The Ultimate Spring 2018 Guide to English Courses

The Ultimate Spring 2018 Guide to English Courses

Do you need to take English Courses next semester? Then this is the guide for you!

Students Completing Institutional English Requirements

  • See the General Education English Sequences to know which courses you can take to fulfill your institutional requirements for English.
  • Reminders:
    • Basic English (3101-3102) leads to Reading and Composition (3201-3202/3209/3289) NOT to Intermediate English.
    • Intermediate English (3103-3104) leads to electives in English (listed in the link above) NOT to Advanced English.
    • Advanced English (3211-3212) fulfills your institutional English requirements, but are NOT equivalent to electives in English.
    • Please be clear about what sequence you’re in and satisfy those requirements to avoid graduation delays later.
  • You can take a look at the course schedule here, keeping in mind that the document is color coded for English Department Students. Consult the list above to see what courses you can take.

BA in English Students

MAEE Students

  • Consult the Graduate Course Requirements and discuss them with your advisor to decide which courses to enroll in and when.
  • The Course Offering Master Schedule to know when courses are offered and which courses you need to take.
  • Here’s the Spring 2018 schedule, color coded for your convenience.
  • For course promos on some of the courses, check out the courses category in our blog.
  • If you’re planning to do an Independent Research (INGL 6995), please remember to have the professor submit a brief syllabus that describes the research activities and how you will be evaluated.
  • For registration, meet with Dr. Leonardo Flores in the English Department anytime between January 19-26. Walk-in availability:
    • M,F: 8:00-11:30, 1:00-2:30
    • Wednesday: 8:00-9:30, 1:00-2:30
    • T,Th: 8:00-12:00, 1:00-2:30

Resources

Here’s the official flowchart for the whole registration process: Flujograma Matrícula 2do Sem. 2017-2018.

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