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Course # Title Hours Notes Enrollments
ENGL:1200:0EXR Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Strangers, Kinfolk, and the Borderlands of the Living
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:20A MWF Online
Instructors: Riley Hanick (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
This course will be taught online.
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.     Please note that students cannot add an Interpretation of Literature course or change Interpretation of Literature sections after 4:30 p.m. on the first Friday of the semester.       Requirements: Students must complete all of their required ESL courses with a grade of C or higher before enrolling in ENGL:1200.    
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ENGL:1200:0EXS Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
A Literature of Place
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:45P TTh Online
Instructors: Cathryn Klusmeier (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
This course will be taught online.
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.     Please note that students cannot add an Interpretation of Literature course or change Interpretation of Literature sections after 4:30 p.m. on the first Friday of the semester.       Requirements: Students must complete all of their required ESL courses with a grade of C or higher before enrolling in ENGL:1200.    
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ENGL:1200:0EXT Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Strangers, Kinfolk, and the Borderlands of the Living
Start and end times: 3:30P - 4:45P MW Online
Instructors: Riley Hanick (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
This course will be taught online.
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.     Please note that students cannot add an Interpretation of Literature course or change Interpretation of Literature sections after 4:30 p.m. on the first Friday of the semester.       Requirements: Students must complete all of their required ESL courses with a grade of C or higher before enrolling in ENGL:1200.    
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ENGL:1200:0EXU Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Asian American Food in Literature
Start and end times: 12:30P - 1:20P MWF Online
Instructors: Logan Hoffman-Smith (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
This course will be taught online.
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.     Please note that students cannot add an Interpretation of Literature course or change Interpretation of Literature sections after 4:30 p.m. on the first Friday of the semester.       Requirements: Students must complete all of their required ESL courses with a grade of C or higher before enrolling in ENGL:1200.    
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ENGL:1200:0EXV Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
A Literature of Place
Start and end times: 9:30A - 10:45A TTh Online
Instructors: Cathryn Klusmeier (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Delivery Mode: Web
This course will be taught online.
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.     Please note that students cannot add an Interpretation of Literature course or change Interpretation of Literature sections after 4:30 p.m. on the first Friday of the semester.       Requirements: Students must complete all of their required ESL courses with a grade of C or higher before enrolling in ENGL:1200.    
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24 of 24 enrolled
ENGL:1200:0EXW Course Title is
The Interpretation of Literature
Race and Revolution: Toward Transformative Justice
Arranged Time Asynchronous Online
Instructors: Caroline Cheung (Primary Instructor), Blaine Greteman (Course Supervisor)
3 s.h.
Restricted to Distance and Online Students/Majors.
Delivery Mode: Web
This course will be taught online.
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.     Please note that students cannot add an Interpretation of Literature course or change Interpretation of Literature sections after 4:30 p.m. on the first Friday of the semester.       Requirements: Students must complete all of their required ESL courses with a grade of C or higher before enrolling in ENGL:1200.    
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DOE Distance Course (EX*)
Open
17 of 24 enrolled
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