PROJECTED COURSE ROTATION SCHEDULE

 

Undergraduate English and Literature Courses
Language Courses
Graduate English Courses
Undergraduate Virtual Campus Courses

 

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**ALL COURSE ROTATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE**


Undergraduate English and Literature Courses

Below is the tentative undergraduate Plainview face to face course rotation for the next several semesters.

*ENGL 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302, and 2303 are offered during every long semester and over most May Micro, Summer I, and Summer II terms.

Spring 2016

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3304 – Advanced Grammar

ENGL 3311 – 20th Century British Literature

ENGL 3315 – Young Adult Literature

ENGL 4308 – Colonial and Postcolonial Literature

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

May Micro 2016

ENGL 3321 – History of English Language

Fall 2016

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3300 – 19th Century American Literature

ENGL 3307 – Creative Writing

ENGL 4301 – British Renaissance & Early 17th Century Lit.

ENGL 4345 – Teaching English as a Second Language

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

RSWR 3345 – Research Writing Methods

Spring 2017

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3302 – 20th Century American Literature

ENGL 3313 – Film and Literature

ENGL 4302 – Restoration and 18th Century British Lit.

ENGL 4314 – Usage and Style

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

May Micro 2017

ENGL 4306 – Introduction to Linguistics

Fall 2017

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3301 – Early American Literature

ENGL 3320 – Technical Communication

ENGL 3330 – Introduction to Film

ENGL 4303 – Shakespeare

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

Spring 2018

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3304 – Advanced Grammar

ENGL 3310 – 19th Century British Literature

ENGL 3315 – Young Adult Literature

ENGL 4308 – Colonial and Postcolonial Literature

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

May Micro 2018

ENGL 4311 – Introduction to Literary Theory

Fall 2018

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3300 – 19th Century American Literature

ENGL 3307 – Creative Writing

ENGL 3311 – 20th Century British Literature

ENGL 4345 – Teaching English as a Second Language

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

RSWR 3345 – Research Writing Methods

Spring 2019

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3302 – 20th Century American Literature

ENGL 4301 – British Renaissance & Early 17th Century Lit.

ENGL 4314 – Usage and Style

ENGL 4330 – Studies in Film

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

Fall 2019

ENGL 1301 – Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 – Composition and Reading

ENGL 2301 – English Literature

ENGL 2302 – American Literature

ENGL 2303 – World Literature

ENGL 3301 – Early American Literature

ENGL 3320 – Technical Communication

ENGL 3330 – Introduction to Film

ENGL 4303 – Shakespeare

ENGL 4101 – English Major Capstone

**COURSE ROTATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE**

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Language Courses

Below is the tentative undergraduate Plainview face to face course rotation for the next several semesters.

Fall 2015

“ENGL 1479X” – Beginning American Sign Language I

CHIN 2301 – Intermediate Chinese I

FREN 1401 – Beginning French I

GERM 2301 – Intermediate German I

SPAN 1401 – Beginning Spanish I

SPAN 1402 – Beginning Spanish II

SPAN 2301 – Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 2302 – Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 3305 – Spanish Conversation

SPAN 4305 – Spanish-American Literature

SPAN 4101 – Spanish Major Capstone

Spring 2016

“ENGL 1479X” – Beginning American Sign Language II

CHIN 2302 – Intermediate Chinese II

FREN 1402 – Beginning French II

GERM 2302 – Intermediate German II

SPAN 1401 – Beginning Spanish I

SPAN 1402 – Beginning Spanish II

SPAN 2301 – Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 2302 – Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 3313 – Spanish-American Culture and Civilization

SPAN 4306 – Methods of Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language

SPAN 4101 – Spanish Major Capstone

Fall 2016

“ASL. 2301” – Intermediate ASL I

CHIN 1401 – Beginning Chinese I

FREN 2301 – Intermediate French I

GERM 1401 – Beginning German I

SPAN 1401 – Beginning Spanish I

SPAN 1402 – Beginning Spanish II

SPAN 2301 – Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 2302 – Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 3312 – Intro to Spanish & Latin American Lit.

SPAN 3315 – Spanish for Law Enforcement

SPAN 3322 – Advanced Grammar & Composition I

SPAN 4307 – Latin American Essays

SPAN 4101 – Spanish Major Capstone

Spring 2017

“ASL. 2302” – Intermediate ASL II

CHIN 1402 – Beginning Chinese II

FREN 2302 – Intermediate French II

GERM 1402 – Beginning German II

SPAN 1401 – Beginning Spanish I

SPAN 1402 – Beginning Spanish II

SPAN 2301 – Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 2302 – Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 4101 – Spanish Major Capstone

**COURSE ROTATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE**

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Graduate English Courses

Below is the tentative graduate online (Virtual campus) course rotation for the next several terms.

The following courses can be made available as needed during all terms:

ENGL 5360 - Thesis I

ENGL 5361 - Thesis II

ENGL 5102 - Comprehensive Exam

Fall 2015

ENGL 5305 – The Middle Ages

ENGL 5306 – Sociolinguistics & Discourse Studies

*ENGL 5307 –Literary Theory

Winter 2015

ENGL 5301 – 17th Century Prose and Poetry

ENGL 5313 – Studies in American Literature

ENGL 5315 – Advanced Creative Writing

Spring 2016

ENGL 5309 – Young Adult Literature

ENGL 5316 – Special Topics in Literature

ENGL 5345 – Teaching English as a Second Language

Summer 2016

ENGL 5302 – 18th Century Prose and Poetry

*ENGL 5308 – Advanced Literary Research

ENGL 5312 – Modern American Literature

Fall 2016

ENGL 5303 – Shakespeare

ENGL 5311 – American Romanticism and Realism

ENGL 5318 – Structures of Language

Winter 2016

ENGL 5304 – Studies in British Literature

*ENGL 5307 –Literary Theory

ENGL 5310 – Early American Literature

Spring 2017

ENGL 5314 – Usage and Style

ENGL 5317 – Studies in Poetry

ENGL 5346 – Teaching College Composition

Summer 2017

ENGL 5305 – The Middle Ages

*ENGL 5308 – Advanced Literary Research

ENGL 5315 – Advanced Creative Writing

Fall 2017

ENGL 5306 – Sociolinguistics & Discourse Studies

ENGL 5313 – Studies in American Literature

ENGL 5345 – Teaching English as a Second Language

Winter 2017

ENGL 5301 – 17th Century Prose and Poetry

ENGL 5309 – Young Adult Literature

ENGL 5316 – Special Topics in Literature

Spring 2018

ENGL 5302 – 18th Century Prose and Poetry

ENGL 5312 – Modern American Literature

ENGL 5318 – Structures of Language

Summer 2018

ENGL 5303 – Shakespeare

*ENGL 5307 –Literary Theory

ENGL 5311 – American Romanticism and Realism

**THIS COURSE ROTATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.**

It is recommended that you take required courses (5307 & 5308) at the first available opportunity.

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Undergraduate Virtual Campus Courses

The School of Languages and Literature offers the following courses online during every term:

ENGL 1301 - Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 1302 - Composition and Reading

ENGL 2302 - American Literature

ENGL 3303 - Studies in Literature: Fiction & Poetry

ENGL 3320 - Foundations of Technical Communication

RSWR 3345 - Research Writing Methods

SPAN 1301 - Beginning Spanish I

SPAN 1302 - Beginning Spanish II

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