units)
326. American Literature II
Readings in American literature from the Civil War to the present. Formerly ENG 332. (4 units)
327. Literature for Adolescents and Young Adults
History and analysis of literature aimed at the adolescent and young adult audience. Emphasis on literary and cultural values by exploration of the themes and genres appropriate for junior and senior high school readers. Prerequisite: one course from ENG 301A, 301B, 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B. (4 units)
329. Issues in Literacy and Writing Studies
Examination of literacy as a historically and socially mediated set of values and practices, with specific consideration of how literacy functions in specific communities. Introduces students to related theories of writing and language use. (4 units)
330. Tutoring Writing: Theory and Practice
Study of theories and methods for tutoring writing in college and secondary school contexts. Those completing this course with a grade of "B" (3.0) or better are eligible to participate in campus writing tutoring programs. Prerequisite: satisfaction of the GE written communication (A1) requirement or equivalent or consent of instructor. (4 units)
333. Myth and Epic
Myths and epics of folklore and of classical literature, emphasizing relationships to later Western literature. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; and one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B. (4 units)
335. Studies in the Novel
Studies in the novel with emphasis on close reading of specific texts. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; and one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B. (4 units)
336. Women Writers
Literary analysis of selected works by women writers, with special emphasis on historical and contemporary issues in women's lives. (Also offered as GSS 336. Students may not receive credit for both.) (4 units)
339. African American Literature
Readings in African American literature from the oral tradition to the present, with emphasis on literary, historical and cultural contexts. (4 units)
347. Playwriting
Fundamentals of play development, including plot, character, structure, and theme. Classroom exercises will culminate in students creating their own dramatic scenes and short plays. (Also offered as TA 347. Students may not receive credit for both.) Prerequisite: one course from ENG 302A, 302B ,TA 302A, 302B; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
385. Literary Theory and Criticism
Survey of major issues in literary theory and criticism from Plato to the present. (4 units)
399. Community Service Project
Credit for applying previously learned skills in the area of English to academically related tasks in such agencies as governmental, social services and educational institutions. May be repeated for a total of two units. May not be counted toward fulfilling requirements in the English major or minor. Graded credit/no credit. Prerequisite: departmental approval of a written application submitted in advance of the quarter in which the course is to be taken. (1-2 units)
401. English Literature of the Middle Ages
Lyric, drama, prose and verse narrative from the beginnings of English literature through Malory. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
403. English Literature of the Renaissance
Poetry, prose and drama of the sixteenth century. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
406. Seventeenth Century Literature
English prose and poetry from Bacon through Milton. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
409. English Literature of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century
English poetry and prose of the Restoration and eighteenth century. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
412. Romantic Prose and Poetry
Major English romantics such as Blake, Wordsworth, Keats, Coleridge, Shelley and Byron. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
415. Victorian Literature
Major writers of Victorian England. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
417. Intermediate Creative Writing: Poetry
Intermediate-level workshop in poetry writing; discussion of student writing and exemplary texts by established poets. Prerequisite: ENG 317 or consent of instructor. (4 units)
418. Intermediate Creative Writing: Fiction
Intermediate-level workshop in fiction writing; discussion of student writing and exemplary texts by established fiction writers. Prerequisite: ENG 318 or consent of instructor. (4 units)
420. English Grammar I
Study and analysis of grammatical structures of English. Prerequisite: ENG 311. (4 units)
422. History of the English Language
Development of the English language from the beginning to the present. Prerequisite: ENG 311. (4 units)
423. Studies in a Literary Theme
Intensive study of a selected theme. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major. (4 units)
440. Studies in a Literary Period or Movement
Intensive study of literature within historical and/or cultural contexts. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
441. Studies in a Major Author or Authors
Intensive study of a selected author or authors. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major. (4 units)
442. Modern Poetry
Studies in British, American and European poetry from the late nineteenth century to World War II. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
443. Contemporary Poetry
Studies in British and American poetry from World War II to the present. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300- and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
447. Modern Fiction
Fiction from 1900 through World War II. Formerly ENG 446. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
448. Contemporary Fiction
Fiction from World War II to the present. Formerly ENG 446. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
463. Advanced Studies in Literary Topics
Advanced study of a topic in literature. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; and 12 additional units of 200-, 300-, and/or 400-level literature courses in the English major, or consent of instructor. (4 units)
475. Shakespeare I
Comedies and histories. (Also offered as TA 475. Students may not receive credit for both.) Prerequisite: one course from ENG 301A, 301B, 302A, 302B; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
476. Shakespeare II
Tragedies and romances. (Also offered as TA 476. Students may not receive credit for both.) Prerequisite: one course from ENG 301A, 301B, 302A, 302B; or consent of instructor. (4 units)
507. Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry
Advanced-level workshop in poetry writing; discussion of student writing and exemplary texts by established poets. Formerly a topic under ENG 513. May be repeated with consent of M.F.A. graduate poetry coordinator. Prerequisite: ENG 417 or consent of instructor. (4 units)
508. Advanced Creative Writing: Fiction
Advanced-level workshop in fiction writing; discussion of student writing and exemplary texts by established fiction writers. Formerly a topic under ENG 513. May be repeated with consent of M.F.A. graduate fiction coordinator. Prerequisite: ENG 418 or consent of instructor. (4 units)
510. English in the Secondary Classroom
English as a secondary school subject including language, literature and composition. Emphasis on theories and practices associated with reading, writing, and assessment. Prerequisites: ENG 301B, 306, 311, 329, 385; and one course from ENG 302B, 303B, 304B. (4 units)
511. Creative Writing in the Secondary Classroom
Advanced methods for teaching the techniques of creative writing, focusing primarily on poetry and fiction. Intended for future elementary and secondary teachers. Requires a minimum six-hour field component. May be repeated for a total of eight units. Prerequisite: ENG 317 or 318 with consent of instructor or graduate coordinator. (4 units)
513. Advanced Creative Writing in Specialized Genres
Advanced workshop in writing in a specialized genre, with discussion of student writing and of exemplary works by established writers. May be repeated for credit as subject matter changes. Prerequisite: ENG 417 or 418 or consent of instructor. (4 units)
515. Senior Seminar in Literature
Advanced study of a selected literary topic, including consideration of critical theory and methodology. May be repeated for credit as topics change. ENG 301A or 301B; one course from ENG 302A, 302B, 303A, 303B, 304A, 304B; ENG 385; and consent of instructor. (4 units)
516. Senior Project
Preparation and submission of a portfolio of appropriate writing samples as the basis of a reflective essay showing how the portfolio demonstrates accomplishment of essential goals of the major. Graded credit/no credit. Prerequisite: completion of 135 units, including 40 units of the English major. (1 unit)
517. Honors Project
Preparation of a piece of graduate-level writing (which may be an expansion of one of the student's papers or other work) to be presented at an honors colloquium. Required attendance at honors colloquia. Graded credit/no credit. Prerequisite: 3.5 grade point average in the English major. (2 units)
522. Independent Study in Writing
Projects in advanced writing: fiction, non-fiction, poetry or drama. A total of eight units may apply to the English major or toward graduation. Prerequisites: ENG 513 and departmental approval; students must be enrolled in the Creative Writing track and the project must be approved by an instructor. (4 units)
523. English Grammar II
Advanced study and analysis of grammatical structures of English. Prerequisites: ENG 311 and 420. (4 units)
524. Sociolinguistics
An examination of language within social and cultural contexts, including ethnic, social and regional dialect variations in the United States. Prerequisites: ENG 311 and 420. (4 units)
525. Seminar in Literary Theory and Criticism
Advanced study in special topics in literary theory and criticism. May be repeated for credit as topics change. (4 units)
526. English Phonetics and Phonology
Sounds and sound patterns of spoken English, with special attention to the pronunciation problems encountered by learners of English as a second language. Prerequisite: ENG 311. (4 units)
535. Images of Culture Through Children's Literature
Becoming acquainted with the children's literature of various cultures and organizing this literature for curricular choices. (Also offered as ERDG 642. Student may not receive credit for both.) Graduate students are required to do coursework appropriate for graduate students. Prerequisite: ERDG 620 for students enrolled in the College of Education; consent of instructor for other students. (4 units)
543. Literary Publication
Principles and methods of literary publication. Students function as a literary staff dealing with key aspects of the production process, including helping to select and edit, and proof read poems, short stories, artwork and plays. ENG 543A, 543B, and 543C may each be taken once for credit. Prerequisite: ENG 507 or 508; or current enrollment in the M.F.A. in Creative Writing; or consent of instructor.
  1. Solicitation of submissions; selections of materials; gathering, ranking and editing of submissions to the campus literary journal. (4 units)
  2. Production, layout, design and editing of the literary journal. (4 units)
  3. Publication process, organization of readings, and promotion of new issue of literary journal. (4 units)
565. Special Studies in Writing
Studies in particular topics in writing, such as assessment, learning theory and research on the teaching of writing. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (2 units)
566. Special Studies in Writing
Studies in particular topics in writing, such as assessment, learning theory and research on the teaching of writing. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (4 units)
575. Internship in English
Supervised learning experience applying English-related skills in a work setting. A total of eight units may be applied toward graduation. Graded credit/no credit. Generally assumes 30 hours of work/study per unit of credit. Prerequisites: junior standing with at least 16 units of course work in English on this campus with an overall grade point average of 3.0 or better; consent of instructor; and departmental approval of a written proposal submitted in advance of the quarter in which the course is to be taken. (2-5 units)
595. Independent Study in Literature, Composition, or Linguistics
Independent study of selected themes, figures, and areas in literature, composition, or linguistics. May be repeated for a maximum of eight units of credit toward the B.A. in English and toward graduation. Prerequisites: a minimum overall grade point average of 3.0, consent of instructor, and departmental approval of a written proposal of a project submitted on a standard application filed in advance of the quarter in which the course is to be taken. (2-5 units)

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