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English and Speech

Summer 1:  May 27 - June 30 (day & online classes) or July 16 (evening classes)
Summer 2:  July 1 - July 22

EN 121 English Composition
3 credits
In state $552 Out of state $1,659
Online: In state $597 Out of state $1,704
Prerequisite or co-requisite: college-level English proficiency as demonstrated by placement test or completion of appropriate ES course(s)
This course encourages students' confidence, writing fluency, and the development of a competent writing self by focusing on the writing process. A number of forms are employed, including brainstorming, freewriting, journal writing, reading response journals, and formal essay writing. Classes are conducted as workshops, and both peers and instructor offer constructive feedback. (G1: Basic Communication)

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8263 35A M T W 9:10 am-12:00 pm C314
8444 35B M T W 2:10 pm-5:00 pm A642
8554 OL1
- ONLINE
8622 OL2
- ONLINE

EN 231 Short Fiction
3 credits
In state $552 Out of state $1,659
Online: In state $597 Out of state $1,704
Prerequisite: EN 121 or equivalent
Students read and analyze stories by authors from around the world. They consider various aspects of narrative and explore different modes of storytelling. The study of short fiction prepares students to read more widely on their own in the future. (G7: Humanities)

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8264 35B M T W 1:10 pm-4:00 pm A643
8290 35C M W 6:20 pm-9:10 pm A337
8788 OL1
- ONLINE

EN 236 Major Writers of the Western World
3 credits
In state $552 Out of state $1,659
Online: In state $597 Out of state $1,704
Prerequisite: EN 121 or equivalent
Studies major themes in the cultural heritage of the Western world from Greek tragedy to the modern novel. Readings are from such representative writers as Plato, Sophocles, Euripides, Dante, Shakespeare, Austen, Flaubert, Tolstoy, Ibsen, Chekhov, Mann, and Sartre. (G7: Humanities)

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8676 OL1
- ONLINE
8920 OL2
- ONLINE

EN 242 Public Speaking
3 credits
In state $552 Out of state $1,659
Prerequisite: EN 121 or equivalent
Covers all major aspects of speech preparation, such as formulating purpose statements, analyzing and adapting to audiences, organizing and outlining ideas, assessing evidence and reasoning, and using language effectively. The study of various areas of speech presentation--such as vocal and nonverbal communication, and use of appropriate visuals--complement preparation. Students give a variety of informative and persuasive presentations, which are videotaped and analyzed by the students and the instructor.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8265 35A M T W 9:10 am-12:00 pm A641

SUMMER 2

CRN Section Day Time Location
8445 35C M T W R 9:00 am-12:45 pm A641

EN 245 Intercultural Communication
3 credits
In state $552 Out of state $1,659
Online: In state $597 Out of state $1,704
Prerequisite: EN 121 or equivalent
Students are introduced to the communication process among people from different cultures. The course examines how factors such as cultural patterns, verbal and nonverbal communication, and perception play a role in intercultural relationships. Theory and research in intercultural communication are presented and students apply this information to intercultural encounters.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8673 35A M T W 9:10 am-12:00 pm A341A
8674 OL1
- ONLINE
8774 OL2
- ONLINE

EN 272 Identity in America: History and Literature, 1865 to Present
3 credits
In state $552 Out of state $1,659
Prerequisite: EN 121 or equivalent
Students read and interpret literary texts in order to understand the evolution of America's self-images since the Civil War. They explore the cultural context of particular works and how identity manifests itself in literature. Themes examined include regional and ethnic diversity between 1865 and World War I; modernism and expatriation in a context of alienation, loss of faith, and new scientific questions between 1918 and World War II; the civil rights and women's movements through 1980; and multiculturalism, postmodernism, and the implications of technological development and globalization in the last 20 years. (G7: Humanities; G10: American History)

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8526 35A M W 6:20 pm-9:10 pm A642

EN 321 Strategies of Business Communication
3 credits
In state $759 Out of state $2,046
Online: In state $804 Out of state $2,091
Prerequisite: EN 121 or equivalent and any additional EN course
Students analyze business situations to write effective correspondence, job search materials, reports, and presentations. They also learn various strategies to elicit appropriate responses for specific audiences. Students are guided in techniques of business research and documentation and develop strategies for using available technology.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8310 85A M T W 1:10 pm-4:00 pm B928
8675 OL1
- ONLINE

EN 361 Creative Writing
3 credits
In state $759 Out of state $2,046
Online: In state $804 Out of state $2,091
Prerequisite: EN 121 or equivalent
In a workshop environment, students prepare a portfolio of works from one or more of the following genres: fiction, poetry, or drama. Structure, plot, characterization, point of view, theme, and metaphoric language are explored, and works-in-progress are critiqued by faculty and fellow students. Through the processes of writing, critiquing, and revising, ideas are shaped into imaginative form. (G6: Arts)

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8390 OL1
- ONLINE
8434 OL2
- ONLINE
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