Course Rotation

Courses in the Graduate Program generally follow a two-year rotation, except for ENGL 504, which is offered every summer, and ENGL 501, which is offered every fall. ENGL 680, a variable-topic seminar in composition theory, can be repeated for credit so long as the topic focus is different.


Even numbered years (2014, 2016, etc.)

Spring

  • ENGL 596, Assessing Written Texts
  • ENGL 506, Linguistics
  • Later American Literature

Summer

  • ENGL 504, Practicum in Teaching College Composition
  • Special-topic Literature

Fall

  • ENGL 501, Research Methods
  • ENGL 591, Introduction to Composition Theory
  • ENGL 680, Composition Theory Seminar


Odd numbered years (2013, 2015, etc.)

Spring

  • ENGL 605, Computers in Language and Rhetoric
  • ENGL 602, Literary theory (or equivalent theory class)
  • Later British literature

Summer

  • ENGL 504, Practicum in Teaching College Composition
  • Earlier American literature

Fall

  • ENGL 501, Research Methods
  • ENGL 680, Theory of Basic Writing
  • Earlier British Literature


Please note that, because this rotation is being phased in during the Fall of 2013, course offerings for that semester may not match this rotation exactly. This rotation is subject to change based on, among other factors, faculty availability.