ENG 3033, Introduction to Writing Studies: Inquiry and practice in the theory, ideology, and ethics of writing in private, public, professional, technological, and academic contexts. Spring.
ENG 4722, Internship in Writing Studies: Supervised work in an approved professional setting. Prerequisite, consent of the department chair and faculty advisor. Fall.
ENG 4711, Preceptorship in Writing Studies: A seminar course designed to support the development of sound professional and pedagogical practices in the field of Writing Studies. Fall.
ENG 4733, Advanced Internship in Writing Studies: Supervised work in an approved professional setting. Prerequisite, consent of the department chair and faculty advisor. Spring.
ENG 3003, Advanced Composition: Emphasis on the development of structure and style in the literary essay and on research skills. Spring.
ENG 3013, Practical Writing: Emphasis on practical writing skills applicable to students in all disciplines. Will not apply to English degree requirements. Fall, Spring.
ENG 3023, Creative Writing: Instruction and practice in the writing of poetry, fiction, and drama. May be repeated with change of literary category. Fall, Spring. .
ENG 3043, Technical Writing: Forms and techniques of technical writing. Will not apply to English BA major requirements. Fall, Spring.
ENG 4023, Advanced Creative Writing: Writing poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, or drama. Prerequisite, ENG 3023 or permission of instructor. May be repeated with change of literary category. Fall.
ENG 4043, Theory in the Teaching of Composition: An introduction to teaching composition based on current research and theory with special emphasis on practical applications in the secondary school classroom. Spring.
ENG 4703, Persuasive Writing: Practice in reading and writing persuasive texts, with study of theories relating to rhetoric and persuasion. Fall.
Special Topics in Writing Studies: Intensive study of a topic, issue, or theory in the field of Writing Studies. See current bulletin description for specific topic. Students may repeat the Writing Studies Seminar up to 2 times for a total of 6 credits as long as the topic is different each time. Topics may include: Rhetorical Theory for Writing Studies, Feminist and Critical Writing Pedagogies, Research in Writing Studies, Ethnography, Grant Writing, Teaching Writing through Technology, and Writing Center Theory and Practice.