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English

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Chair Blaine Greteman
Location 308 EPB (English Philosophy Building)
Phone 319-335-0454
Website https://english.uiowa.edu
General Catalog http://catalog.registrar.uiowa.edu/liberal-arts-sciences/english/

 

English also offers creative nonfiction writing courses (CNW) and General Education literature courses for non-English majors (ENGL:1200-ENGL:1355). Find these courses by scrolling down the list of English courses below or return to the MyUI course browse page and enter CNW or ENGL in the course subject box.

180 courses found, displaying 1 to 100.
Course # Title Hours Notes Enrollments
ENGL:1200:0002 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A MW 202 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0003 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A MW 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Kaity Lindgren-Hansen (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0004 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A MW 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Margaret Sheppard (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0005 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:30A - 9:20A MWF 205 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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23 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0006 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A MW 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0007 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh 202 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Andrew Tan-Delli Cicchi (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0008 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0009 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0010 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A TTh 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Laura Hayes (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0012 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:30A - 9:20A MWF 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0013 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 10:30A - 11:20A MWF 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Carolyn Liu (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0014 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 11:30A - 12:20P MWF 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Dylan McGonigle (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0015 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A MWF 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0016 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A MWF 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Tianyu Ma (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0017 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0018 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Laura Hayes (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0019 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0020 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Reid Dempsey (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0022 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 10:30A - 11:20A MWF 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Carey Dunne (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0023 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 10:30A - 11:20A MWF 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Jaycee Billington (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0024 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 10:30A - 11:20A MWF 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Jessie Kraemer (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0025 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A MWF 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Maria Capecchi (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to Honors Program members.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0026 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Enrico Bruno (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0027 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Otherness and Community
Start and end times: 11:00A - 12:15P TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Nellene Benhardus (Primary Instructor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0028 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 11:00A - 12:15P TTh 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0029 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 11:00A - 12:15P TTh 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0030 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
<h2>Reading the Other: Literature from the Margins</h2>
Start and end times: 8:30A - 9:20A MWF 208 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Ruben Reyes (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0031 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 1:30P - 2:20P MWF 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0032 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 11:30A - 12:20P MWF 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0033 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 11:30A - 12:20P MWF 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0034 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P TTh 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0035 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:20P MWF 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0036 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:20P MWF 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0037 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 6:30P - 7:45P MW 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0038 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A TTh 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Kassie Baron (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0039 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh 208 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Kassie Baron (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0040 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:45P TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Matthew Blackwell (Primary Instructor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0041 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:45P TTh 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0042 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:45P TTh 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Natalee Dawson (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to Honors Program members.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0043 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 1:30P - 2:20P MWF 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Tatiana Schlote-Bonne (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0044 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 1:30P - 2:20P MWF 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0045 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 1:30P - 2:20P MWF 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Jessie Kraemer (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0046 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P TTh 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Maddison McGann (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0047 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A MWF 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0048 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P TTh 205 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Maddison McGann (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0049 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 2:00P - 3:15P TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Caroline Cheung (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to Honors Program members.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0050 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P MW 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0051 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 2:30P - 3:20P MWF 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0054 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 2:30P - 3:20P MWF 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0055 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 2:30P - 3:20P MWF 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0056 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:20P MWF 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Carey Dunne (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0057 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P MW 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Joe DeLong (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0058 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P MW 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0059 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P MW 205 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0060 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P MW 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0061 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P MW 208 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0062 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P TTh 205 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Matthew Helm (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to Honors Program members.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0063 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P TTh 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Kelsey Kerin (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0065 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P TTh 202 EPB
Instructors: Laurel Carlson (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0066 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 6:30P - 7:45P MW 202 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0068 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P TTh 202 EPB
Instructors: Laurel Carlson (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0069 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P TTh 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Khaled Rajeh (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0071 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P MW 202 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Riley Hanick (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0073 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P MW 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Joe DeLong (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0077 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 6:30P - 7:45P MW 209 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Bronwyn Stewart (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0078 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 2:30P - 3:20P MWF 208 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Bryanne Estes (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0083 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 6:30P - 7:45P TTh 207 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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23 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0084 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 6:30P - 7:45P TTh 202 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0087 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 6:30P - 7:45P MW 204 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Ruben Cota (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0088 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 6:30P - 7:45P MW 208 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0089 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Farm to Table to Text: Literature of Food (Eco)Systems
Start and end times: 11:00A - 12:15P TTh 206 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Paul Schmitt (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0092 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P MW 202 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0093 Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Start and end times: 2:00P - 3:15P TTh 202 EPB
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: none
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
Potential English majors are encouraged to enroll in a second General Education course in Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts instead of enrolling in ENGL:1200.  If potential majors are interested in studying literature during their first year, we encourage them to enroll in ENGL:2012-2016 Reading and Writing about a Genre courses.  ENGL:1200 cannot be used for credit towards the English major or minor.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0EXW Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Some Ghastly Fright: Literatures of Horror and the Gothic
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Harrison Dietzman (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to Distance and Online Students/Majors.
Delivery Mode: Web
Registration Information:
This section of the course may be used to satisfy the General Education Program requirement in Interpretation of Literature ONLY if you are admitted to an online or distance education bachelor degree program at the University of Iowa. This course may be used as a lower-level elective for Bachelor of Applied Studies (BAS) students. If you do not intend to seek admission to any on campus University of Iowa undergraduate degree program you may enroll in this course. Contact Distance and Online Education (doe-reg@uiowa.edu; 319-335-2852) to override the registration restriction.
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1410:0AAA
Lecture
Course Title is
Sex & Popular Culture in America
Start and end times: 4:30P - 5:20P MW World Wide Web
Instructors: Naomi Greyser (Primary Instructor)
This section is automatically added
0 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
No credit toward the English major or minor.
Closed
120 of 120 enrolled
ENGL:1410:0A01
Discussion
Course Title is
Sex & Popular Culture in America
Start and end times: 5:30P - 6:20P W
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Sara Ernster (Primary Instructor), Naomi Greyser (Course Supervisor)
ENGL:1410:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
No credit toward the English major or minor.
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20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1410:0A02
Discussion
Course Title is
Sex & Popular Culture in America
Start and end times: 5:30P - 6:20P W
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Abby Souder (Primary Instructor), Naomi Greyser (Course Supervisor)
ENGL:1410:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
No credit toward the English major or minor.
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20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1410:0A03
Discussion
Course Title is
Sex & Popular Culture in America
Start and end times: 10:30A - 11:20A F
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Sara Ernster (Primary Instructor), Naomi Greyser (Course Supervisor)
ENGL:1410:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
No credit toward the English major or minor.
Waitlist
20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1410:0A04
Discussion
Course Title is
Sex & Popular Culture in America
Start and end times: 2:00P - 2:50P Th
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Abby Souder (Primary Instructor), Naomi Greyser (Course Supervisor)
ENGL:1410:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
No credit toward the English major or minor.
Waitlist
20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1410:0A05
Discussion
Course Title is
Sex & Popular Culture in America
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:20P Th
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Abby Souder (Primary Instructor), Naomi Greyser (Course Supervisor)
ENGL:1410:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
No credit toward the English major or minor.
Waitlist
20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1410:0A06
Discussion
Course Title is
Sex & Popular Culture in America
Start and end times: 11:30A - 12:20P F
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Sara Ernster (Primary Instructor), Naomi Greyser (Course Supervisor)
ENGL:1410:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Registration Information:
No credit toward the English major or minor.
Waitlist
20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:1510:0001 Course Title is
Introduction to Environmental Literature
Literature and Sustainability
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:45P TTh
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Eric Gidal (Primary Instructor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
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36 of 36 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0AAA
Lecture
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Literature and the Human
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A MW World Wide Web
Instructors: Kathryn Lavezzo (Primary Instructor)
This section is automatically added
0 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Closed
144 of 139 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0A01
Discussion
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A F World Wide Web
Instructors: none
ENGL:2010:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Learning Type: This course utilizes real-time instruction at specified day and time.
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21 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0A02
Discussion
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A F World Wide Web
Instructors: none
ENGL:2010:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Learning Type: This course utilizes real-time instruction at specified day and time.
Waitlist
20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0A03
Discussion
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Start and end times: 1:30P - 2:20P F World Wide Web
Instructors: none
ENGL:2010:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Learning Type: This course utilizes real-time instruction at specified day and time.
Closed
20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0A04
Discussion
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Start and end times: 1:30P - 2:20P F World Wide Web
Instructors: none
ENGL:2010:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Learning Type: This course utilizes real-time instruction at specified day and time.
Closed
22 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0A05
Discussion
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Start and end times: 2:30P - 3:20P F World Wide Web
Instructors: none
ENGL:2010:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Learning Type: This course utilizes real-time instruction at specified day and time.
Closed
22 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0A06
Discussion
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A F World Wide Web
Instructors: none
ENGL:2010:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course utilizes real-time instruction at specified day and time.
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19 of 19 enrolled
ENGL:2010:0A07
Discussion
Course Title is
Foundations of the English Major
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A F World Wide Web
Instructors: none
ENGL:2010:0AAA will be automatically added with this section
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
Learning Type: This course utilizes real-time instruction at specified day and time.
Waitlist
20 of 20 enrolled
ENGL:2012:0002 Course Title is
Reading and Writing About the Novel
Happily Ever After?
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P TTh
Instructors: Doris Witt (Primary Instructor)
3 s.h.
Waitlist
16 of 16 enrolled
ENGL:2013:0001 Course Title is
Reading and Writing About Poetry
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh
Instructors: Phillip Round (Primary Instructor)
3 s.h.
Open
15 of 16 enrolled
ENGL:2014:0001 Course Title is
Reading and Writing About Short Stories
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh
Instructors: Lafayette Adams (Primary Instructor)
3 s.h.
Waitlist
16 of 16 enrolled
ENGL:2020:0001 Course Title is
Foundations of Creative Writing
Start and end times: 5:00P - 6:15P TTh
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Donika Kelly (Primary Instructor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to majors.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Open
17 of 18 enrolled
ENGL:2020:0002 Course Title is
Foundations of Creative Writing
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:20P MWF
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Jaycee Billington (Primary Instructor), Ed Folsom (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to majors.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Closed
18 of 18 enrolled
ENGL:2020:0003 Course Title is
Foundations of Creative Writing
Start and end times: 8:00A - 9:15A TTh
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Jenny Davis (Primary Instructor), Ed Folsom (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to majors.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Closed
18 of 18 enrolled
ENGL:2020:0004 Course Title is
Foundations of Creative Writing
Start and end times: 10:30A - 11:20A MWF
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Gemma Sieff (Primary Instructor), Ed Folsom (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to majors.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Closed
18 of 18 enrolled
ENGL:2020:0005 Course Title is
Foundations of Creative Writing
Start and end times: 11:30A - 12:20P MWF
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Tory Huff (Primary Instructor), Ed Folsom (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to majors.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Closed
18 of 18 enrolled
ENGL:2020:0006 Course Title is
Foundations of Creative Writing
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:20P MWF
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Evana Bodiker (Primary Instructor), Ed Folsom (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to majors.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Closed
18 of 18 enrolled
ENGL:2020:0007 Course Title is
Foundations of Creative Writing
Start and end times: 2:30P - 3:20P MWF
Arranged Time World Wide Web
Instructors: Jamila Osman (Primary Instructor), Ed Folsom (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to majors.
Delivery Mode: Face to face, Web
Learning Type: This course has components of both synchronous and asynchronous modalities which utilizes instruction on your own time as well as at a specified day and time.
Closed
18 of 18 enrolled
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