Graduate 2020-2021

ENG 500 Introduction to Graduate Study

An orientation to graduate study in general and the nature and methods of research in particular. Should be taken during the first semester of graduate work.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 508 Workshop

A variety of workshops on special topics within the discipline. Goals and objectives will emphasize the acquisition of general knowledge and skills in the discipline.
1- 3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

Repeatable Status

ST - Repeatable under different subtitles with no limits on the number of times it can be repeated

ENG 510 Advanced Placement Program-English

A course designed to provide content and pedagogical information related to the teaching of writing and literature in the secondary school English advanced placement program. S/U graded.
1- 3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

Repeatable Status

Course is repeatable with no limitations

ENG 523 Advanced Studies in the Teaching of Writing

Advanced study of teaching and learning, integrating theory and practice for teachers of writing.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 525 Studies in the Moving Image

Introduction to film analysis and film theory. Students will have the opportunity to learn core skills in film analysis and interpretation and engage with ongoing conversations in film theory.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 530 Advanced Studies in World Literature

An investigation of a theme, form or problem that cuts across periods and nationalities.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

Repeatable Status

Course is repeatable with no limitations

ENG 536 Teaching Immigrant Literature

Course will expand on undergraduate literary and critical training to examine four theoretically informed approaches to teaching US Immigrant literature.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 538 Literary Criticism and Theory

Historical survey of different theoretical approaches to literary and cultural criticism and pedagogy, including classical, renaissance, and eighteenth-century movements. Emphasis on twentieth-century schools.
3

Prerequisites

ENG 500 with a minimum grade of C

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 540 Introduction to Composition and Rhetoric

This course offers an introduction to the discipline of rhetoric and composition, emphasizing disciplinary identity and evolution, as well as theoretical perspectives on discourse, rhetoric, and writing pedagogy.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore and Junior

ENG 547 Visual Rhetoric and Multimodal Literacies

This course familiarizes students with a range of 21st century digital composing tools and methods of assessing multimodal projects.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 561 Genre Study: Poetry

This course prepares students with tools and methods to read and teach works of poetry.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 562 Genre Study: Fiction

This course prepares students with tools and methods to read and teach works of fiction.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 563 Genre Study: Drama

This course prepares students with tools and methods to read and teach dramatic literature.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 570 Advanced Studies in American Literature

This course offers in-depth study of literature from a particular literary period and its movements. Works chosen suit the variable title of the course and represent writers from or based in the United States of America.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore and Junior

Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

Repeatable Status

ST - Repeatable under different subtitles and course is repeatable with a maximum of 6 credit hours

ENG 580 Advanced Studies in British Literature

This course offers in-depth study of literature from a particular literary period and its movements. Works chosen suit the variable title of the course and represent writers from the British Isles and/or from former colonies.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore and Junior

Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

Repeatable Status

ST - Repeatable under different subtitles and course is repeatable with a maximum of 6 credit hours

ENG 593 The Rocky Mountain Writing Project

Teachers teaching teachers about writing to extend their knowledge in theory and practice and to prepare them as writing consultants. Open to K-12 teachers in all disciplines. S/U graded.
6

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

Repeatable Status

Course is repeatable with a maximum of 12 credit hours

ENG 594 Practicum in the Teaching of College Composition

Train new teaching assistants in School of English to teach college level composition to UNC students.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

ENG 598 Colloquium in Literature

Intensive focus on a critical and/or literary problem, discourse, theme, genre or individual author.
3

Class Restriction

Exclude Freshman and Sophomore

Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

Repeatable Status

ST - Repeatable under different subtitles with no limits on the number of times it can be repeated