Courses

20th Century British and American Poetry

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
370
Course Credits: 
3

Poetry, theory and techniques of modern poets such as Hopkins, Yeats, Eliot, Pound, Frost, Brooks, Plath, Heaney, Collins.

Acting & Directing

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
309
Course Credits: 
3

Provides basic laboratory training in techniques of acting and directing through practical exercises with short scenes and plays. Work on voice and movement. Interpretation skills, performance analysis, and the planning and conducting of rehearsals are used to achieve an individual approach to acting and directing.

Acting & Directing

Course Prefix: 
TR
Course Number: 
309
Course Credits: 
3

Provides basic laboratory training in techniques of acting and directing through practical exercises with short scenes and plays. Work on voice and movement. Interpretation skills, performance analysis, and the planning and conducting of rehearsals are used to achieve an individual approach to acting and directing.

Advanced Composition: Expository

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
110
Course Credits: 
3

Extensive work in expository writing, some treatment of grammar and style, and the completion of an acceptable research paper in MLA format. This course fulfills the General Education Requirement for Written Composition.

Advanced Grammar and Conversation I

Course Prefix: 
SP
Course Number: 
315
Course Credits: 
3

Study and utilization of grammar in speech and writing. Spanish phonetics. Development of advanced vocabulary and cultural awareness. Discussion of current events and oral analysis of readings. Conducted in Spanish. Prerequisite: SP 202 or 3 years of high school Spanish or demonstrated proficiency.

Advanced Grammar and Conversation II

Course Prefix: 
SP
Course Number: 
316
Course Credits: 
3

Study of grammar on a more advanced level through the intensive practice of speeches, conversation, and writing. Development of broad vocabulary, coherent discourse and cultural awareness. Discussion of currents events and oral analysis of readings. Conducted in Spanish. Prerequisite: SP 315 or 4 years of high school Spanish or demonstrated proficiency.

Advanced Media Writing

Course Prefix: 
CA
Course Number: 
324
Course Credits: 
3

An advanced professional writing course, providing intensive practice in writing blogs, commentaries and features for publication in print and web. Prerequisite: CA/EN 220 or Department permission.

Advanced Media Writing

Course Prefix: 
EN
Course Number: 
324
Course Credits: 
3

An advanced professional writing course, providing intensive practice in writing blogs, commentaries, and features for publication in print and web. Prerequisite: CA/EN 220 or Departmental permission.

Basic Spanish I

Course Prefix: 
SP
Course Number: 
101
Course Credits: 
4

Introduction to the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures through interactive and communicative reading, writing, listening, and speaking activities to develop language and cultural proficiency.

Basic Spanish II

Course Prefix: 
SP
Course Number: 
102
Course Credits: 
4

Continuation of Spanish 101.

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