Course Offering Master Schedule

The following master schedule is a guide for students, faculty, and the administration to know what courses will be offered and when. Courses may be offered outside this schedule if there is interest in and demand for them. This information is particularly important for students enrolled in our undergraduate and graduate program to plan what courses to take in order to graduate in a timely fashion. For details on requirements, please consult the Undergraduate Curriculum or Graduate Course Offerings for course requirements, as well as the requirements for the Teacher Certification Program, the Film Certificate Program, and the Minor in Writing and Communication in English.

For your convenience, courses required by our programs are identified as follows:

*Undergraduate Program Required Courses (both literature and linguistics tracks)
**Graduate Program Required Courses

Every Fall Semester

INGL3046: LITERATURE FROM BRITISH POSTCOLONIES
INGL3101: BASIC ENGLISH I*
INGL3103: INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH I*
INGL3205: GRAMMAR AND USAGE OF ENGLISH
INGL3211: ADVANCED ENGLISH I*
INGL3306: MODERN BRITISH LITERATURE
INGL3307: INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION IN THE WORKPLACE
INGL3308: INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY THEORY FROM 1900 TO THE PRESENT
INGL3312: THE NOVEL IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
INGL3321: ENGLISH LITERATURE TO 1798*
INGL3323: MODERN DRAMA IN ENGLISH SINCE 1890
INGL3326: LITERATURE OF MINORITY IN THE UNITED STATES
INGL3351: AMERICAN LITERATURE TO 1860*
INGL4026: SOCIOLINGUISTICS
INGL4030: RESEARCH AND WRITING LITERATURE*
INGL4196: GROUP COMMUNICATION
INGL4205: MORPHOLOGY AND SYNTAX
INGL4255: PROFESSIONAL EDITING
INGL4285: FEATURE WRITING
INGL6006: RESEARCH METHODS**
INGL6009: MODELS FOR TEACHING LITERATURE**
INGL6018: TOPICS IN PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
INGL6020: SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION**
INGL6028: PSYCHOLINGUISTICS AND THE READING PROCESS
INGL6030: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF COMPOSITION

Every Semester

INGL3201: ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND READING*
INGL3202: ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND READING*
INGL3225: INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS*
INGL3227: PHONETICS OF ENGLISH*
INGL3231: ENGLISH EXPOSITORY WRITING
INGL3236: TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION
INGL3238: CREATIVE WRITING
INGL3250: PUBLIC SPEAKING
INGL3268: WRITING FOR THE MEDIA
INGL3289: CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
INGL3296: WORLD ENGLISHES
INGL3300: STUDIES IN LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE
INGL3318: LITERATURE OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING CARIBBEAN
INGL3322: ENGLISH LITERATURE FROM 1798 TO MODERN PERIOD*
INGL3345: TOPICS IN CINEMA
INGL5010: PERSPECTIVES ON TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
INGL5019: PRAGMATICS
INGL6995: RESEARCH
INGL6996: UNIVERSITY TEACHING DEVELOPMENT
INGL6999: THESIS*

Every Spring Semester

INGL3056: INTRODUCTION TO THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS
INGL3057: MEDIA LITERACY
INGL3102: BASIC COURSE IN ENGLISH*
INGL3104: INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH II*
INGL3175: POETRY WRITING
INGL3209: COMMUNICATION IN SCIENCE
INGL3212: ADVANCED ENGLISH II*
INGL3276: INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: SHORT STORY
INGL3277: INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: THE NOVEL
INGL3286: CREATIVE WRITING FICTION
INGL3305: MODERN AMERICAN LITERATURE
INGL3317: THE NOVEL IN AMERICAN LITERATURE
INGL3325: MODERN POETRY
INGL3352: AMERICAN LITERATURE FROM 1860 TO THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD*
INGL4008: CREATIVE NONFICTION WRITING
INGL4025: SHAKESPEARE*
INGL4028: RESEARCH AND WRITING IN LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS*
INGL4047: ENGLISH PHONOLOGY
INGL4075: PSYCHOLINGUISTICS*
INGL4206: THE STRUCTURE OF ENGLISH*
INGL4208: HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE*
INGL5007: ORAL COMMUNICATION
INGL5015: ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERARY CRITICISM
INGL6005: FOUNDATIONS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION**
INGL6008: BILINGUALISM AND LANGUAGE-CONTACT
INGL6010: TESL MATERIALS AND TESTING
INGL6016: TOPICS IN SOCIOLINGUISTICS
INGL6040: PRACTICE IN THE TEACHING OF COMPOSITION
INGL6055: STUDIES IN LITERATURE I

 


Attention: this section is being updated. Courses will be offered on a more regular schedule. Information will be provided shortly. If you have any planning questions– especially if you’re graduating– concerning these courses, please contact Dr. Leonardo Flores.

Alternate Fall Semesters

Odd years (2017, 2019, etc)

INGL4017: THE ROMANTIC PERIOD*
INGL4316: AMERICAN ROMANTICISM*
INGL5025: CURRENT APPROACHES IN LINGUISTIC THEORY

Even Years (2018, 2020, etc.)

INGL4095: THE VICTORIAN PERIOD*
INGL4125: INTRODUCTION TO SEMANTICS
INGL4317: AMERICAN REALISM AND NATURALISM*

Alternate Spring Semesters

Odd years (2017, 2019, etc)

INGL4000: ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE 17TH CENTURY*
INGL4009: LITERATURE OF THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE*
INGL6477: VICTORIAN POETRY AND PROSE
INGL6516: PUERTO RICAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH

Even Years (2018, 2020, etc.)

INGL4027: OLD AND MIDDLE ENGLISH LITERATURE*
INGL4097: ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE 18TH CENTURY*
INGL6048: POETRY SINCE 1945


Unscheduled & Sporadically Offered Courses

INGL3279: INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: POETRY
INGL5018: STUDY IN THE BRITISH ISLES
INGL4059: PERSUASIVE WRITING
INGL4066: RESEARCH IN WRITING AND COMMUNICATION
INGL4107: RHETORICAL THEORY
INGL4108: ADVANCED TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION
INGL4318: EARLY AMERICAN AUTHORS
INGL5009: CONTRASTIVE GRAMMAR
INGL6076: THE ROMANTIC MOVEMENT: THE SECOND GENERATION
INGL6441: SHAKESPEARE: TEXTS AND CONTEXTS
INGL6448: THE VICTORIAN NOVEL
INGL6459: AMERICAN LITERATURE UNTIL 1820
INGL6476: FICTION FROM 1900 TO 1945
INGL6478: OLD ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
INGL6479: NEOCLASSICAL POETRY, PROSE, DRAMA
INGL6487: THE BRITISH ROMANTIC MOVEMENT: THE FIRST GENERATION
INGL6526: POSTCOLONIAL THEORY AND LITERATURE FROM BRITISH POSTCOLONIES
INGL6605: RESEARCH METHODS LITERATURE
INGL6910: CREATIVE PROJECT
INGL6997: TOPICS IN A LITERARY GENRE

Usually offered in the Summer

3238: CREATIVE WRITING
3236: TECHNICAL WRITING
3201: READING AND COMPOSITION I
3321: SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE I
3236: TECHNICAL WRITING
3201: READING AND COMPOSITION I
3351: SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE I
3238: CREATIVE WRITING
3202: READING AND COMPOSITION II
3345: TOPICS IN FILM

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