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Distribution of Content Course List

Academic units may not accept all active courses listed and students should contact their academic adviser to verify degree applicability. Courses listed below include all courses and may not be offered every semester.

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Course NameCourse TitleCategory
ENGLSH 1310HIntroduction to American Literature - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 1700Introduction to Folklore GenresBEH, HFA
ENGLSH 1800Introduction to Film StudiesHFA
ENGLSH 1810Introduction to Film: The Beginnings to 1945HFA
ENGLSH 1820Introduction to Film: 1945-PresentHFA
ENGLSH 1880Introduction to Digital StorytellingHFA
ENGLSH 2000Topics in English StudiesHFA
ENGLSH 2000HStudies in English - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 2005Topics in English - HumanitiesHFA
ENGLSH 2006Topics in English Studies, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 2007Topics in English Studies, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 2008Topics in English Studies, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 2009Topics in English Studies, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2010Intermediate CompositionHFA 1
ENGLSH 2015HTheory and Practice of Tutoring Writing Seminar - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 2100Writing About LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2100HWriting About Literature - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 2140Twentieth-Century LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2150Popular LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2155Introduction to World LiteraturesHFA
ENGLSH 2156Introduction to World Literatures, Beginnings to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 2157Introduction to World Literatures, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 2158Introduction to World Literatures, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 2159Introduction to World Literatures, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2160Major AuthorsHFA
ENGLSH 2166Major Authors, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 2167Major Authors, 1603 TO 1789HFA
ENGLSH 2168Major Authors, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 2169Major Authors, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2180Introduction to Women's LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2186Introduction to Women's Literature, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 2187Introduction to Women's Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 2188Introduction to Women's Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 2189Introduction to Women's Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2200Topics in British LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2200HTopics in British Literature - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 2206Topics in British Literature, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 2207Topics in British Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 2208Studies in British Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 2209Topics in British Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2300Topics in American LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2306Topics in American Literature, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 2307Topics in American Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 2308Topics in American Literature, 1789-1890HFA
ENGLSH 2309Topics in American Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2400Introduction to Anglophone Africana LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2407Introduction to Anglophone Africana Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 2408Introduction to Anglophone Africana Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 2409Introduction to Anglophone Africana Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2490Introduction to Native StudiesHFA
ENGLSH 2510Creative Writing: Intermediate FictionHFA 1
ENGLSH 2530Creative Writing: Intermediate PoetryHFA 1
ENGLSH 2560Beginning PlaywritingHFA 1
ENGLSH 2601Languages of AfricaHFA
ENGLSH 2700Introduction to Folklore Field ResearchBEH, HFA
ENGLSH 2770Introduction to Oral LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2830American Film in an International Context, 1895-1950HFA
ENGLSH 2840American Film History II, 1950-PresentHFA
ENGLSH 2860Film Themes and GenresHFA
ENGLSH 2870Film and LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 2880Digital Storytelling Production IIHFA 1
ENGLSH 3010Advanced CompositionHFA 1
ENGLSH 3080Sexuality and Gender TheoryHFA
ENGLSH 3100Introduction to Literary TheoryHFA
ENGLSH 3110Special Themes in LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 3110HSpecial Themes in Literature - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 3116Special Themes in Literature, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 3117Special Themes in Literature, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 3118Special Themes in Literature, 1789 to 1890HFA
ENGLSH 3119Special Themes in Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 3170World Dramatic LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 3180Survey of Women WritersHFA
ENGLSH 3180HSurvey of Women Writers - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 3200Survey of British Literature: Beginnings to 1784HFA
ENGLSH 3210Survey of British Literature: Romanticism to the PresentHFA
ENGLSH 3300Survey of American Literature: Beginnings to 1865HFA
ENGLSH 3310Survey of American Literature: 1865-PresentHFA
ENGLSH 3400Survey of African American Literature, Beginnings to 1900HFA
ENGLSH 3410Survey of African American Literature, 1900-PresentHFA
ENGLSH 3420Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana LiteratureHFA
ENGLSH 3427Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana Literature,1603 to 17HFA
ENGLSH 3428Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana Literature,1789 to 18HFA
ENGLSH 3429Periods and Genres in Anglophone Africana Literature, 1890 to PresentHFA
ENGLSH 3430Introduction to African Diaspora Literacy TheoryHFA
ENGLSH 3560Intermediate PlaywritingHFA 1
ENGLSH 3570Performance of LiteratureHFA 1
ENGLSH 3700American FolkloreHFA
ENGLSH 3820Major DirectorsHFA
ENGLSH 3850Studies in Film HistoryHFA
ENGLSH 3855Documentary FilmHFA
ENGLSH 3880Writing and Theory for Digital MediaHFA
ENGLSH 4040Topics in WritingHFA
ENGLSH 4050Historical Survey of RhetoricHFA
ENGLSH 4060Studies in Critical TheoryHFA
ENGLSH 4070History of CriticismHFA
ENGLSH 4100GenresHFA
ENGLSH 4100HGenres - HonorsHFA
ENGLSH 4106Genres, Beginning to 1603HFA
ENGLSH 4107Genres, 1603 to 1789HFA
ENGLSH 4108Genres, 1789 to 1890HFA
  1. Only one of these types of Humanities and Fine Arts courses can be counted.
  2. For these courses, the category will be designated per section per semester.
  3. Students in CAFNR, Engineering, SHP, HES, SNR, and Nursing may use this course towards fulfillment of the humanities distribution requirement, but only if the entire 12-13 hour elementary language sequence is completed. This course may NOT be used to fulfill the humanities requirement in A&S, Business, Education, Journalism and Social Work.