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2021-22 Graduate Course Listing

Please note that several courses require permits to enroll; 6620, 6973, 6980 and 6983 and all electives require your coordinator's approval. Course offerings are subject to change, and students are urged to check the University's semester schedule and consult their coordinator in addition to these schedules.

Note: This schedule of classes is subject to change. We encourage you to print this schedule to help you plan your coursework; however, you should check the schedule each semester for any changes. The graduate coordinators will also inform you of updates to the schedule via the ENGMA listserv, so make sure to check your CSUSB email account regularly.

MA in English and Writing Studies Schedule AY 2021-2022

Fall 2021
Monday 4:00-5:15 Tuesday 4:00-5:15 Wednesday 4:00-5:15 Thursday 4:00-5:15
5230 Grammar & Discourse (W Smith)

5240 Sociolinguistics (Hyon) [offered MW 10:30-11:45 am]

5210 Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology & Audition (Hall) [offered TR 9-10:15 am]

 

5230 Grammar & Discourse (W Smith)

5240 Sociolinguistics (Hyon) [offered MW 10:30-11:45 am]
5210 Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology & Audition (Hall) [offered TR 9-10:15 am]

 
Monday 5:30-8:15 Tuesday 5:30-8:15 Wednesday 5:30-8:15 Thursday 5:30-8:15
6340 Seminar in Literacy Studies (Cavallaro) 6120 Composition Theory (Lee) 6120  Composition Theory (Rowan)

6620 Sites of Praxis (Lee)

6190  Multilingualism and SLA (Hyon) 6973/6983 Thesis/Exam Prep (J Luck)   6030 Narrating Environment (Premoli) 
 

6020 Other Worlds: Speculative Fiction and Radical Worldmaking  (Pak)

5140 Inside Out Prison Education (Cavallaro)

  5140 Prison Education Project (Ovalle Perez)
Spring 2022
Monday 4:00-5:15 Tuesday 4:00-5:15 Wednesday 4:00-5:15 Thursday 4:00-5:15

5260 Phonetics & Phonology  (Hall)

5230 Grammar & Discourse (Hyon)

5300 Creative Nonfiction (Brown)

5260 Phonetics & Phonology  (Hall)

5230 Grammar & Discourse (Hyon)

5300 Creative Nonfiction (Brown)

       
Monday 5:30-8:15 Tuesday 5:30-8:15 Wednesday 5:30-8:15 Thursday 5:30-8:15
6580 Multimodal Writing (Cavallaro) 6973/6983 Thesis/Exam Prep (Rowan)

6090 Cultures of Research in English & Writing Studies (Fernandez)

6210 Approaches to Teaching Imaginative Writing (Simonian)
6000 Critical Approaches to Literature (J Luck) 6510 Made of Money: American Literature and the New Economic Criticism (C Luck))

6620 Sites of Praxis (Lee)

6260 TESL Methods (Hyon)
  6310 Seminar in Public and Professional Discourses  (Girshin)  

 

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