and Major Requirements

Please Note: Courses below the 200-level do not fulfill requirements for the English Major.

All courses listed on this page count toward the eight-course minimum for the English major.

All English 400-level capstones listed here satisfy both the Capstone and the ENGL seminar requirements.

Course #




Requirement Fulfilled

ENGL 202.01

Introduction to Fiction


W 7-9:52 pm

Creative Writing

ENGL 202.02

Introduction to FictionKhakpourR 7-9:52 pmCreative Writing
ENGL 203.01Creative Writing: NonfictionCamutoTR 8:00-9:22amCreative Writing
ENGL 204.01Creative Writing: PoetryBuckTR 9:30-10:52 amCreative Writing
ENGL 204.02Creative Writing: PoetryWaldrepMW 3-4:22 pmCreative Writing
ENGL 205.01Early American LitDrexlerMWF 9-9:52 am18th Century
ENGL 213.01American VisionsGillespieTR 9:30-10:52 am


ENGL 213.02Southern ExposurePollackTR 9:30-10:52 amModern
ENGL 216.0119th Century American PoetryMorrisTR 9:30-10:52 am19th Century

ENGL 217.01

Modern American DramaPonnuswamiTR 9:30-10:52 amModern
ENGL 218.01Studies in Children's LitPeterson, JeanWF 3-4:52 pmGeneral Credit

ENGL 234.01

National CinemasStrauszTR 1-2:22 pm; M 7-9:52 pmModern; Film Studies
ENGL 235.01Gender and FilmCarrWF 3-4:22 pmModern; Film Studies
ENGL 240.01The Green WorldSiewersMWF 1-1:52 pmMedieval
ENGL 243.01Elvish WritingSiewersTR 8-9:22 amMedieval
ENGL 251.01John Milton, the Idea of FreedomBlockMWF 12-12:52pmRenaissance
ENGL 257.01ShakespearePeterson, JeanMWF 11-11:52 amRenaissance
ENGL 271.01Victorian Literature & CultureZimmermanMW 3-4:22 pm19th Century
ENGL 283.01Sex and the Single HeroineMcDayterTR 1-2:22 pm18th Century
ENGL 284.01The Victorian Radical NovelMcDayterTR 9:30-10:52 am19th Century
ENGL 285.01Modern PoetryMorrisTR 1-2:22 pmModern
ENGL 298.01Intro TheorySchweizerMW 3-4:22 pmGeneral Credit
ENGL 299.01Survey of English & American LitDrexlerMWF 11-11:52 amSurvey

ENGL 299.02

Survey of English & American Lit


MF 12-12:52 pm; W 11-11:52 amSurvey

ENGL 299.03

Survey of English & American Lit

BlockMF 2-2:52 pm; W 11-11:52 am


 ENGL 299.04Survey of English & American LitBlock

MF 1-1:52pm; W 11-11:52am

ENGL 302.01Welty at 100PollackT 1-3:52 pmModern; Seminar
ENGL 303.01Seminar in Creative NonfictionCamutoR 1-3:52 pmCreative Writing; Seminar
ENGL 307.01Emerson, Dickinson, WhitmanPollackW 2-4:52 pm

19th Century; Seminar

ENGL 308.01

Seminar in Writing PoetryWaldrepR 7-9:52 pmCreative Writing; Seminar

ENGL 308.02

Seminar in Writing PoetryVan WinckelW 2-4:52 pmCreative Writing; Seminar
 ENGL 321.01Concepts of the UndergroundPeterson, JamesR 7-9:52 pmModern; Seminar
ENGL 337.01 Seminar in Film TheoryStrauszM 2-4:52 pm; R 7-9:52 pmModern; Film Studies; Seminar
ENGL 350.01In Search of John DonneBlockR 1-3:52 pmRenaissance; Seminar
ENGL 392.01Contemporary American NovelCarrM 2-4:52 pmModern; Seminar
ENGL 393.01Theatre of the AbsurdPonnuswamiM 2-4:53 pmModern; Seminar
ENGL 397.01Seminar on T.S. Eliot and RilkeSchweizerR 1-3:52 pmModern; Seminar
 ENGL 460.01Capstone: Law & Literature ClinghamM 2-4:52 pm18th Century; Seminar

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