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Winter 2021 Courses

English courses enable students to focus deeply on the diversity of stories people tell and to develop their own stories.

The Department of English offers over 200 courses each year about the stories people tell—past and present—with a focus on literature, language, rhetoric, film, media, and creative and analytical writing. Our courses for English majors contain 15-25 students, allowing for discussion-centered and hands-on experiences.

Winter Session Registration.

Course Catalogue

See the Undergraduate Catalog for a full list of our course offerings and Testudo for our current courses. Also see the Office of Extended Studies website for information about our summer and winter courses. Below are specialized descriptions for current and upcoming courses.

Major Requirements

If you are an English major,  consult our English Boilerplate to see which major requirements a given course meets.


Winter 2021 Undergraduate Courses

Course Title Section Instructor
Film Form and Culture WB11 Brittany Starr
ENGL321 Comics and the Graphic Novel WB11 Peter Witte
ENGL359F Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Film and Video WB11 James Goodwin
Advanced Composition GC01 Peter Grybauskas
ENGL393 Technical Writing Multiple Multiple

African-American Literature: From Slavery to Freedom WB11 Dennis Winston

Winter 2021 Graduate Courses

Course Title Section Instructor
ENGL699 Independent Study
Multiple Multiple