•  ENGL 1010 - Rhetoric and Composition I

•  ENGL 1011 - Rhetoric and Composition I with Writing Tutorial

•  ENGL 1020 - Rhetoric and Composition II

•  ENGL 1130 - Western Humanities I

•  ENGL 1150 - Western Humanities II

•  ENGL 1310 - Values in 20th-Century American Fiction

•  ENGL 1330 - Introduction to Literature

•  ENGL 1610 - English as a Foreign Language I

•  ENGL 1620 - English as a Foreign Language II

•  ENGL 1999r - Special Projects

•  ENGL 2010 - Introduction to Literary Analysis

•  ENGL 2050 - Introduction to Rhetorical Analysis

•  ENGL 2060r - Topics in Literature

•  ENGL 2070r - Topics in Rhetoric

•  ENGL 2080r - Topics in Intellectual Inquiry

•  ENGL 2110 - American Literature to 1855

•  ENGL 2120 - American Literature from 1855

•  ENGL 2130 - Survey of American Literature

•  ENGL 2210 - Survey of English Literature to 1800

•  ENGL 2220 - Survey of English Literature Since 1800

•  ENGL 2230 - Survey of British Literature

•  ENGL 2280 - Children’s Literature

•  ENGL 2290 - Literature for the Adolescent

•  ENGL 2410 - Western World Literature I

•  ENGL 2420 - Western World Literature II

•  ENGL 2510r - Popular Fiction

•  ENGL 2520 - African-American Literature

•  ENGL 2530r - Topics in Literature and War

•  ENGL 2540 - The Romantic Experience

•  ENGL 2700 - Creative Writing

•  ENGL 2810 - Technical Writing

•  ENGL 2820 - Scientific Writing

•  ENGL 2830 - Writing for the Social Sciences

•  ENGL 2880 - Professional Writing

•  ENGL 3010 - Introduction to the Theory and Function of Literary Criticism

•  ENGL 3020 - History of Literary Criticism

•  ENGL 3110 - Literatures of Early America

•  ENGL 3120 - American Literature: 1800-1865

•  ENGL 3130 - American Literature: 1865-1914

•  ENGL 3140 - American Literature: 1914-1945

•  ENGL 3150 - American Literature Since World War II

•  ENGL 3210 - American Women Writers

•  ENGL 3220 - Southern American Literature

•  ENGL 3230 - African-American Slave Narrative Tradition

•  ENGL 3310 - The Literature of England to 1300

•  ENGL 3320 - The Literature of England, 1300-1500

•  ENGL 3330 - Early Renaissance Literature to 1600

•  ENGL 3340 - Shakespeare

•  ENGL 3345 - Milton

•  ENGL 3355 - Seventeenth-Century British Literature

•  ENGL 3365 - Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature

•  ENGL 3380 - English Romantic Period

•  ENGL 3390 - Victorian Literature

•  ENGL 3400 - Late Victorian and Edwardian Literature

•  ENGL 3410 - British Modernism 1900-1945

•  ENGL 3420 - Post-WWII British Literature

•  ENGL 3450 - British Women Writers

•  ENGL 3500 - Greek and Roman Tragedy in Translation

•  ENGL 3520 - Colonial and Post-Colonial Literature in English

•  ENGL 3530r - Masterpieces of Asian Literature

•  ENGL 3540 - Modern Japanese Fiction

•  ENGL 3560 - African Literature

•  ENGL 3640 - Introduction to Linguistics

•  ENGL 3740r - Creative Writing: Nonfiction

•  ENGL 3750r - Creative Writing: Poetry

•  ENGL 3760r - Creative Writing: Fiction

•  ENGL 3780r - Literary Editing and Publishing

•  ENGL 3790r - Cross Genre Writing Workshop

•  ENGL 3810 - Origins and History of Writing: Hieroglyphics to Hypertext

•  ENGL 3820 - Contemporary English Grammar

•  ENGL 3830 - Writing Beyond the Academy

•  ENGL 3850 - Persuasion and Propaganda

•  ENGL 4000 - Seminar in the Novel: Special Topics

•  ENGL 4010 - Modern Poetry

•  ENGL 4020 - Theatre and Feminism

•  ENGL 4030 - Traditions of the Short Poem

•  ENGL 4040 - Traditions in Short Fiction

•  ENGL 4050 - Readings in Creative Nonfiction

•  ENGL 4110 - American Novel to 1900

•  ENGL 4120 - American Novel Since 1900

•  ENGL 4150 - Modern American Drama

•  ENGL 4270r - Major American Figures

•  ENGL 4310 - Early English Drama, Origins to 1642

•  ENGL 4320 - Later English Drama, 1660-1800

•  ENGL 4340 - Development of the British Novel: from Defoe to George Eliot

•  ENGL 4350 - The Modern British Novel

•  ENGL 4430 - Advanced Studies in Shakespeare

•  ENGL 4430 - Africana Womanism

•  ENGL 4470r - Major British Figures

•  ENGL 4620 - English As a Second Language

•  ENGL 4650 - History of the English Language

•  ENGL 4720r - Advanced Short Story Workshop

•  ENGL 4800 - Grant Writing

•  ENGL 4810 - Writing for Teachers

•  ENGL 4820 - Writing with Style

•  ENGL 4830 - Theories and Methods of Argument

•  ENGL 4840 - Proposals, Articles and Technical Research

•  ENGL 4850 - Women’s Rhetoric

•  ENGL 4860 - Visual Rhetoric

•  ENGL 4870r - Major Issues in Rhetoric

•  ENGL 4910r - Writing Workshop

•  ENGL 4960r - Internship

•  ENGL 4970r - Special Topics in Literature and Language

•  ENGL 4980 - Senior Seminar: Special Topics

•  ENGL 4994r - Departmental Practicum

•  ENGL 4995r - Departmental Thesis

•  ENGL 4997r - Research

•  ENGL 4998r - Individual Studies

•  ENGL 4999r - Group Studies