Dec 07, 2019  
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Educational Leadership

  
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    EDLR 7620 - Leading Diverse Communities to Support Teaching and Learning



    This course addresses the role of the educational leader as a crucial driver in examining the diversity and equity contexts of schools. The course focuses on how educational leaders can transform schools through leading and supporting diverse students, teachers, staff, families and communities in partnership efforts that positively impact achievement for all students. Performance-based field clinical exercises, assessments, and experiences constitute substantial parts of this course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Other Contact Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No


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    EDLR 7630 - Improving Instructional Capacity Through Change



    This course provides opportunity for educational leadership candidates to explore perspectives on managing change and building instructional capacity in schools. The course examines critical factors that drive change in schools and the types of changes schools face in contemporary times. Domains of school and instructional performance, in change contexts, are examined and used to inform instructional capacity building. Performance-based field clinical exercises, assessments, and experiences constitute substantial parts of this course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Other Contact Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: Yes


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    EDLR 7960 - School Performance Analysis and Evaluation



    This course is designed to provide candidates with an understanding of the relevant domains of school performance (DoSP). The course introduces candidates to the identification, measurement, analysis, synthesis and evaluation of relevant DoSP and the implications for school improvement.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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Emergency Medicine

  
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    EMED 5001 - Emergency Medicine Clerkship



    Prerequisite: Core Curriculum This month rotation is structured to give the student an introduction to the specialty of Emergency Medicine. The rotation is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to gain experience in dealing with conditions routinely seen in the practice of Emergency Medicine. Clinical instruction in the initial evaluation and stabilization of the acutely ill and injured patient will be provided by working alongside Emergency Medicine faculty who are present 24 hours a day. The rotation provides ample clinical experience and patient contact. The schedule includes approximately 40 hours of patient contact a week and EMS experience. There is assigned reading and a final exam. Students will rotate at one of several sites, including MCG, Ft. Gordon, Aiken, and Tifton. Sites are subject to change. Students will be assigned to the sites on a “first come” basis. Housing is provided at very remote sites. More information can be obtained by contacting Melissa Powell in the Department of Emergency Medicine, MCG Ext. 4412.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 10
    Other Contact Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5002 - Emergency Medicine Externship



    Students will serve as a sub-intern in the Emergency Department seeing patients primarily and staffing with an attending physician. The student assumes the primary medical care responsibilities for patients in the Emergency Department and is supervised by Emergency Medicine Faculty. The sub-intern will work independent of EM resident input, working with specified EM faculty over the Sub-I month. Students will present a lecture to the residency class during the grand rounds. Students will rotate on a local ambulance service for two shifts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: EMED5001

    Credit Hours: 10
    Lecture Hours: 3 Other Contact Hours: 45

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia Degree Restrictions: Doctor of Medicine


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    EMED 5003 - Pediatric Emergency Medicine Clerkship



    Prerequisite: Core Curriculum This elective will expose the student to the wide variety of pediatric illnesses and injuries, which present to the Emergency Department. The student will assume progressive responsibility in the management of trauma, major and minor medical illnesses, and minor surgical procedures. Students will work directly with the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Attending or the Emergency Medicine Attending. There is an open book exam and small project due at the end of each rotation.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Lecture Hours: 2 Other Contact Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5004 - Research in Emergency Medicine



    Prerequisite: Approval by faculty member with whom research will be done Opportunity to participate in research projects in conjunction with members of the faculty of the Department of Emergency Medicine. Arrangements to be made by the student with a member of the faculty. Students will be required to submit a summary of their research findings in abstract form to receive credit for the elective. If the duration of the work is more than one month, students only receive credit for a one month elective.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5005 - Emergency Medicine Externship Off-Campus



    Prerequisite: EMED 5001 or EMED 5002 This special off-campus rotation will be arranged by the student with an off-site hospital which accepts off-campus students for an Emergency Medicine rotation. The rotation will include nine hours of patient contact in addition to didactic sessions offered by the site. Teaching materials will be provided by the chosen faculty and an examination at the end of the rotation may be required depending on the selected site.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Other Contact Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 2

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5007 - International and Travel Medicine



    Prerequisite: Successful completion of third year of medical school This will be a supervised clinical experience with students engaging in patient care under the direct supervision of faculty trained and familiar with travel medicine, clinical tropical medicine, and medicine in the developing world.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5008 - Emergency Ultrasound



    Prerequisites: EMED 5001 1) Familiarization of the principles of Emergency US 2) Demonstration of the clinical utility of EUS 3) Learn the basic principles and physics of sonography 4) Introduction to the basic emergency ultrasound exams

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Lecture Hours: 11 Other Contact Hours: 28

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5010 - Emergency Medicine Clerkship for Visiting Civilian Students



    The goals of the course are to attain an overview of the specialty of Emergency Medicine and gain insight into the assessment and management of emergent patients.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Lecture Hours: 13 Lab Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia Level Restrictions: Professional Semester


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    EMED 5011 - Emergency Medicine Clerkship for Military Applicants



    The goals of the course are to attain an overview of the specialty of Emergency Medicine and gain insight into the assessment and management of emergent patients.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Lecture Hours: 13 Lab Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia Level Restrictions: Professional Semester


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    EMED 5012 - Emergency Medicine Clerkship



    Prerequisites: Core Curriculum Student will attain an overview of the specialty of Emergency Medicine and gain insight into the assessment and management of emergency patients.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 10
    Other Contact Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5013 - Rural Emergency Medicine



    The rotation will provide ample clinical experience, patient contact, and procedures. The schedule includes approximately 34-36 hours of patient care contact per week. Students will spend at least one session with a triage nurse in the ED. Students will ride one shift with EMS and one with paramedics during this rotation. Clinical instruction in the initial evaluation and stabilization of the acutely ill and injured patient will be provided by working alongside Emergency Medicine faculty who are present 24 hours a day. Students will work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and nights, including some weekends, comprising a total of fifteen 9-hour shifts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Other Contact Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No

    Program Restrictions: MD_MEDD-Medicine


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    EMED 5014 - Emergency Medicine Services (EMS) Elective for Medical Students



    M3 or M4 students will observe, assist, and learn from EMS personnel who respond to 911 calls.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 7
    Other Contact Hours: 40

    Repeat Status: No

    Degree Restrictions: Doctor of Medicine


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    EMED 5085 - Phase I Elective: Freshman Elective in Emergency Medicine



    Prerequisite: None Students will shadow a senior student or emergency medicine resident in the initial assessment and management of undifferentiated patients. There will be interaction with the attending physician on all patients. Activities will be entirely clinical.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 10

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5086 - Phase I Elective: Introduction to Wilderness Medicine



    Weekly seminars will be conducted by the Emergency Medicine physicians on a wide variety of topics encompassed by the expanse of Wilderness Medicine. Subjects covered will include envenomotions, altitude illness, heat and cold injuries, water purification, traveler’s diarrhea, and dive medicine, etc. Subjects covered can be tailored to group interest and experience.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5087 - Basic Emergency Response



    Students will develop knowledge and skills required for emergency response in pre-clinical settings. Upon completion students will understand their role in basic emergency response, be able to assess emergency situations and victims, and perform basic skills to help stabilize a trauma or medical patient in the field.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No Repeat Limit: 0

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5088 - Elective Course in Documentation in the Emergency Department



    The student will follow the physicians in the Emergency Department in order to understand and learn the terminology and structure of history and physical exam documenting in the Emergency Department. They will then maintain the documentation of the history and physical exam for the patient.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia Degree Restrictions: Doctor of Medicine


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    EMED 5089 - Wilderness Medicine Elective



    Students will demonstrate proficiency in developing, directing, and instituting CME wilderness medicine course (WM). Students will demonstrate knowledge of wilderness medicine skills by developing and directing case simulations. Students will demonstrate knowledge of wilderness search and rescue, safety and medical plan development and implementation for WM course of approximately 200 participants.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 6

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia Level Restrictions: Professional Semester


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    EMED 5090 - Legal Issues in Clinical Medicine



    Students will identify the legal issues iin clinical medicine and know how to research legal issues through familiarity with statutes and case law.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 3

    Program Restrictions: MD_MEDD-Medicine


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    EMED 5091 - Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Disaster Medicine



    A 2-hour interactive course that includes lecture, seminar, hands on education on EMS, and disaster medicine. This course offers an introduction to out-of-hospital management of EMS and disaster care to include: fire and air EMS response, critical prehospital emergency conditions, tactical medicine, disaster and mass gathering support and management. EMS is a medical subspecialty that involves prehospital emergency patient care, including initial patient stabilization, treatment, and transport in specially equipped ambulances or helicopters to hospitals. The purpose of EMS subspecialty certification is to standardize physician training and qualifications for EMS practice, improve patient safety, and enhance the quality of emergency medical care provided to patients in the prehospital environment, and facilitate further integration of prehospital patient treatment into the continuum of patient care.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5092 - Introduction to Emergency Ultrasound and Emergency Procedures



    Develop a foundation with emergency point-of-care ultrasound, learning image acquisition and image interpretation of the liver, heart, gall bladder, soft tissue structure as well as US guided procedures. Learn and practice common ER procedures (airway protection, line placement, suturing, and splinting).

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lab Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Medical College of Georgia


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    EMED 5093 - Adventures in Global Health- A Virtual Medical Trip



    Over the course of nine weeks, students will be led on a virtual medical trip by several faculty members with extensive experience leading medical teams in the developing world. Students will help plan and execute a simulated medical outreach trip in an area of need. Topics will range from travel preparation to dealing with on the ground emergencies, and the challenge of patient care in resource limited settings. Sessions will be interactive and focused on group discussion with minimal time spent on didactic lectures. Hands on activities are also planned such as setting up and running a mobile laboratory.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Degree Restrictions: Doctor of Medicine


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    EMED 5999 - Emergency Medicine Clerkship Remediation



    Emergency Medicine Clerkship Remediation

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 1

    Program Restrictions: MD_MEDD-Medicine


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    REMD 5000 - Emergency Medicine



    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 27
    Lecture Hours: 14 Other Contact Hours: 40

    College Restrictions: Residents Major Restrictions: Emergency Medicine


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Emergency Services

  
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    EDSC 5701 - Emergency Dental Services



    Emergency Dental Services (EDS) provides students with the experiences necessary for them to be competent in the management of patients’ dental emergencies. During rotation through the clinic, the student will encounter and treat the majority of dental emergencies which are commonly seen in dental practice including those of pulpal and periodontal origin, traumatic origin and those resulting from treatment failures. The scope of services will include extractions, pulpectomy, excavations, restorations, prescriptions for medications, occlusal adjustments, referrals, biopsies, re-cementation of restorations and I & D for special cases. The students will be instructed on the administration of an abbreviated health history, a consent form, and the management of the record using the problem oriented SOAP format.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD


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    EDSC 5901 - Emergency Dental Services



    Emergency Dental Services (EDS) provides students with the experiences necessary for them to be competent in the management of patients’ dental emergencies. During rotation through the clinic, the student will encounter and treat the majority of dental emergencies which are commonly seen in dental practice including those of pulpal and periodontal origin, traumatic origin and those resulting from treatment failures. The scope of services will include extractions, pulpectomy, excavations, restorations, prescriptions for medications, occlusal adjustments, referrals, biopsies, re-cementation of restorations and I & D for special cases. The students will be instructed on the administration of an abbreviated health history, a consent form, and the management of the record using the problem oriented SOAP format.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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Endodontics

  
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    ENDO 5001 - Fundamentals of Endodontics



    This course will introduce the student to the field of endodontics through lecture sessions and laboratory projects. At the conclusion of the course, the student shall be competent in the performance of endodontic procedures on extracted teeth. The student then will be scheduled in the Endodontic Block Clinic for endodontic treatment on extracted teeth mounted in the endodontic dentiform (endodontic simulations).

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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    ENDO 5002 - Endodontic Seminar



    Seminars cover such topics as alternative endodontic techniques, endodontic surgery, rationale for case referral, and endodontic diagnosis. Students are also introduced to the endodontic literature with assignments of written reports of articles in the Journal of Endodontics.

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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    ENDO 5602 - Endodontic Seminar



    Seminars cover such topics as alternative endodontic techniques, endodontic surgery, rationale for case referral, and endodontic diagnosis. Students are also introduced to the endodontic literature with assignments of written reports of articles in the Journal of Endodontics.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD


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    ENDO 5701 - Endodontic Clinic



    This course consists of the successful completion of the following procedures: 1. Diagnostic testing exercise which includes performing endodontic diagnostic testing on a classmate. 2. Apex locator simulation practical seminar. 3. Simulated clinical procedures on five extracted teeth mounted in the Endodontic Dentoform.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Normal, Continuing Progress Courses

    Credit Hours: 0 TO 1
    Other Contact Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD


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    ENDO 5702 - Endontic Clinic



    This course consists of the performance of endodontic procedures that are indicated for patients. Each case must be treatment planned to include the endodontic therapy as well as the definitive restoration.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 0 TO 2
    Other Contact Hours: 0 TO 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD


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    ENDO 5901 - Endodontic Clinic



    This course consists of the successful completion of the following procedures: 1. Diagnostic testing exercise which includes performing endodontic diagnostic testing on a classmate. 2. Apex locator simulation practical seminar. 3. Simulated clinical procedures on five extracted teeth mounted in the Endodontic Dentoform.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Normal

    Credit Hours: 0 TO 1
    Other Contact Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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    ENDO 5902 - Endodontic Clinic



    This course consists of the performance of endodontic procedures that are indicated for patients. Each case must be treatment planned to include the endodontic therapy as well as the definitive restoration.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 0 TO 2
    Other Contact Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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    ENDO 5903 - Honors Endodontics



    This is an elective, honors course that provides qualified students the opportunity to treat advanced and more challenging endodontic cases that are not included in ENDO 5902. The course consists of a four hour seminar on a variety of advanced endodontic topics and the performances of endodontic procedures that are indicated for patients.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENDO5001 and ENDO5002 and ENDO5901 and ENDO5902

    Credit Hours: 1
    Other Contact Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Program Restrictions: DMD_DENT-Dentistry


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Endodontics - Resident

  
  
  
  
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    ENDR 7130 - Clinical Endodontics



    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 22
    Lab Hours: 3 Other Contact Hours: 32

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Residents


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    ENDR 8120 - Clinical Endodontics



    Patient Care

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 23
    Lab Hours: 575

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Residents


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    ENDR 8130 - Clinical Endodontics



    Patient Care

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 23
    Lab Hours: 3 Other Contact Hours: 33

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Residents


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Engineering

  
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    ENGR 2020 - Statics



    Elements of statics in two and three dimensions, centroids, friction, distributed loads, free-body diagrams.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: PHYS2211 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGR 2040 - Dynamics



    Kinematics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies in one, two, and three dimensions. Work-energy and impulse-momentum concepts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGR2020 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGR 2060 - Programming for Science and Engineering



    An introduction to computer programming using a high-level language supporting scientific programming suitable for engineering, physical sciences, and mathematics. Students will learn to write computer programs with the goal of solving numerical problems relevant to engineering and applied sciences. Corequisite: MATH 2011.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MATH2011 or MAT201

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No


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English

  
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    ENGL 1101 - College Composition I



    Composition I focuses on skills required for effective writing in a variety of contexts, with emphasis on exposition, analysis, and argumentation. This course also includes introductory use of a variety of research skills. The course provides instruction in word processing and in computer-based research. Students must continue to register for English 1101 each successive semester until they have completed the course with a grade of C or better. Both ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102 should be completed within the first 30 hours of a student’s undergraduate degree program.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 1102 - College Composition II



    Literature-based, Composition II develops writing skills beyond the levels of proficiency required in English 1101. Interpretation and evaluation are emphasized, and more advanced research methods are incorporated. The course includes instruction in composition of a research paper. Students who complete ENGL 1101 must enroll in English 1102 no later than the first semester they enroll following completion of ENGL 1101. Students must continue to register for English 1102 each successive semester until they have completed the course with a grade of C or better. Both ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102 should be completed within the first 30 hours of a student’s undergraduate degree program.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENG101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) or or

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 1113 - Honors Freshman Composition I



    This course develops more advanced skills in critical reading, thinking, and writing than is possible in 1101. The course incorporates study of texts by some of the world’s most influential thinkers into a framework which develops skills in critical reading, critical thinking, and writing at a level more advanced than is possible in English 1101. The course also includes basic instruction in word-processing and in computer-based research. A grade of C or better is required. A student who fails to make a C or better in 1113 must take English 1101. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for honors English/Invitation of the Department.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 1113H - Honors Freshman Composition I



    This course develops more advanced skills in critical reading, thinking, and writing than is possible in 1101. The course incorporates study of texts by some of the world’s most influential thinkers into a framework which develops skills in critical reading, critical thinking, and writing at a level more advanced than is possible in English 1101. The course also includes basic instruction in word-processing and in computer-based research. A grade of C or better is required. A student who fails to make a C or better in 1113 must take English 1101. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for honors English/Invitation of the Department. This is an Honors Course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 1114 - Honors Freshman Composition II



    A literature-based composition course, ENGL 1114 emphasizes research, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation. Based in literature which reflects cultural diversity, English 1114 explores a greater variety of literature and of theoretical approaches to literature than is possible in English 1102. This course includes instruction in library and computer-based research and correct reporting and documenting of research in a lengthy paper. A grade of C or better is required. A student who fails to make a C or better in 1114 must take English 1102. Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of English 1113/Eligibility for honors English/Invitation of the Department.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1113 >= C or or

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 1114H - Honors Freshman Composition II



    A literature-based composition course, ENGL 1114 emphasizes research, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation. Based in literature which reflects cultural diversity, English 1114 explores a greater variety of literature and of theoretical approaches to literature than is possible in English 1102. This course includes instruction in library and computer-based research and correct reporting and documenting of research in a lengthy paper. A grade of C or better is required. A student who fails to make a C or better in 1114 must take English 1102. Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of English 1113/Eligibility for honors English/Invitation of the Department.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL11113 >= C or or

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 2110 - Creative Writing



    Study and application of the techniques of writing fiction, poetry, and drama.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENG101 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENG102 >= C) or (ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL1114 >= C) or (ENG111 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 2310 - British Literature to the Restoration



    A survey of British literatures from Beowulf to Milton, including major genres and works of the period. Includes study and application of literary terminology with a specific emphasis on close reading and literary analysis.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C and ENGL1102 >= C) or (ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 2320 - British Literature since the Restoration



    A survey of British literature from the Restoration to the present day, including major genres and works of the period. Includes study and application of literary terminology with a special emphasis on close reading and literary analysis.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C and ENGL1102 >= C) or (ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 2335 - American Literature



    A survey of American literatures from the 17th century to the present, including major genres and works of the period. Includes study and application of literary terminology with a special emphasis on close reading and literary analysis.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C and ENGL1102 >= C) or (ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 2680 - Professional and Technical Writing



    A core-level introduction to the concepts, strategies, and practices essential for writing procedures, proposals, and mulitiple forms of business correspondence. Students will communicate complex subject matter to specific audiences, lay and technical, in print and digital formats. Attention will be given to effective use of format. Documents will undergo a thorough revision process.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C and ENGL1102 >= C) or (ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 2950 - Selected Topics



    A study of various literary developments, including movements, authors, and genres of interest to the lower-division undergraduate student.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes


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    ENGL 3001 - Anglo-Saxon and Middle English Literature



    A survey of English Medieval literature, including the major genres and works of the period from Beowulf through Mallory.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3002 - English Literature from the Renaissance to Restoration



    A survey of English literature from 1485 to the Restoration.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D and ENGL2250 >= C and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3003 - English Literature from the Restoration to Romanticism



    A survey of English literature from the Restoration to 1830.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3004 - English Literature of the Victorian and Modern Periods



    A survey of English literature from 1830 to 1945.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3101 - American Literature to the Rise of Realism



    A survey of major writers, movements, and historical periods to 1875.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3102 - American Literature Since the Rise of Realism



    A survey of major writers, movements, and historical periods since 1875.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3110 - African-American Literature



    A survey of African-American literature from the early slave narratives to the present.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3120 - Southern Literature



    A survey of works by Southern writers, with emphasis on twentieth-century prose writers.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3210 - Film Appreciation



    An introduction to the art of the motion picture, including a consideration of camera movement, camera angles, lighting, editing, mise en scene, acting, plot and story.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3212 - Introduction to Film History



    A study of the history and technique of the motion picture, concentrating on film from 1890 to 1940.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3221 - History of the Theatre I



    An introduction to the art of theatre, as well as an historical survey, of the development of Western drama from Ancient Greece to the Elizabethan Era.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (COMC2000 >= C or COMC2010 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3222 - History of the Theatre II



    A continuation of COMD 3221, beginning with English Restoration; a study of the history of stage design and technology and the development of dramatic literature to the Modern period.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (COMC2000 >= C or COMC2010 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3250 - Introduction to Theory and Method



    This course is an introduction to research methods and scholarly standards in literary studies, with an introduction to major schools of theory and their associated terminology. Students produce a research paper. Students must enroll in this course before completing ENGL 3681.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C and ENGL1102 >= C) or (ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3310 - Women’s Literature



    An examination of a wide range of women writers, both classic and contemporary, with an emphasis on multicultural and/or multidisciplinary approaches.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and HUMN2001 >= C and HUMN2002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3320 - Children’s Literature



    A survey of literature for children, including poetry, picture books, fiction, and non-fiction for use across the curriculum.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3330 - Literature for Pre-Adolescents and Adolescents



    Designed for teachers in the middle grades. A survey of types of literature primarily read by pre-adolescents and adolescents. This course does not count toward the English major or minor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3600 - Sandhills



    Study and application of the techniques of fiction, poetry, and drama. Enrollment in this course entails free participation in the Sandhills Writers Conference, attendance at its sessions, and individual conferences with and critiques by its staff. Students cannot receive credit for both ENGL 3600 and COMW 3600. .

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3605 - Literature for the Creative Writer: Creative Nonfiction



    An examination of the reading and writing of creative nonfiction designed specifically for creative writers. Students will discuss ways in which creative nonfiction writers utilize elements of craft. Students will also write creative nonfiction and critical essays in response to readings.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C and ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL2110 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Degree Restrictions: Bachelor of Arts


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    ENGL 3610 - Literature for the Creative Writer: Fiction



    An examination of the reading and writing of fiction designed specifically for creative writing students. Students will discuss ways in which fiction writers utilize elements of craft. Students will also write fiction and critical essays in response to their readings.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and ENGL2110 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3615 - Literature for the Creative Writer: Poetry



    An examination of the reading and writing of literature designed specifically for creative writing students. Students will discuss ways in which poets utilize elements of craft. Students will also write poetry and critical essays in response to their readings.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C and ENGL1102 >= C) or (ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3620 - Writing for the Theatre



    A workshop in the writing of one-act and full-length plays or screenplays. Topics include Aristotle and dramatic theory, plot structure, character, dialogue, naturalism, symbolism, theme, production problems, and manuscript format. Students will write a one-act play or a short screen play. Students cannot receive credit for more than one of the following: ENGL 3620, COMD 3620, and COMW 3620.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= C and HUMN2002 >= C and ENGL2110 >= C and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3630 - Foundations in Poetry



    A creative writing course that emphasizes the fundamentals of scansion as a means for understanding contemporary poetry. Students will discuss meaning and what makes poetry “good” or “bad”. Students will also write original poems,participate in workshop critiques, and read and analyze essays on craft.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= D or HUMN2002 >= D or ENGL2110 >= C and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3640 - Writing Short Fiction



    An introduction to the basic concepts and procedures important to the processes of creating short works of fiction. Students will write stories, review stories, critique the work of other students, and analyze selected texts focusing on the writing process.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and ENGL2110 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3650 - Grant Writing



    An introduction to the concepts, strategies, and practices essential for producing effective grant proposals. Students will study grant-writing theory and format and complete assignments that enable them to apply this knowledge in practical form.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3660 - Introduction to Creative Nonfiction



    An introduction to the basic concepts and procedures important to writing creative nonfiction. Students will write various forms of creative nonfiction (essays, memoirs, op-eds, reviews, and/or lyric, braided essays), critique the work of other students, and analyze selected texts representing the genre and focusing on the writing process.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C and ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C and ENGL2110 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Degree Restrictions: Bachelor of Arts


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    ENGL 3680 - Professional and Technical Writing



    An introduction to the concepts, strategies and practices essential for writing procedures, proposals, manuals, reports, process descriptions and multiple forms of business correspondence. Students will communicate complex subject matter to specific audiences, lay and technical, in print and digital formats. Attention will be given to effective use of format, layout, headings, table of contents, appendices and supporting graphics. Documents will undergo a thorough revision process that emphasizes vocabulary, syntax and content.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3681 - Advanced Style and Editing



    A workshop-based course in intensive editing of writing projects with a focus on academic style and conventions. Students will develop and edit their writing for future use, publication and/or inclusion in portfolio. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1102 or 1114; junior standing; or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3682 - Writing in the Community



    A service-learning-based writing course in which students will collaborate with local community- and campus-based organizations to generate usable documents appropriate to the organization’s needs. Students will be required to write within a local exigency for a public audience. Project details must be specified in a written agreement between the organizations and student groups in consultation with the course instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3683 - Feature Writing



    A practical course in writing and marketing various types of feature articles for newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals. Students cannot receive credit for both ENGL 3683 and COMJ 3030.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= C and HUMN2002 >= C and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3810 - Teaching Writing in Middle Grades



    Intensive practice in various types of writing within a study of composition theory and pedagogical issues relevant to teaching writing in the middle grades. This course does not count toward the English major or minor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3820 - Teaching Writing in Secondary School



    A consideration of theory and practice in the teaching of writing and of grammar at the high school level. A field experience of 45 clock hours is a required component of this course (This course does not count in the English minor or in the Literature, Creative Writing, or Rhetoric and Composition Tracks of the English major).

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 3830 - Writing Center Theory and Practice



    A course in which students study major scholoarship on writing center theory and practice, as well as observe and discuss writing center sessions to learn best tutoring practices. Students wishing to enroll in course must meet all job requirements for writing center tutors (3.0 GPA in writing courses, clean background check, references, and acceptable writing samples) and be employed in the Writing Center during the semester in which they take the course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4000 - Studies in British Literature



    An intensive study of selected topics in the literature of the British Isles. The course may focus on periods, literary movements, or genres.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4100 - Studies in American Literature



    An intensive study of selected topics in American literature. The course may focus on literary movements, periods or genres, e.g. the Harlem Renaissance, Southern drama, or the literature of New England.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4200 - Studies in Genre



    An intensive examination of a particular genre (e.g. epic, tragedy, or satire).

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4220 - Contemporary Theatre



    A survey of major world dramatists and their works, from the end of the nineteenth century to the present.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Other Contact Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4230 - Modern Poetry



    A study of the major movements in English and American poetry from World War I to the present. Emphasis is placed on Eliot, Yeats, Pound, Frost, and Auden.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4250 - The Modern American Novel



    A study of several major American novels written since World War I, including works by such novelists as Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Morrison, and Bellow.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4261 - The English Novel to 1900



    A survey of the English novel, emphasizing the novels of Defoe, Richardson, Fielding, Austen, Bronte, Dickens, and Hardy.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4262 - The Modern British Novel



    A study of several modern British novels, with emphasis on works by Conrad, Woolf, Lawrence, Forster, Greene, and Joyce.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2002 >= D and HUMN2001 >= D and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ENGL 4310 - Studies in Feminism



    A course which uses feminist scholarship to analyze selected texts and topics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: HUMN2001 >= C and HUMN2002 >= C and (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1114 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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