ENGL 1140, 1160, 1180, 1190, and 1200 all count toward three courses of the four-course nonfiction writing focus. One other course must be a topically related literature course. Courses listed below can be used as a guide, and other literature courses topically related to the student's work in nonfiction writing may be applied to the focus with advisor approval.
|Course #||Semester||CRN||Instructor(s)||Section Title|
|ENGL1210||1||14853||Adams||History of the English Language|
|ENGL1511I||1||15440||McLaughlin||Culture and Anarchy|
|ENGL1710D||2||25171||Landow||Anglo-American Nonfiction: Sages, Satirists, and New Journalists|
|ENGL1761R||1||15442||Kim||The Non-Fiction of Race in 20th-Century American Culture|
|ENGL1900T||2||25200||George||The Postcolonial and the Postmodern|
|ENGL1910D (AFRI1050M)||2||Wideman||Roots of African American Fiction: Oral Narrative through Richard Wright|