Graduate Course Rotation for English and Humanities

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Below is the graduate, online/virtual campus course rotation for the next several 8-week sessions.

THIS COURSE ROTATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.


MA in English students should take *required courses ENGL 5307 & ENGL 5308 at the first available opportunity.
MA in Humanities students should take HUMA 5300 at the first available opportunity.

Table for graduate English rotation.
FALL-2 2023
SPRING-1 2024
SPRING-2 2024
SUMMER 2024
ENGL5300 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
ENGL5302 - Restoration and Early 18th C. Literature

ENGL 5319 - Grants and Proposals

ENGL5300 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
ENGL5303 - Shakespeare
*ENGL5307 - Literary Theory
ENGL5309 - Young Adult Literature
ENGL5300 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
ENGL5304 - Studies in British Literature: 20th and 21st Century
ENGL5315 - Creative Writing Workshop
ENGL5300 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
ENGL5310 - Early American Literature Century
ENGL5318 - Structures of Language
HUMA 5300 - The Humanities and Interdisciplinary Thought

FALL-1 2024
FALL-2 2024
SPRING-1 2025
SPRING-1 2025
ENGL5300 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
*ENGL5308 - Advanced Research in English Studies
ENGL5311 - American Romanticism and Realism
ENGL 5319 - Grants and Proposals
ENGL5300 - Academic Writing for Graduate Students
ENGL5316 - Special Topics in English
ENGL5312 - Modern American Literature