English

Course Name Course Title Category Properties
ENGLSH 1310H Introduction to American Literature – Honors
  • HUM
ENGLSH 1400 Themes in African Diaspora Studies
  • HUM
ENGLSH 1510 Creative Writing: Introduction to Fiction
  • HUM  1
ENGLSH 1520 Creative Writing: Introduction to Nonfiction Prose
  • HUM  1
ENGLSH 1530 Creative Writing: Introduction to Poetry
  • HUM  1
ENGLSH 1700 Introduction to Folklore Genres
  • BSCI
  • HUM
ENGLSH 1700W Introduction to Folklore Genres – Writing Intensive
  • BSCI
  • HUM
ENGLSH 1800 Introduction to Film Studies
  • HUM
ENGLSH 1880 Introduction to Digital Media Production
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2000 Studies in English
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2000H Studies in English – Honors
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2000HW Studies in English – Honors/Writing Intensive
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2000W Studies in English – Writing Intensive
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2005 Topics in English – Humanities
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2006 Studies in English, Beginning to 1603
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2006W Studies in English, Beginning to 1603 – Writing Intensive
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2009 Studies in English, 1890 to Present
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2010 Intermediate Composition
  • HUM  1
ENGLSH 2015H Theory and Practice of Tutoring Writing Seminar – Honors
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2015HW Theory and Practice of Tutoring Writing Seminar – Honors/Writing Intensive
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2030 Professional Writing
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2100 Writing About Literature
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2100H Writing About Literature – Honors
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2140 Twentieth-Century Literature
  • HUM
ENGLSH 2140W Twentieth-Century Literature – Writing Intensive
  • HUM
  1. Only one of this type of Humanities and/or Fine Arts courses may be applied towards meeting the Humanities and/or Fine Arts General Education Distribution of Content requirement.
  2. Students subject to the General Education requirements in the 2019 Fall catalog and later editions: This course counts towards fulfillment of the Humanities and/or Fine Arts Distribution of Content requirement.
    Students subject to the General Education requirements in a catalog version earlier than 2019 Fall: Only students in CAFNR, Engineering, SHP, and Nursing, and students in degrees formerly in HES, may use this course towards fulfillment of the Humanities and/or Fine Arts Distribution of Content requirement, and only if the entire 12-13 hour elementary language sequence is completed.