English (ENGL)

English (ENGL)

ENGL 1010  Writing  (4 Credit Hours)  

ENGL1010 is a 4-credit course that satisfies the freshman writing requirement and should be taken in the fall or spring of the first year. The purpose of English 1010 is to teach students to write clearly and to organize complex arguments that engage in a scholarly way with expert knowledge. Students learn to conduct independent bibliographic research and to incorporate that material appropriately into clear, complex, coherent arguments that characterize academic discourse. Students with an AP credit score of 4 or 5 or an IB credit score of 6 or 7 in English do not have to take ENGL 1010. Questions should be directed to the student advisor and the Director of Freshman Writing in the Department of English.

ENGL 1011  Writing for Academic Purposes  (4 Credit Hours)  

ENGL1011 is a 4-credit hour course that satisfies the freshman writing requirement and must be taken in the fall or spring of the freshman year. It introduces students to the writing of academic arguments, including analytic reading and research techniques for a variety of disciplines in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences, including business. Some entering students will be required to take CESL 1000 before taking ENGL 1011. Focus on the goals and skills appropriate to international students and speakers of other languages. Questions should be directed to the student advisor and the Director of English for Academic and Professional Purposes, Robert Connor, in the Center for Global Education.<br/>

ENGL 1890  Service Learning: ENGL 1010  (0-1 Credit Hours)  

Service Learning.

ENGL 2390  Semester Abroad  (0 Credit Hours)  

Study Abroad.

ENGL 5380  Junior Year Abroad  (0 Credit Hours)  

Junior Year Abroad.

ENGL 5390  Junior Year Abroad  (1-10 Credit Hours)  

Junior Year Abroad.