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UW‐L

ENGLISH
MAJOR:
6120
 
 
 
 
 
 
 DRAFT
Proposal

TEACHER
CERTIFICATION
PROGRAMS,
Early
Adolescence
–
Adolescence
(ages
10
–
21),


&
Early
Childhood
–
Adolescence
(ages
birth
–
21).

40
credits
beyond
General
Education.





Courses
listed
in
more
than
one
category
may
be
counted
only
once.


A.
Foundations

 
 
 7
credits
 E.
Adolescent
Literature
 
 3
credits



 ___
ENG
301
Foundations
for
Literary
Studies
 ___
ENG
341
Adolescent
Literature


 ___
ENG
433
Introduction
to
Teaching
Writing


 F.
Literature
Before
1800





















6
credits


 (one
Shakespeare
course
is
required.
3
credits)

B.
Language/Linguistics

 
 6
credits


 ___
ENG
302
Intermediate
Topics
in
Literature
*

3
credits
 

___
ENG
332
Modern
English
Grammars
 ___
ENG
363
Shakespeare
I



3
credits
 ___
ENG
364
Shakespeare
II


___
ENG
330
The
English
Language

 
 ___
ENG
361
Old
&
Middle
English
Literature

___
ENG
432
Introduction
to
Linguistics
 
 ___
ENG
362
The
English
Renaissance

___
ENG
334
Language
Studies
for
Secondary
Teachers
 
 ___
ENG
403
Individual
Projects*

___
ENG
338
Comparative
Analysis
of
Styles
 
 ___
ENG
462
Seminar
in
British
Literature*



 ___
ENG
366
Restoration
&
Eighteenth
Century


 
 Literature


 ___
ENG
370
Early
American
Literature


C.
Writing

 
 
 
 3
credits
 ___
ENG
462
Seminar
in
British
Literature*


___
ENG
463
Chaucer


 ___
ENG
304
Writing
in
the
Humanities


 ___
ENG
305
Creative
Writing

___
ENG
464
Milton


 ___
ENG
306
Writing
for
Teachers
 ___
ENG
470
Seminar
in
American
Literature*


 ___
ENG
307
Writing
for
Management,
PR,
Prof
 ___
ENG
481
Seminar
in
Literature
and
culture*


 ___
ENG
308
Technical
Writing
 ___
ENG
482
Advanced
Study
of
Women’s
Literature*


 ___
ENG
309
Writing
in
the
Sciences
 ___
ENG
494
Advanced
Topics
in
Literature*


 ___
ENG
495
Advanced
Study
of
Major
Authors*



 


 


G.
World
Literatures
 
 3
credits


D.
Rhetoric
&
Writing
Studies
 
 6
credits
 
___
ENG
205
Western
Literature
I


3
Credits
 
___
ENG
206
Western
Literature
II


___
ENG
333
Introduction
to
Rhetoric
&
Writing
Studies

 
___
ENG
208
International
Literature



3
Credits
 
___
ENG
302
Intermediate
Topics
in
Literature
*


___
ENG
313
Prose
Style
&
Editing


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
___
ENG
356
European
Literature
in
Translation


 
 
 
 
 


___
ENG
325
Reporting
&
Copy
Editing
 
___
ENG
357
World
Literatures


___
ENG
326
Feature
&
Specialized
Writing

___
ENG
403
Individual
Projects*


___
ENG
327
Publications
Production

___
ENG
462
Seminar
in
British
Literature*



___
ENG
334
Language
Study
for
Secondary
Teachers

___
ENG
469
Postcolonial
Anglophone
Literature


___
ENG
434
Chinese
Discourse:
Different
Ways
of


 
 
 
 ___
ENG
470
Seminar
in
American
Literature*


 Thinking
&
Writing


 ___
ENG
481
Seminar
in
Literature
and
Culture*

___
ENG
497
Seminar
in
Rhetoric
&
Writing
Studies


 ___
ENG
482
Advanced
Study
of
Women’s
Literature*



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 ___
ENG
494
Advanced
Topics
in
Literature*



 ___ENG
495
Advanced
Study
of
Major
Authors*




















*when
appropriately
focused






 
 
 


UW‐L

ENGLISH
MAJOR
:
6120
 
 
 
 
 
 DRAFT
PROPOSAL

TEACHER
CERTIFICATION
PROGRAMS
 
 
 
 
 
 
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2

40
credits
beyond
General
Education.














Courses
listed
in
more
than
one
category
may
be
counted
only
once.


H.
19 
 ‐20th
Century

th

 
 3
credits
 I.
Multicultural,
Minority,

 






3
credits






American
&
British
Literature

 
 
 
 





 Ethnic,
and
Women’s
Literature

___
ENG
302
Intermediate
Topics
in
Literature
*


 ___
ENG
207
Multicultural
Literature
of
the
U.S.

th
___
ENG
367
19

 
Century
British
Literature
 ___
ENG
210
The
Literature
of
Black
America

___
ENG
368
British
Literature
after
1900


 ___
ENG
215
African‐American
Authors

___
ENG
371
Nineteenth
Century
American
Literature
 ___
ENG
302
Intermediate
Topics
in
Literature
*


___
ENG
372
American
Literature
after
1900
 ___
ENG
380
Literature
of
American
Ethnic
&



___
ENG
380
Lit
of
American
Ethnic
and
Minority
 







Minority
Cultures



 Cultures
 ___
ENG
381
American
Indian
Literature


___
ENG
381
American
Indian
Literature
 ___
ENG
382
Latino
Literature
of
the
U.S.


___
ENG
403
Individual
Projects*

 ___
ENG
385
Women
Authors


___
ENG
462
Seminar
in
British
Literature*
 ___
ENG
462
Seminar
in
British
Literature*


___
ENG
466
Romantic
Poets
 ___
ENG
470
Seminar
in
American
Literature*

___
ENG
467
Victorian
Poets


 ___
ENG
476
The
Fiction
&
Non‐Fiction
of


___
ENG
469
Postcolonial
Anglophone
Literature


 







Richard
Wright

___
ENG
470
Seminar
in
American
Literature*


 ___
ENG
477
African‐American
Essay
&
Short


___
ENG
471
American
Romanticism
 






Story


___
ENG
472
American
Realism
 ___
ENG
478
Twentieth‐Century
African‐


___
ENG
476
The
Fiction
and
Non‐Fiction
of

 






American
Novels



 Richard
Wright
 ___
ENG
481
Seminar
in
Literature
and
Culture
*


___
ENG
477
African‐American
Essay
and
Short

 ___
ENG
482
Advanced
Study
of
Women’s



 
 Story
 






Literature


___
ENG
478
Twentieth
Century
African‐American
Literature
 ___
ENG
494
Advanced
Topics
in
Literature*


___
ENG
470
Seminar
in
American
Literature*
 ___
ENG
495
Advanced
Study
of
Major
Authors*

___
ENG
481
Seminar
in
Literature
and
culture*


___
ENG
482
Advanced
Study
of
Women’s
Literature*
 • Must
 select
 at
 least
 6
 credits

___
ENG
494
Advanced
Topics
in
Literature*
 from
 courses
 numbered
 400

___
ENG
495
Advanced
Study
of
Major
Authors*

and
above,
excluding
ENG
433.


• Only
one
course
at
the
200


level
may
be
counted
for
the

English
Education
major.

• No
course
included
as
part
of

the
general
education

requirements
may
be
included

in
the
English
Education
major.