EDUCATION TRACK

18 credits in addition to Core Requirements

I. Diversity in American Literature (3 credits)

One of the following:

 

      ENGL 233 African-American Literature (3)

      ENGL 234 Major Writers in African-American Literature (3)

      ENGL 235 Ethnic-American Literature (3)

      ENGL 236 American Indian Literature (3)

      ENGL 237 Jewish Literature of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (3)

        ENGL 239 Modern Jewish Literature

      ENGL 373-379 Themes in Literature (when appropriate) (3)

      ENGL 475 Topics in Mufti -Ethnic American Literature (3)

      ENGL 477 Topics in Black-American Literature (3)

      ENGL 485-486 Seminar in Literary Studies (when appropriate) (3)

 

II. Thematic approaches, Western heritage global perspectives, literary 

    criticism (3)

One of the following:

      ENGL 229 Modern Irish Literature (3)  

      ENGL 230 Main Currents in American Literature (3)

      ENGL 240 Classics of the Western Heritage (3)

      ENGL 243 Classical Mythology (3)

      ENGL 244 World Folklore (3)

      ENGL 248 Literature of the Global Experience (3)

      ENGL 270 Ideas in Literature (3)

      ENGL 290 Honors Seminar in Literature (3)

      ENGL 301 Rhetoric and Science

      ENGL 336 Post-Colonial Literature (3)

      ENGL 341 History and Literature of the Old Testament (3)

      ENGL 342 Folklore and Literature (3)

      ENGL 343 Myth and Literature (3)

      ENGL 347 World Literature Written in English (3)

      ENGL 363 Film and Literature (3)

      ENGL 370 Special Topics: Literature of Women (3)

      ENGL 371 Women Poets: Themes and Images (3)

      ENGL 372 Women Writers (3)

      ENGL 373-379 Themes in Literature (3)

      ENGL 425 Chaucer (3)

      ENGL 429 Milton and the Humanist Tradition (3)

      ENGL 4XX Special Studies in One or Two Authors (3)

      ENGL 461 History of Literary Criticism (3)

      ENGL 462 Modern Literary Theory (3)

      ENGL 471-473 Topics in World, British, and American Literature (3)

      ENGL 485-486 Seminar in Literary Studies (3)


III. Shakespeare (3 credits) 

One of the following

 

      ENGL 427 Shakespearean Comedy (3)

      ENGL 428 Shakespearean Tragedy (3)

 

IV. Applied Grammar and Linguistics (6 credits)

A.  Grammar (Students may place out through departmental examination (3 credits)

      ENGL 251 Applied Grammar (3)

B.  One of the following courses in grammar and linguistics (3 credits)

      ENGL 350 Comparative Grammar (3)

      ENGL 351 Historical Linguistics (3)

      ENGL 353 History of American English (3)

      ENGL 451 History of the English Language (3)

      ENGL 452 Structure of the English Language (3)

      ENGL 463 Semiotics(3)

      ENGL 475 Topics in Linguistics (3)

V. Literature for Secondary Education (3 credits)

      SCED 418(419) Young Adult Literature (3)

                                                                                                                                          

 

 

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Towson Prize for Literature: Deadline June 15, 2006

 
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