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ENGL 1X - Composition Tutorial (1 Units)

Offers supplemental instruction in elements of composition and assists students in mastering the writing process with special emphasis on planning and revising essays. Instruction takes place both in traditional classroom setting and in small group and individual tutorials. Students enrolled in this tutorial must also be coenrolled in a first-year composition course as the focus will be drafting and revising the work done in the primary writing course.

Note: May be taken for workload credit toward establishing full-time enrollment status, but is not applicable to the baccalaureate degree.

Corequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 2 or ENGL10 or ENGL 10M or ENGL 11 or ENGL 11M

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 1X Section 01 Zero Cost Book 80290 1 Discussion 15/3 MW ALP153 0900AM-0950AM Trimble,Jeremy M ZCCM
02 book for ENGL 1X Section 02 Zero Cost Book 80292 1 Discussion 15/2 MW SQU102 1000AM-1050AM Trimble,Jeremy M ZCCM
03 book for ENGL 1X Section 03 Zero Cost Book 80798 1 Discussion 15/2 TR MND4005 1000AM-1050AM Trimble,Jeremy M ZCCM
04 book for ENGL 1X Section 04 Zero Cost Book 80800 1 Discussion 15/1 TR MND4005 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M ZCCM
05 book for ENGL 1X Section 05 Zero Cost Book 80914 1 Discussion 15/4 TR MND4005 0200PM-0250PM Trimble,Jeremy M ZCCM
06 book for ENGL 1X Section 06 Zero Cost Book 80606 1 Discussion 15/1 M SLN3008 0100PM-0150PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
06 book for ENGL 1X Section 06 Zero Cost Book 80606 1 Discussion 15/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
07 book for ENGL 1X Section 07 Zero Cost Book 80801 1 Discussion 15/0 T MND4005 1200PM-1250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
07 book for ENGL 1X Section 07 Zero Cost Book 80801 1 Discussion 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
08 book for ENGL 1X Section 08 Zero Cost Book 80291 1 Discussion 15/4 T MND1032 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
08 book for ENGL 1X Section 08 Zero Cost Book 80291 1 Discussion 15/4 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
09 book for ENGL 1X Section 09 Zero Cost Book 80592 1 Discussion 15/8 W AMD362 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
09 book for ENGL 1X Section 09 Zero Cost Book 80592 1 Discussion 15/8 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
10 book for ENGL 1X Section 10 Zero Cost Book 80799 1 Discussion 15/6 R BRH105 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
10 book for ENGL 1X Section 10 Zero Cost Book 80799 1 Discussion 15/6 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
11 book for ENGL 1X Section 11 Zero Cost Book 81393 1 Discussion 15/3 MW MND1032 0300PM-0350PM Trimble,Jeremy M ZCCM
12 book for ENGL 1X Section 12 87130 1 Discussion 15/6 MW EUR106 1200PM-1250PM Trimble,Jeremy M

ENGL 5 - Accel Academic Literacies (3 Units)

Intensive, semester-long course to help students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth - students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes; read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop metacognitive understandings of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Note: Writing requirement: minimum of 5,000 words

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 5 Section 01 80749 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF DH213 0800AM-0850AM Hake,Patricia L A2
03 book for ENGL 5 Section 03 80751 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF MND4007 0900AM-0950AM Latta,Penelope A2,CL 51
04 book for ENGL 5 Section 04 80752 1 Discussion 25/1 - Levy,Karen A2,LCOM-46
05 book for ENGL 5 Section 05 80753 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF CLV134 0900AM-0950AM Fournier,Patricia Ann A2
06 book for ENGL 5 Section 06 80754 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF CLV135 0900AM-0950AM Espinoza,Juan Miguel A2
07 book for ENGL 5 Section 07 80755 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF MND4007 1000AM-1050AM Bassi,Jasmeen Kaur A2
08 book for ENGL 5 Section 08 80756 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF DH214 1000AM-1050AM Levy,Karen A2
09 book for ENGL 5 Section 09 80759 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF DH109 1000AM-1050AM Pickrel,Carolyn E A2
11 book for ENGL 5 Section 11 86663 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF CLV145 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M A2,CL 58
12 book for ENGL 5 Section 12 86664 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF RVR2010 1100AM-1150AM Stanley,Robert A2,CL 57
13 book for ENGL 5 Section 13 80764 1 Discussion 25/0 MW LIB126 1200PM-0115PM Cook,Stephen P A2,CL 49
14 book for ENGL 5 Section 14 80765 1 Discussion 25/0 MW MND4007 1200PM-0115PM Chronister,Matthew A A2,CL 50
15 book for ENGL 5 Section 15 80766 1 Discussion 25/0 MW MND4007 0130PM-0245PM Augood,Desirae Carolyn A2
19 book for ENGL 5 Section 19 80772 1 Discussion 25/0 MW DH108 0300PM-0415PM Scharf,Anita A2
23 book for ENGL 5 Section 23 80777 1 Discussion 25/0 TR DH206 0730AM-0845AM Mitchell,Rebecca L A2
24 book for ENGL 5 Section 24 80778 1 Discussion 25/0 TR MND4007 0900AM-1015AM Miles,Carlena A2,CL 53
26 book for ENGL 5 Section 26 80780 1 Discussion 25/0 TR DH214 0900AM-1015AM Michaels,Ann M A2,CL 47
27 book for ENGL 5 Section 27 80842 1 Discussion 25/0 TR MND4007 1030AM-1145AM Clark-Oates,Angela R A2,CL 46,LCOM-51
29 book for ENGL 5 Section 29 80806 1 Discussion 25/2 TR YSM133 1030AM-1145AM Durosko,Susan L A2,CL 56
30 book for ENGL 5 Section 30 80807 1 Discussion 25/1 TR SQU325 1200PM-0115PM Michaels,Ann M A2
33 book for ENGL 5 Section 33 80810 1 Discussion 25/2 TR YSM133 0130PM-0245PM Laporte,Carrie A2
34 book for ENGL 5 Section 34 80811 1 Discussion 25/0 TR ARC3009 0130PM-0245PM Linville,Cynthia A A2
35 book for ENGL 5 Section 35 80812 1 Discussion 25/0 TR SHS143 0130PM-0245PM Pickrel,Carolyn E A2
36 book for ENGL 5 Section 36 80836 1 Discussion 25/0 TR MND4007 0300PM-0415PM Linville,Cynthia A A2
37 book for ENGL 5 Section 37 80837 1 Discussion 25/2 TR YSM135 0300PM-0415PM Antonenko,Irina A2
38 book for ENGL 5 Section 38 80838 1 Discussion 25/0 TR CLV134 0430PM-0545PM Antonenko,Irina A2,LCOM-48
39 book for ENGL 5 Section 39 80839 1 Discussion 25/0 TR BRH203 0600PM-0715PM Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2
42 book for ENGL 5 Section 42 81271 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF CLV135 1000AM-1050AM Hake,Patricia L A2
44 book for ENGL 5 Section 44 81272 1 Discussion 25/1 MW EUR102 0300PM-0415PM Iverson,Janet Reyes A2
47 book for ENGL 5 Section 47 81275 1 Discussion 25/0 TR MND4007 0730AM-0845AM Trimble,Jeremy M A2
48 book for ENGL 5 Section 48 81276 1 Discussion 25/0 TR DH109 0730AM-0845AM Arballo,Margaret W A2
50 book for ENGL 5 Section 50 81278 1 Discussion 25/0 TR MND4007 0430PM-0545PM Valle,Gloria C A2
51 book for ENGL 5 Section 51 81279 1 Discussion 25/1 TR YSM135 0430PM-0545PM Iverson,Janet Reyes A2
53 book for ENGL 5 Section 53 81395 1 Discussion 25/0 TR SHS145 0900AM-1015AM Laporte,Carrie A2
54 book for ENGL 5 Section 54 81396 1 Discussion 25/1 TR SHS143 1030AM-1145AM Laporte,Carrie A2
55 book for ENGL 5 Section 55 81397 1 Discussion 25/0 TR YSM133 1200PM-0115PM Laporte,Carrie A2
56 book for ENGL 5 Section 56 81398 1 Discussion 25/1 TR YSM117 0430PM-0545PM Harper,Lisa M A2
57 book for ENGL 5 Section 57 81399 1 Discussion 25/0 TR DH214 0730AM-0845AM Pica,Denise Y A2
58 book for ENGL 5 Section 58 86461 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF SQU142 1000AM-1050AM Reichelt-Weathers,Andilene M A2
75 book for ENGL 5 Section 75 86970 1 Discussion 25/0 MW CLV135 0430PM-0545PM Limon Guzman,Jesus A A2,CL 45
77 book for ENGL 5 Section 77 86972 1 Discussion 25/1 MW DH214 0430PM-0545PM Cook,Stephen P A2,CL 48
80 book for ENGL 5 Section 80 80761 1 Discussion 25/1 MW YSM117 1200PM-0115PM Pickrel,Carolyn E A2,LCOM-59
81 book for ENGL 5 Section 81 80775 1 Discussion 25/1 TR ARC1008 1030AM-1145AM Laflen,Angela M A2,LCOM-59
82 book for ENGL 5 Section 82 80758 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF CLV135 1100AM-1150AM Chronister,Matthew A A2,LCOM-59
83 book for ENGL 5 Section 83 80769 1 Discussion 25/4 TR DH106 0900AM-1015AM Pickrel,Carolyn E A2,LCOM-59
84 book for ENGL 5 Section 84 80770 1 Discussion 25/0 TR MRP2005 0900AM-1015AM Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2,LCOM-59
85 book for ENGL 5 Section 85 80757 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF DH108 1100AM-1150AM Levy,Karen A2,LCOM-59

ENGL 5M - Accel Academic Literacies - ML (3 Units)

Intensive, semester-long course to help multilingual students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth - students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes; read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop metacognitive understandings of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 5M Section 01 80802 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF DH109 0900AM-0950AM Currie,Miranda E A2,CL 52
02 book for ENGL 5M Section 02 80803 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF CLV134 1000AM-1050AM Huber,Doris A2
03 book for ENGL 5M Section 03 80804 1 Discussion 25/0 MW SHS143 1200PM-0115PM Harris,Elvira Sadoma A2,LCOM-44
05 book for ENGL 5M Section 05 80962 1 Discussion 25/1 TR MRP2032 0900AM-1015AM Durosko,Susan L A2,CL 54
06 book for ENGL 5M Section 06 80964 1 Discussion 25/1 TR SHS143 1200PM-0115PM Scharf,Anita A2
07 book for ENGL 5M Section 07 81394 1 Discussion 25/0 MW SQU450 0430PM-0545PM Scharf,Anita A2

ENGL 10 - Academic Literacies I (3 Units)

Year-long course (combined with ENGL 11) to help students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth - students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes; read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop a metacognitive understanding of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words to be completed in ENGL 10 and ENGL 11. ENGL 10 and ENGL 11 must be successfully completed to fulfill GE Area A2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 10 Section 01 80560 1 Discussion 22/1 MWF DH108 0900AM-0950AM Page,Monica C
03 book for ENGL 10 Section 03 80616 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF YSM117 0900AM-0950AM Durosko,Susan L
04 book for ENGL 10 Section 04 80561 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF BRH203 1000AM-1050AM Heckathorn,Amy C LCOM-47
06 book for ENGL 10 Section 06 80617 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF DH214 0800AM-0850AM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise
07 book for ENGL 10 Section 07 80636 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF MRP1016 1100AM-1150AM Heckathorn,Amy C
09 book for ENGL 10 Section 09 80618 1 Discussion 22/0 MW TAH1002 1200PM-0115PM Anderson,Amy
10 book for ENGL 10 Section 10 80562 1 Discussion 22/1 MW MND2009 1200PM-0115PM Cordova,Teresa A LCOM-42
11 book for ENGL 10 Section 11 80619 1 Discussion 22/0 MW YSM133 1200PM-0115PM Bethel,Daniel
12 book for ENGL 10 Section 12 80642 1 Discussion 22/0 MW MND1028 0130PM-0245PM Cordova,Teresa A
14 book for ENGL 10 Section 14 80620 1 Discussion 22/0 MW YSM117 0130PM-0245PM Hayes,Hogan
16 book for ENGL 10 Section 16 80639 1 Discussion 24/2 MW BRH203 0300PM-0415PM Cook,Stephen P LCOM-45
17 book for ENGL 10 Section 17 80563 1 Discussion 22/0 MW LSN2300 0300PM-0415PM Ochoa,Ruth M LCOM-40
21 book for ENGL 10 Section 21 80621 1 Discussion 22/0 MW SQU128 0430PM-0545PM Bethel,Daniel
22 book for ENGL 10 Section 22 80724 1 Discussion 22/0 TR CLV134 0730AM-0845AM Cordova,Teresa A
25 book for ENGL 10 Section 25 80622 1 Discussion 22/0 TR MND1028 0900AM-1015AM Ochoa,Ruth M
26 book for ENGL 10 Section 26 80640 1 Discussion 22/0 TR YSM133 0900AM-1015AM Morales,Sylvia E
27 book for ENGL 10 Section 27 80725 1 Discussion 22/1 TR DH108 0900AM-1015AM Page,Monica C
28 book for ENGL 10 Section 28 80726 1 Discussion 22/0 TR YSM117 0900AM-1015AM Bethel,Daniel
29 book for ENGL 10 Section 29 80565 1 Discussion 22/2 TR MND1028 1030AM-1145AM Dobson,Mona LCOM-49
31 book for ENGL 10 Section 31 80641 1 Discussion 22/0 TR YSM117 1030AM-1145AM Heckathorn,Amy C
32 book for ENGL 10 Section 32 80717 1 Discussion 22/0 TR BRH203 1200PM-0115PM Heckathorn,Amy C LCOM-53
33 book for ENGL 10 Section 33 80718 1 Discussion 22/0 TR YSM117 0130PM-0245PM Neuffer,Lori
34 book for ENGL 10 Section 34 80719 1 Discussion 22/3 TR EUR309 0130PM-0245PM Dobson,Mona
35 book for ENGL 10 Section 35 80720 1 Discussion 22/1 TR MND1028 0300PM-0415PM Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn
37 book for ENGL 10 Section 37 80721 1 Discussion 22/1 TR YSM117 0300PM-0415PM Neuffer,Lori
38 book for ENGL 10 Section 38 80960 1 Discussion 22/0 TR BRH203 0300PM-0415PM Michaels,Ann M
41 book for ENGL 10 Section 41 80972 1 Discussion 22/0 TR DH107 0730AM-0845AM Morales,Sylvia E
42 book for ENGL 10 Section 42 86459 1 Discussion 22/1 MWF DH208 1000AM-1050AM Page,Monica C
43 book for ENGL 10 Section 43 86460 1 Discussion 22/1 TR TAH1027 0430PM-0545PM Dunn,Samuel J
44 book for ENGL 10 Section 44 86501 1 Discussion 22/0 MW SHS143 0300PM-0415PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise
45 book for ENGL 10 Section 45 87128 1 Discussion 22/1 MWF EUR112 1100AM-1150AM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise
48 book for ENGL 10 Section 48 87140 1 Discussion 22/1 MW MND1030 0430PM-0545PM Anderson,Amy
49 book for ENGL 10 Section 49 87274 1 Discussion 20/0 TR MND1032 1200PM-0115PM Cook,Stephen P
79 book for ENGL 10 Section 79 86853 1 Discussion 22/1 TR SQU142 0300PM-0415PM Laporte,Carrie LCOM-55
80 book for ENGL 10 Section 80 80638 1 Discussion 22/0 TR BRH203 1030AM-1145AM Page,Monica C
82 book for ENGL 10 Section 82 86846 1 Discussion 22/1 MW MND1028 0300PM-0415PM Barrish,Matthew B LCOM-41
87 book for ENGL 10 Section 87 86851 1 Discussion 22/3 TR MND1028 1200PM-0115PM Anderson,Amy LCOM-52
89 book for ENGL 10 Section 89 86854 1 Discussion 22/3 TR MND1028 0430PM-0545PM Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn LCOM-54
90 book for ENGL 10 Section 90 80609 1 Discussion 22/0 TR MND4007 0130PM-0245PM Michaels,Ann M ECOM-02
91 book for ENGL 10 Section 91 80716 1 Discussion 22/0 TR SQU128 0130PM-0245PM Dunn,Samuel J ECOM-09

ENGL 10M - Academic Literacies I - ML (3 Units)

Year-long course (combined with ENGL 11M) to help multilingual students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes; read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop a metacognitive understanding of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words to be completed in ENGL 10M and ENGL 11M. Both ENGL 10M and ENGL 11M must be successfully completed to fulfill GE Area A2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 10M Section 01 80566 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF MND2009 1000AM-1050AM Durosko,Susan L
02 book for ENGL 10M Section 02 80624 1 Discussion 22/0 MW CPS327 1200PM-0115PM Durosko,Susan L LCOM-43
04 book for ENGL 10M Section 04 80623 1 Discussion 22/1 TR BRH203 0900AM-1015AM Neuffer,Lori
05 book for ENGL 10M Section 05 80625 1 Discussion 22/0 TR LSN2300 1030AM-1145AM Neuffer,Lori LCOM-50
06 book for ENGL 10M Section 06 80963 1 Discussion 22/0 TR BRH203 0130PM-0245PM Anderson,Amy
09 book for ENGL 10M Section 09 87111 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF CLV134 1100AM-1150AM Page,Monica C
80 book for ENGL 10M Section 80 80727 1 Discussion 22/0 MW LSN2300 1200PM-0115PM Ochoa,Ruth M
90 book for ENGL 10M Section 90 80593 1 Discussion 22/0 MW SHS264 0430PM-0545PM Barrish,Matthew B ECOM-01

ENGL 16 - Structure Of English (3 Units)

Introduction to the terminology and structure of traditional grammar; analysis of the standard rules for agreement, punctuation, pronoun reference, etc.; introduction to social variance with respect to usage-standard vs. non-standard; and a description of the English sound system (vowels and consonants) and its relationship to standard orthography (sound/letter correspondences) spelling rules.

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 16 Section 01 80136 1 Discussion 120/8 TR AMD153 0130PM-0245PM Scharf,Anita

ENGL 20 - College Composition II (3 Units)

Advanced writing that builds upon the critical thinking, reading, and writing processes introduced in ENGL 5 and ENGL 5M. Emphasizes rhetorical awareness by exploring reading and writing within diverse academic contexts with a focus on the situational nature of the standards, values, habits, conventions, and products of composition. Students will research and analyze different disciplinary genres, purposes, and audiences with the goals of understanding how to appropriately shape their writing for different readers and demonstrating this understanding through various written products.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words.

Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 5 or ENGL 5M OR ENGL 11 or ENGL 11M or equivalent with a C- or better; sophomore standing (must have completed 30 units prior to registration).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 20 Section 01 80137 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF DH106 0800AM-0850AM Overby,Blair F
03 book for ENGL 20 Section 03 80139 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF DH111 0800AM-0850AM Shadden,Ann M
05 book for ENGL 20 Section 05 80141 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF MRP1010 0900AM-0950AM Overby,Blair F
06 book for ENGL 20 Section 06 80142 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF DH206 0900AM-0950AM Hancock,Sarah
07 book for ENGL 20 Section 07 80144 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF DH206 1000AM-1050AM Overby,Blair F
08 book for ENGL 20 Section 08 80145 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF MRP1010 1000AM-1050AM Trimble,Jeremy M
09 book for ENGL 20 Section 09 80146 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF DH111 1000AM-1050AM Harper,Lisa M
10 book for ENGL 20 Section 10 80633 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF DH106 1100AM-1150AM Hancock,Sarah
11 book for ENGL 20 Section 11 80148 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF DH206 1100AM-1150AM Harper,Lisa M
12 book for ENGL 20 Section 12 80150 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF MRP1010 1100AM-1150AM Pickrel,Carolyn E
13 book for ENGL 20 Section 13 80151 1 Discussion 30/4 MW DH111 1200PM-0115PM Guerin,Jeanne G
14 book for ENGL 20 Section 14 80152 1 Discussion 30/0 MW CLV135 1200PM-0115PM Antonenko,Irina
15 book for ENGL 20 Section 15 80153 1 Discussion 30/0 MW DH214 1200PM-0115PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise
16 book for ENGL 20 Section 16 80154 1 Discussion 30/5 MW CLV135 0130PM-0245PM Dobson,Mona
18 book for ENGL 20 Section 18 80157 1 Discussion 30/4 MW YSM133 0130PM-0245PM Guerin,Jeanne G
19 book for ENGL 20 Section 19 80158 1 Discussion 30/1 MW CLV135 0300PM-0415PM Guerin,Jeanne G
20 book for ENGL 20 Section 20 80160 1 Discussion 30/2 MW DH109 0300PM-0415PM Kahl,Timothy J
22 book for ENGL 20 Section 22 80162 1 Discussion 30/2 MW MND2009 0300PM-0415PM Antonenko,Irina
23 book for ENGL 20 Section 23 80163 1 Discussion 30/0 MW CLV134 0430PM-0545PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise
24 book for ENGL 20 Section 24 80164 1 Discussion 30/0 MW DH111 0430PM-0545PM Kyles,Justin Andrew
25 book for ENGL 20 Section 25 80149 1 Discussion 30/0 MW MRP1010 0600PM-0715PM Limon Guzman,Jesus A
26 book for ENGL 20 Section 26 80166 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH106 0730AM-0845AM Linville,Cynthia A
27 book for ENGL 20 Section 27 80424 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH111 0730AM-0845AM Radican,Lynda S
28 book for ENGL 20 Section 28 80643 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH206 0900AM-1015AM Fraga,Catherine N
29 book for ENGL 20 Section 29 80147 1 Discussion 30/0 TR MRP1010 0900AM-1015AM Linville,Cynthia A
30 book for ENGL 20 Section 30 80447 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH111 0900AM-1015AM Radican,Lynda S
31 book for ENGL 20 Section 31 80490 1 Discussion 30/0 TR MRP1010 1030AM-1145AM Fraga,Catherine N
32 book for ENGL 20 Section 32 80575 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH111 1030AM-1145AM Bethel,Daniel
34 book for ENGL 20 Section 34 80579 1 Discussion 30/4 TR DH111 1200PM-0115PM Dobson,Mona
35 book for ENGL 20 Section 35 80632 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH214 1200PM-0115PM Linville,Cynthia A
36 book for ENGL 20 Section 36 80143 1 Discussion 30/1 MWF DH108 1000AM-1050AM Hancock,Sarah
38 book for ENGL 20 Section 38 80816 1 Discussion 30/1 TR CLV134 1200PM-0115PM Arballo,Margaret W
39 book for ENGL 20 Section 39 80817 1 Discussion 30/2 MWF DH111 1100AM-1150AM Kahl,Timothy J
40 book for ENGL 20 Section 40 80818 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH206 0130PM-0245PM Ochoa,Ruth M
41 book for ENGL 20 Section 41 80843 1 Discussion 30/0 TR CLV134 0130PM-0245PM Delehant,Carolyn K
42 book for ENGL 20 Section 42 80844 1 Discussion 30/1 TR CLV135 0130PM-0245PM Fraga,Catherine N
43 book for ENGL 20 Section 43 80931 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH109 0130PM-0245PM Radican,Lynda S
44 book for ENGL 20 Section 44 80932 1 Discussion 30/0 TR MRP1010 0130PM-0245PM Blanton-Stroud,Shelley R
45 book for ENGL 20 Section 45 80933 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH206 0300PM-0415PM Blanton-Stroud,Shelley R
46 book for ENGL 20 Section 46 80934 1 Discussion 30/2 TR BRH115 0300PM-0415PM Bethel,Daniel
47 book for ENGL 20 Section 47 80935 1 Discussion 30/0 TR CLV135 0300PM-0415PM Delehant,Carolyn K
48 book for ENGL 20 Section 48 80952 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH214 0300PM-0415PM Fraga,Catherine N
49 book for ENGL 20 Section 49 80953 1 Discussion 30/1 TR DH111 0430PM-0545PM Blanton-Stroud,Shelley R
50 book for ENGL 20 Section 50 80994 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH214 0430PM-0545PM Fraga,Catherine N
51 book for ENGL 20 Section 51 80995 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH109 0430PM-0545PM Limon Guzman,Jesus A
53 book for ENGL 20 Section 53 80996 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH106 0600PM-0715PM Limon Guzman,Jesus A
57 book for ENGL 20 Section 57 81346 1 Discussion 30/0 TR MND1020 0300PM-0415PM Schilling,Jason
59 book for ENGL 20 Section 59 86911 1 Discussion 30/0 TR AMD309 1200PM-0115PM Schilling,Jason
60 book for ENGL 20 Section 60 86986 1 Discussion 30/1 TR ARC1008 0430PM-0545PM Schilling,Jason

ENGL 20M - Col Comp II Multilingual (3 Units)

Advanced writing for multilingual that builds upon the critical thinking, reading, and writing processes introduced in English 5/5M. Emphasizes rhetorical awareness by exploring reading and writing within diverse academic contexts focusing on the situational nature of the standards, values, habits, conventions, and products of composition. Students will research and analyze different disciplinary genres, purposes, and audiences with the goals of understanding how to appropriately shape their writing for different readers and demonstrating this understanding through various written products.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words.

Prerequisite: ENGL 5 or ENGL 5M or equivalent; sophomore standing

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 20M Section 01 80179 1 Discussion 30/3 MWF DH214 1100AM-1150AM Overby,Blair F
02 book for ENGL 20M Section 02 80180 1 Discussion 30/4 MW CLV134 1200PM-0115PM Dobson,Mona
03 book for ENGL 20M Section 03 80813 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH109 1030AM-1145AM Arballo,Margaret W
04 book for ENGL 20M Section 04 80814 1 Discussion 30/3 TR MRP1002 1200PM-0115PM Radican,Lynda S

ENGL 21 - First Year Seminar (3 Units)

Introduction to the nature and possible meanings of higher education, and the functions and resources of the University. Designed to help students develop and exercise fundamental academic success strategies and to improve their basic learning skills. Provides students with the opportunity to interact with fellow students and the seminar leader and to build a community of academic and personal support.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
80 book for ENGL 21 Section 80 80191 1 Discussion 25/1 TR LSN2200P 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Hsiang E,LCOM-33

ENGL 30B - Intro To Writing Fiction (3 Units)

Workshop for students who have had little or no experience writing fiction. Students write and polish several short stories which they present for critique and commentary. In addition, they study the basic elements of plot, character, description, and dialogue and learn how to use these effectively in their own fiction.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 30B Section 01 81168 1 Discussion 30/5 TR TAH1002 0130PM-0245PM Williams,Samuel B

ENGL 30C - Intro To Writing Poetry (3 Units)

Designed for lower division students who have little or no experience writing poetry. Students will write approximately twelve poems in a variety of forms and receive instruction and practice in the workshop method. In addition, they study the basic elements of poetic craft: rhythm, enjambment, basic figures of speech, etc., and how to use them effectively in their own poetry.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 30C Section 01 81169 1 Discussion 30/1 MWF DH106 0900AM-0950AM Mckinney,Joshua B

ENGL 40A - Intro To British Lit,I (3 Units)

Major developments in the literature of England from Chaucer through the close of the Augustan Age.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 40A Section 01 80193 1 Lecture 120/16 TR MND1003 0300PM-0415PM Zarins,Kim HUM (C2)
50 book for ENGL 40A Section 50 81051 1 Lecture 40/11 TBAARR - Lilly,Frank R HUM (C2)
51 book for ENGL 40A Section 51 81052 1 Lecture 40/18 TBAARR - Lilly,Frank R HUM (C2)

ENGL 50A - Intro To American Lit I (3 Units)

Major developments in the literature of America from the beginnings through the Civil War.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 50A Section 01 80194 1 Lecture 120/7 MW MND1003 0430PM-0545PM Sweet,Nancy HUM (C2)

ENGL 60 - Reading for Speed & Efficiency (2 Units)

Strategies and techniques to promote greater reading efficiency and flexibility and increase reading speed. Drills to develop rate and comprehension as well as supplementary practice in the LSC reading lab.

Note: Utilizes computers; may be repeated for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for ENGL 60 Section 03 80462 1 Discussion 25/0 W MRP1016 1200PM-1250PM Neuffer,Lori
04 book for ENGL 60 Section 04 80463 1 Activity 25/0 TBAARR - Toise,David W
05 book for ENGL 60 Section 05 80534 1 Discussion 25/0 R BRH201 1200PM-1250PM Neuffer,Lori
06 book for ENGL 60 Section 06 80535 1 Activity 25/0 TBAARR - Toise,David W
07 book for ENGL 60 Section 07 86502 1 Discussion 25/10 W YSM133 1000AM-1050AM Neuffer,Lori
08 book for ENGL 60 Section 08 86515 1 Activity 25/10 TBAARR - Toise,David W

ENGL 65 - Intro World Lit In Engl (3 Units)

An introduction to world literature written in English that places writers and their works within colonial, post-colonial, and literary contexts. Texts may come from Africa, India, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Canada, and non-English Britain.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 65 Section 01 80733 1 Lecture 40/0 TR DH206 1030AM-1145AM Martinez,Rosa Angelica HUM (C2)

ENGL 97 - Introduction to Film Studies (3 Units)

Examines cinematic techniques, styles, vocabulary, and discourses. Introduces different ways for writing about films and for working with a variety of cinematic terms. Film form and style will be studied by examining specific scenes in films from different genres, nations, and directors. Films used throughout the course will be selected from different historical periods.

Cross-listed: FILM 97.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 97 Section 01 80866 1 Lecture 40/0 W BRH114 0630PM-0920PM Rice,Douglas

ENGL 109M - Writing for GWAR Plcmt-Multi (3 Units)

Provides intensive practice in prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing academic writing for multilingual writers. Students research, analyse, reflect on, and write about the kinds of writing produced in academic disciplines. Students produce a considerable amount of writing such as informal reading responses, rhetorical analyses, and an extended academic research project: students will submit their writing late in the semester in a GWAR Portfolio, from which they will receive a GWAR Placement.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 with at least a C- grade or better and have completed at least 60 semester units.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 109M Section 01 80442 1 Lecture 28/1 MW YSM133 0300PM-0415PM Overby,Blair F
02 book for ENGL 109M Section 02 80614 1 Lecture 28/5 TR CLV135 0430PM-0545PM Barrish,Matthew B

ENGL 109W - Writing for GWAR Placement (3 Units)

Provides intensive practice in prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing academic writing. Students research, analyse, reflect on, and write about the kinds of writing produced in academic disciplines. Students produce a considerable amount of writing such as informal reading responses, rhetorical analyses, and an extended academic research project: students will submit their writing late in the semester in a GWAR Portfolio, from which they will receive a GWAR Placement.

Prerequisite: English 20 with a C- grade or better and have completed at least 60 semester units.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 109W Section 01 80443 1 Lecture 28/0 MW DH106 1200PM-0115PM Tran,Vu
02 book for ENGL 109W Section 02 80615 1 Lecture 28/5 MW AMD261 0430PM-0545PM Schilling,Jason
03 book for ENGL 109W Section 03 80444 1 Lecture 28/1 TR DH109 0900AM-1015AM Pica,Denise Y
04 book for ENGL 109W Section 04 80445 1 Lecture 28/1 TR CLV135 1030AM-1145AM Pica,Denise Y
05 book for ENGL 109W Section 05 80446 1 Lecture 28/1 TR BRH109 1200PM-0115PM Pica,Denise Y
06 book for ENGL 109W Section 06 80805 1 Lecture 28/1 TR LSN2300 0130PM-0245PM Barrish,Matthew B
07 book for ENGL 109W Section 07 81336 1 Lecture 28/7 TR DH109 0300PM-0415PM Morales,Sylvia E
08 book for ENGL 109W Section 08 81347 1 Lecture 28/0 TR DH111 0300PM-0415PM Barrish,Matthew B
09 book for ENGL 109W Section 09 81411 1 Lecture 28/1 TR YSM141 1200PM-0115PM Morales,Sylvia E

ENGL 109X - Writing-Intensive Workshop (1 Units)

Student-centered group tutorial which will offer supplemental instruction in elements of academic writing taught in writing-intensive upper-division courses; it will provide support to students concurrently enrolled in writing-intensive upper-division courses throughout the writing process, including drafting, revising, and editing, for a variety of papers.

Prerequisite: Writing Placement for Juniors: student who receive a 4-unit placement on the WPJ.

Corequisite: Writing-Intensive upper-division course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 109X Section 01 Zero Cost Book 80393 1 Activity 15/2 M EUR309 1000AM-1050AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
01 book for ENGL 109X Section 01 Zero Cost Book 80393 1 Activity 15/2 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
02 book for ENGL 109X Section 02 Zero Cost Book 80394 1 Activity 15/4 M MND1028 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
02 book for ENGL 109X Section 02 Zero Cost Book 80394 1 Activity 15/4 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
03 book for ENGL 109X Section 03 Zero Cost Book 80395 1 Activity 15/5 M AMD262 0200PM-0250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
03 book for ENGL 109X Section 03 Zero Cost Book 80395 1 Activity 15/5 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
04 book for ENGL 109X Section 04 Zero Cost Book 80432 1 Activity 15/3 M EUR309 0300PM-0350PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
04 book for ENGL 109X Section 04 Zero Cost Book 80432 1 Activity 15/3 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
05 book for ENGL 109X Section 05 Zero Cost Book 80486 1 Activity 15/1 M RVR2010 0900AM-0950AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
05 book for ENGL 109X Section 05 Zero Cost Book 80486 1 Activity 15/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
06 book for ENGL 109X Section 06 Zero Cost Book 80487 1 Activity 15/1 M EUR113 1200PM-1250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
06 book for ENGL 109X Section 06 Zero Cost Book 80487 1 Activity 15/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
07 book for ENGL 109X Section 07 Zero Cost Book 80917 1 Activity 15/0 T EUR309 0900AM-0950AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
07 book for ENGL 109X Section 07 Zero Cost Book 80917 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
08 book for ENGL 109X Section 08 Zero Cost Book 80492 1 Activity 15/2 T MRP2030 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
08 book for ENGL 109X Section 08 Zero Cost Book 80492 1 Activity 15/2 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
09 book for ENGL 109X Section 09 Zero Cost Book 80493 1 Activity 15/0 T BRH105 1200PM-1250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
09 book for ENGL 109X Section 09 Zero Cost Book 80493 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
10 book for ENGL 109X Section 10 Zero Cost Book 80525 1 Activity 15/0 T MND1032 0200PM-0250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
10 book for ENGL 109X Section 10 Zero Cost Book 80525 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
11 book for ENGL 109X Section 11 Zero Cost Book 80556 1 Activity 15/0 T SLN3008 0300PM-0350PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
11 book for ENGL 109X Section 11 Zero Cost Book 80556 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
12 book for ENGL 109X Section 12 Zero Cost Book 80557 1 Activity 15/3 T SLN3008 0500PM-0550PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
12 book for ENGL 109X Section 12 Zero Cost Book 80557 1 Activity 15/3 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
13 book for ENGL 109X Section 13 Zero Cost Book 80558 1 Activity 15/0 W SQU450 1000AM-1050AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
13 book for ENGL 109X Section 13 Zero Cost Book 80558 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
14 book for ENGL 109X Section 14 Zero Cost Book 80559 1 Activity 15/2 W MND1028 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
14 book for ENGL 109X Section 14 Zero Cost Book 80559 1 Activity 15/2 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
15 book for ENGL 109X Section 15 Zero Cost Book 80631 1 Activity 15/0 W DH109 1200PM-1250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
15 book for ENGL 109X Section 15 Zero Cost Book 80631 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
17 book for ENGL 109X Section 17 Zero Cost Book 80918 1 Activity 15/3 W BRH113 0200PM-0250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
17 book for ENGL 109X Section 17 Zero Cost Book 80918 1 Activity 15/3 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
18 book for ENGL 109X Section 18 Zero Cost Book 80820 1 Activity 15/0 W MND2032 0300PM-0350PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
18 book for ENGL 109X Section 18 Zero Cost Book 80820 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
20 book for ENGL 109X Section 20 Zero Cost Book 80974 1 Activity 15/2 R MRP2030 1100AM-1150AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
20 book for ENGL 109X Section 20 Zero Cost Book 80974 1 Activity 15/2 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
21 book for ENGL 109X Section 21 Zero Cost Book 80915 1 Activity 15/2 R CLV135 1200PM-1250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
21 book for ENGL 109X Section 21 Zero Cost Book 80915 1 Activity 15/2 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
22 book for ENGL 109X Section 22 Zero Cost Book 80916 1 Activity 15/3 R EUR309 0900AM-0950AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
22 book for ENGL 109X Section 22 Zero Cost Book 80916 1 Activity 15/3 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
23 book for ENGL 109X Section 23 Zero Cost Book 81123 1 Activity 15/9 F SQU128 1000AM-1050AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
23 book for ENGL 109X Section 23 Zero Cost Book 81123 1 Activity 15/9 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
24 book for ENGL 109X Section 24 Zero Cost Book 81124 1 Activity 15/6 F MND1028 1200PM-1250PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
24 book for ENGL 109X Section 24 Zero Cost Book 81124 1 Activity 15/6 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM
25 book for ENGL 109X Section 25 Zero Cost Book 87169 1 Activity 15/12 M LIB127 0100PM-0150PM Trimble,Jeremy M HY,ZCCM
25 book for ENGL 109X Section 25 Zero Cost Book 87169 1 Activity 15/12 WEBONLINE - Staff HY,ZCCM

ENGL 110A - Linguistics+Engl Language (3 Units)

Survey of modern English and the basic concepts of modern linguistics. Students will learn how linguists view regularity in language, as exemplified by data from English. Students will also learn how English spelling is an imperfect representation of sounds, how the sound system of English operates, how words and sentences are formed and may be analyzed, how the language changes over time, space, and social setting, and how the language is learned by children and adults.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 110A Section 01 80195 1 Discussion 40/1 TR DH108 1200PM-0115PM Komiyama,Reiko
02 book for ENGL 110A Section 02 80196 1 Discussion 40/0 TR MRP1010 0300PM-0415PM Komiyama,Reiko

ENGL 110J - Tradtnl Grammr+Stnd Usage (3 Units)

Develops a thorough understanding of basic issues in traditional English grammar and usage. It emphasizes knowledge of traditional grammar needed by single-subject credential students expecting to teach high school English. Topics include parts of speech, functions of words in sentences, phrases and clauses, and punctuation. Students will learn to apply their knowledge of grammar in composition instruction and marking essays. Students will also study use of specific grammatical features in developing rhetorical styles.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 110J Section 01 85733 1 Discussion 40/0 TR DH106 1030AM-1145AM Clark,John T

ENGL 110P - Second Lang Learn+Teach (3 Units)

Surveys the major issues involved in the acquisition of second languages and in teaching second language (L2) students. Topics covered include differences between first and second language acquisition, including age, biology, cognitive styles, personality, sociocultural factors, and linguistic variables; in addition, various models, techniques and approaches to L2 teaching are covered. Special attention is given to the unique demographics and characteristics of language minority students in California's public schools.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 110P Section 01 80197 1 Discussion 30/2 MW MRP1010 0130PM-0245PM Kurzer,Kendon C
02 book for ENGL 110P Section 02 80390 1 Discussion 30/5 MW DH214 0300PM-0415PM Kurzer,Kendon C

ENGL 110Q - Engl Gram For ESL Teacher (3 Units)

A survey of those aspects of English grammar that are relevant to teaching second language learners of English. The emphasis is on elements of simple and complex sentences, particularly the structure of noun phrases, the meanings of verb forms, and the expression of adverbial meanings.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 110Q Section 01 80198 1 Discussion 35/7 TR MRP1010 0430PM-0545PM Marshall,Fred

ENGL 116A - Studies In Applied Ling (3 Units)

Students learn the basics of the English system of phonology and morphology. Takes an integrated approach synthesizing the issues of phonics, schemata-building, and whole language strategies in teaching reading and writing to young learners. Students will also learn the importance of first and second language acquisition for elementary school students.Evaluation will include classroom examinations, and students will also undertake a detailed case study of one child learning to read and write.

Prerequisite: GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 116A Section 01 80199 1 Discussion 35/0 TR DH106 1200PM-0115PM Clark,John T
02 book for ENGL 116A Section 02 80200 1 Discussion 35/0 TR CLV134 0300PM-0415PM Clark,John T

ENGL 116B - Childrens Lit Classics (3 Units)

Introduction to the rich profusion of children's literature from a variety of cultures and countries and provides the opportunity to respond to this literature creatively and personally. Students will become familiar with the basic terminology of literary analysis -- themes, irony, point-of-view, etc.-- in order to deepen and enrich their experiences with the fiction, drama, and poetry available to young people. The readings are balanced for gender, culture, and ethnic concerns.

Prerequisite: GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 116B Section 01 81242 1 Discussion 35/0 TR CLV134 0900AM-1015AM Cordova,Teresa A
02 book for ENGL 116B Section 02 80201 1 Discussion 35/0 MW CLV134 0130PM-0245PM Anderson,Amy
04 book for ENGL 116B Section 04 86910 1 Discussion 35/0 TR TAH1004 1200PM-0115PM Ochoa,Ruth M S,Y

ENGL 120A - Advanced Composition (3 Units)

An intensive writing workshop in which student writing is the focus. Students will engage in a writing process that will include feedback from peers and the instructor throughout the process. This writing process may occur in a variety of rhetorical situations and genres. Through reflection on their writing products and processes, students will gain an awareness of themselves as writers. By the end of the course students will complete an extensive research project focused on academic inquiry.

Note: ENGL 120A is a requirement for English majors.

Prerequisite: GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 120A Section 01 80867 1 Discussion 30/0 MW DH111 0130PM-0245PM Ghosal,Torsa
02 book for ENGL 120A Section 02 80202 1 Discussion 30/0 TR MND4000 1030AM-1145AM Williams,Samuel B
05 book for ENGL 120A Section 05 86495 1 Discussion 30/0 TR ALP232 0430PM-0545PM Cope,Jonas

ENGL 120C - Topics in Composition (3 Units)

Offers a rotating series of topics relevant to composition studies, such as technology-based writing, writing across the curriculum, critical literacy, etc. Introduces students to the theory and practice of the field under consideration. Regardless of the topics, students will explore the major scholarly works of the field and produce writing that analyzes and utilizes the concepts in the area under consideration.

Note: May be repeated for credit as long as topic differs.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or ENGL 120A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 120C Section 01 85666 1 Discussion 30/0 MW DH109 0130PM-0245PM Laflen,Angela M WI

ENGL 120P - Professional Writing (3 Units)

Teaches students the most common professional writing genres used in career fields ranging from business to public relations to nonprofit management. Focuses on how business or technical communication is different from academic styles and introduces students to the current writing challenges and practices in these fields. Students will gain instruction and practice composing various essential writing formats, such as memos, reports, and feasibility studies.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or ENGL 120A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 120P Section 01 81072 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH214 1030AM-1145AM Dunn,Samuel J WI

ENGL 125A - Lit & Film for Adolescents (3 Units)

Provides prospective secondary school English teachers with an opportunity to think through important issues related to the planning and implementation of literature programs for adolescents. Equal emphasis will be given to the study of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, drama, and film. The focus will embrace literature from a variety of cultures and periods.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or 120A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 125A Section 01 80203 1 Discussion 35/0 MW DH206 0300PM-0415PM Fanetti,Susan

ENGL 125B - Writing and the Young Writer (3 Units)

Provides an introduction to teaching writing in high school and operates on the assumption that the need for and impact of writing competence for students is interdisciplinary and pervasive. The class has a workshop format, and students will practice many of the strategies studied. The texts will cover theoretical issues in teaching composition and practical methods of implementing theory in public school classrooms.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or ENGL 120A; and ENGL 110J or ENGL 110Q or ENGL 16

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 125B Section 01 80204 1 Discussion 35/5 MW DH206 0430PM-0545PM Fanetti,Susan

ENGL 125E - Acad Read+Writ Sec Lang (3 Units)

Helps prospective teachers to better understand the unique needs of second language students. Covers second language acquisition theory with particular emphasis on the teaching of reading and writing for academic purposes. Practical skills covered will all focus on the particular needs of second language readers and writers, for instance, how to help them to read more efficiently and with greater comprehension, how to write more fluently and accurately in ways that meet the needs and expectations of the academic discourse community.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 125E Section 01 80482 1 Discussion 35/2 MW DH108 1200PM-0115PM Komiyama,Reiko

ENGL 130D - Meter+Rhythm (3 Units)

Offers an in-depth study of prosody including the principles of meter (line measurement) and scansion (the marking of stressed syllables to determine meter and rhythm), as well as examining the relationship of these principles to verse in English. Examines a variety of poetic schemes, tropes, and forms. Three hours, lecture and guided practice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 130D Section 01 80357 1 Discussion 21/3 MWF DH106 1000AM-1050AM Mckinney,Joshua B

ENGL 130J - Writ Feature Filmscripts (3 Units)

Workshop designed for students who have little or no previous experience writing for the screen. Students write the synopsis, treatment, and part of the master scene script for a feature film, all of which are polished and revised in a workshop setting. Special attention is given to the dynamics of plot, characterization, and dialogue with an emphasis on the difference between writing for film and writing other kinds of fiction.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 130J Section 01 86443 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH108 0430PM-0545PM Williams,Samuel B

ENGL 130M - Art of Autobiography (3 Units)

Students keep a journal and write several drafts of an autobiographical essay which they present for critique and commentary. They also read and analyze several biographies and journals by writers from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

Prerequisite: At least a C- grade in ENGL 30A or 30B, and GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 130M Section 01 85670 1 Discussion 30/7 MW DH109 0430PM-0545PM Ghosal,Torsa ARTS (C1),WI

ENGL 140I - British Romanticism (3 Units)

Examines British literature and culture during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Topics may include war and revolution, tourism and the picturesque, genius and imagination, the Gothic, Romanic orientalism and literature and the environment. Writers covered may include Smith, Blake, Wollstonecraft, the Wordsworths, Scott, Coleridge, Austen, de Quincey, Byron, the Shelleys, Hemans and Keats.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 140I Section 01 81170 1 Lecture 40/2 TR DH108 0130PM-0245PM Cope,Jonas

ENGL 140R - Renaissance Drama (3 Units)

Readings in and analysis of English drama written in the period, roughly, from 1500-1660. Provides a survey of playwrights and genres from the entire period or focus on a particular theme or a grouping of authors. Students will come to understand the texts as well as the variety of historical, political, cultural, social, sexual, and religious contexts in which the playwrights of the era composed their works.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 140R Section 01 85637 1 Lecture 40/0 MW DH208 0300PM-0415PM Gieger,Jason

ENGL 141A - The Essential Shakespeare (3 Units)

Non-technical approach to Shakespeare's most representative dramatic works, designed for the non-major. Focuses upon Shakespeare's typical themes, conventions, and techniques, his development of character and situation, and his relationship to the culture and values of both his own and subsequent ages.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for ENGL 141A Section 02 86080 1 Lecture 30/0 MW CPS327 0600PM-0715PM Gieger,Jason ARTS (C1),WI

ENGL 145C - Shakespeare-Later Plays (3 Units)

Exploration of representative plays from roughly the second half of Shakespeare's career as a dramatist, with emphasis on the major tragedies (Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, and Macbeth), but also including the middle comedies (e.g., Twelfth Night, Measure for Measure) and the later romances (e.g., The Winter's Tale, The Tempest), while situating the plays within their cultural and historic context.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 145C Section 01 80734 1 Lecture 40/0 MW DH206 1200PM-0115PM Gieger,Jason

ENGL 150C - Amer Realism, 1865-1910 (3 Units)

Examines American literature written during the period after the Civil War, a time of unprecedented change that transformed America from rural, agricultural, and homogeneous culture into its urban, industrial, heterogeneous counterpart. It investigates how the literature of this period reflected these changes and simultaneously tried to reconcile them with the values of an earlier America. The magnitude of this endeavor produced a remarkable literary heritage for the 20th century.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 150C Section 01 86079 1 Lecture 40/0 TR CLV141 1200PM-0115PM Sweet,Nancy

ENGL 150G - Contempr Am Poetry,1950-P (3 Units)

Examines the richness of American poetry since World War II giving some consideration to the impact of recent world poetry brought to us by our skillful poet/translators.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 150G Section 01 80735 1 Lecture 40/3 MW MRP1010 1200PM-0115PM Mckinney,Joshua B

ENGL 165F - Caribbean Literature (3 Units)

Focuses on the literature--novels, shorts stories, poetry, and plays--by a wide range of Caribbean authors, among whom are two recent Nobel Prize winners, Derek Walcott and V. S. Naipaul. Students will learn to appreciate the cultural diversity of this post-colonial literature and will become familiar with its important themes and stylistic techniques. Students will also experience the multi-dialectal richness and flavor of the Anglophone Caribbean as expressed by authors from linguistically diverse islands.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 165F Section 01 85716 1 Lecture 40/1 TR DH108 1030AM-1145AM Lupo,Christine M

ENGL 170K - Masters Of Short Story (3 Units)

Concentrates on the works of a few distinguished writers of short fiction. In each case the writer is one with a widely acknowledged reputation. Emphasis is upon exploring how writers shape and manipulate the genre to produce lasting, individual, distinctive works. Representative figures include, but are not limited to, James Joyce, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sherwood Anderson, Ernest Hemingway, Frank O'Connor, Flannery O'Connor, John Barth, D.H. Lawrence, and Eudora Welty.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 170K Section 01 85729 1 Lecture 40/1 TR DH106 0130PM-0245PM Martinez,Rosa Angelica

ENGL 185B - 20th Cen Fiction By Women (3 Units)

Covers short stories and novels spanning the century and including women writers from a variety of nationalities, class, cultural and ethnic groups. Emphasizes what Virginia Woolf calls "the delicate transaction between a writer and the spirit of the age" and works with the writers presented so as to elicit the developing strands of influence and critique that bring these disparate writers into a common dialogue.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 185B Section 01 81245 1 Lecture 30/3 TR DH111 0130PM-0245PM Wanlass,Susan HUM (C2),WI

ENGL 190J - Tolkien:Lord Of The Rings (3 Units)

Helps students understand the primary structures, images, and themes informing Tolkien's Middle Earth and the ways these link the medieval worldview with modern, and even postmodern, wish-and fear-fulfillments. Students will read Tolkien's criticism, poetry, short tales, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and selections from The Silmarillion.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 190J Section 01 85717 1 Seminar 40/1 TR MRP1010 1200PM-0115PM Zarins,Kim
02 book for ENGL 190J Section 02 86954 1 Seminar 40/0 TR BRH114 0900AM-1015AM Zarins,Kim

ENGL 190P - Popular Literature and Culture (3 Units)

The study of popular texts through the various lenses of literary analysis. Students will work with a variety of texts, which might include genre fiction, graphic novels and comics, film and television, and other digital media, to consider the ways and whys of their popularity, as well as their impact, both historical and contemporaneous, on literature, audience, and culture.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 190P Section 01 85639 1 Discussion 40/0 TR AMD219 0430PM-0545PM Toise,David W

ENGL 195A - Writing Center: Internships (3 Units)

Note: May be repeated for 6 units of credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 195A Section 01 81070 1 Independent Study 25/17 TR DH209 0430PM-0545PM Michaels,Ann M

ENGL 195C - Internship In Field Work (3 Units)

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 195C Section 01 80544 1 Independent Study 15/12 MW EUR309 0130PM-0245PM Fanetti,Susan

ENGL 197P - British Film (3 Units)

Screenings and analysis of films produced in Great Britain. Students will view a variety of British films, starting possibly with silents and early Hitchcock and ending with films from the contemporary moment. Students will come to understand the historical and artistic contexts of the films and encounter the shifting definitions of what represents "British" on the screens of the cinema and in the minds of viewers. May provide a survey of films or focus on particular themes, studios, or directors.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 197P Section 01 85763 1 Lecture 65/0 T MRP1000 0630PM-0920PM Gieger,Jason

ENGL 198T - Senior Seminar In English (3 Units)

Features specialized topics taught by a variety of instructors depending upon the semester. Topics can include subject matter from literature, linguistics, English education, creative writing, composition/rhetoric, and film. Tend to the production of a significant research paper, a paper which will emphasize the student's ability to: Analyze and interpret multiple texts; Integrate primary and secondary sources; Construct a sustained, coherent, and rhetorically sophisticated piece of writing.

Prerequisite: ENGL 120A and a minimum of 90 units.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 198T Section 01 80205 1 Seminar 23/0 MW BRH203 1200PM-0115PM Fanetti,Susan
02 book for ENGL 198T Section 02 80359 1 Seminar 23/0 TR SQU102 0130PM-0245PM Lupo,Christine M
03 book for ENGL 198T Section 03 80389 1 Seminar 23/0 T MND1028 0630PM-0920PM Martinez,Rosa Angelica

ENGL 199 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading.

Note: Departmental petition required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 199 Section 01 87424 1 Independent Study 1/0 - Rice,Douglas

ENGL 200A - Methods+Matrls Lit Rsrch (3 Units)

Required of all MA candidates in English under Plans A and C and Creative Writing Plan B, acquaints students with principal sources and techniques of literary research. It also introduces students to contemporary critical approaches to literature. Students should take this course as early as possible in their graduate careers, preferably in the first semester. Students prepare an annotated bibliography and a paper employing a particular critical approach to one of a selection of anchor texts.

Note: Graduate Writing Intensive (GWI) course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 200A Section 01 80206 1 Seminar 16/0 M MND4007 0630PM-0920PM Lee,Hellen GWI

ENGL 200D - Methods+Matrls Engl-Tesol (3 Units)

Explores research design and testing methods for quantitative and qualitative research in second language acquisition (SLA). Students develop the ability to read second language acquisition research critically; study a variety of theoretical perspectives represented in current SLA research; and review the history of the current "burning issues" in SLA.

Note: Graduate Writing Intensive (GWI) course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 200D Section 01 80602 1 Seminar 16/8 MW DH214 0600PM-0715PM Heather,Julian GWI

ENGL 215C - Pedagogical Grammar-Tesol (3 Units)

Examines those areas of English grammar that are typically taught to non-native speakers. The goals are 1) to familiarize prospective ESL teachers with terminology and analyses that can be used in the classroom; 2) to develop the ability to explain and exemplify grammatical phenomena in terms accessible to ESL students; 3) to review sample materials and techniques for teaching English grammar to non-native speakers.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 215C Section 01 85671 1 Seminar 16/4 MW MND4007 0430PM-0545PM Heather,Julian

ENGL 215D - Pedagogy Of Spoken Engl (3 Units)

Examines aspects of spoken English that are typically taught to non-native speakers. The goals are 1) to familiarize prospective ESL teachers with terminology and analyses that can be used in the classroom; 2) to develop the ability to analyze student difficulties and provide appropriate help; 3) to review sample materials and techniques for teaching spoken English to non-native speakers.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 215D Section 01 85760 1 Seminar 16/1 TR MND4005 0430PM-0545PM Clark,John T

ENGL 220A - Teaching College Composition (3 Units)

Designed for prospective community college and university writing instructors. It focuses on theory and research in rhetoric, composition, and cognitive development and on practical, pedagogical classroom strategies. Students discuss a variety of theories and research studies and then apply writing theory to classroom strategies, design lessons, assignments, and syllabi, and practice analyzing and responding to student writing; and prepare a teacher portfolio.

Note: Graduate Writing Intensive (GWI) course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 220A Section 01 81000 1 Discussion 16/3 T BRH202 0630PM-0920PM Clark-Oates,Angela R GWI

ENGL 220D - Teaching+Comp Research (3 Units)

Examines the history and current status of research methods and methodologies in Composition Studies. It explores both producing and consuming research -- studying how and why research has been conducted and how it has been understood and put to practical use by readers of composition research.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 220D Section 01 85669 1 Seminar 16/6 MW MND1028 0430PM-0545PM Hayes,Hogan

ENGL 230D - Meter+Rhythm (3 Units)

In-depth study of prosody including the principles of meter (line measurement) and scansion (the marking of stressed and unstressed syllables to determine meter and rhythm), as well as examining the relationship of these principles to verse in English. Examines a variety of poetic schemes, tropes, and forms. Lecture and guided practice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 230D Section 01 80543 1 Discussion 7/0 MWF DH106 1000AM-1050AM Mckinney,Joshua B

ENGL 230E - Writing Memoir (3 Units)

Examines the craft of writing memoir and creative nonfiction as well as the theory and history of contemporary memoir writing. Students will write and workshop their own memoirs and creative nonfiction. Introduces students to literary and philosophical theories of memory and writing as well as look at contemporary memoirs written in a variety of styles.

Note: Topic areas will vary by semester, and the course may be repeated.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 230E Section 01 85672 1 Seminar 16/0 M MND1028 0630PM-0920PM Rice,Douglas

ENGL 240I - Jane Austen (3 Units)

Focuses on Jane Austen, perhaps England's greatest novelist. Students read almost all of her work and trace the development of her art from her teenage years until her death in 1817, noting how each new book is a distinct departure from previous ones. To put Austen's achievement in perspective, students also read Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, one of Austen's severest critics. Comparing the two novelists provides an even clearer sense of the richness and subtlety of Austen's art.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 240I Section 01 81180 1 Seminar 16/0 T DH111 0630PM-0920PM Cope,Jonas

ENGL 250A - Wharton+Cather (3 Units)

Focuses on the writing of Edith Wharton and Willa Cather, two of our most accomplished early American writers. Shows how these writers, poised on the threshold of the twentieth century-and pulled simultaneously forward and back-explored similar themes, and how, as two of the few revered women writers of this time, they focused particularly on shifting gender roles; Wharton with her eye on interior space and Cather with her eye on exterior space.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 250A Section 01 85761 1 Seminar 16/0 TR SLN4008 0430PM-0545PM Wanlass,Susan

ENGL 250W - The Poetry of T.S. Eliot (3 Units)

Focuses on the poetry of T.S. Eliot, one of the dominating figures of English and American literature for a substantial part of the twentieth century: In 1948 he received the Nobel Prize for Literature, and by 1950 his authority had reached a level that seemed comparable in English writing to that of figures like Johnson and Coleridge. Offers students the opportunity to analyze and discuss Eliot's poems. We will trace his poetic/aesthetic development from his early poems ("Prufrock" et al.) to his epoch-making The Waste Land, and onward through his conversion to Anglicanism and his mature accomplishment of Four Quartets.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 250W Section 01 86504 1 Seminar 16/2 R TBAARR 0630PM-0920PM Mckinney,Joshua B

ENGL 299 - Spec Prob Engl Tutorial (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading. Highly recommended for, and open only to, students who are able to carry on individual tutorial study. Admission by approval of faculty member who is to act as tutor and of graduate advisor or of Department Chair.

Prerequisite: ENGL 200.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 299 Section 01 81406 1 Thesis Research 2/1 TBAARR - Mckinney,Joshua B
02 book for ENGL 299 Section 02 87444 1 Thesis Research 2/1 - Toise,David W
03 book for ENGL 299 Section 03 87497 1 Thesis Research 99/98 - Clark,John T

ENGL 410A - Writing Center: Internship (3 Units)

Note: May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 410A Section 01 81071 1 Independent Study 16/12 TR DH209 0430PM-0545PM Michaels,Ann M

ENGL 410C - Internships (3 Units)

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 410C Section 01 85782 1 Independent Study 10/8 MW EUR309 0130PM-0245PM Fanetti,Susan

ENGL 500 - Culminating Experience (3 Units)

Completion of a thesis, project, comprehensive examination or TESOL comprehensive.

Prerequisite: Advanced to candidacy and permission of the graduate coordinator.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 500 Section 01 80391 1 Thesis Research 16/11 T MND4005 0630PM-0920PM Rice,Douglas

ENGL 598T - Culminating Experience -TESOL (3 Units)

Completion of a thesis, project, or TESOL comprehensive exam. Requires advancement to candidacy and permission of graduate coordinator. Project and thesis options require GPA of 3.7.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for ENGL 598T Section 01 80209 1 Thesis Research 16/6 R MND4007 0630PM-0920PM Heather,Julian

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Class Attribute Codes

A2 - Written Communication (A2)

ARTS (C1) - Arts (Area C1)

CL 45 - CL 45

CL 46 - CL 46

CL 47 - CL 47

CL 48 - CL 48

CL 49 - CL 49

CL 50 - CL 50

CL 51 - CL 51

CL 52 - CL 52

CL 53 - CL 53

CL 54 - CL 54

CL 56 - CL 56

CL 57 - CL 57

CL 58 - CL 58

E - Understanding Personal Development (E)

ECOM-01 - EC 01

ECOM-02 - ECom 02 The Migrant Experience and Communicaton

ECOM-09 - ECom 09 PanAfricanism:WherePast&PresentComeAlive

GWI - Graduate Writing Intensive Requirement (GWI)

HUM (C2) - Humanities (Area C2)

HY - Hybrid (OnLine & In-Person Meetings)

LCOM-33 - LCom 33 - Let's Talk It Out

LCOM-40 - LCOM 40

LCOM-41 - LCOM 41 - Peer Assisted Learning MATH 29

LCOM-42 - LCOM 42 - Peer Assisted Learning MATH 29

LCOM-43 - LCOM 43 - Empowering Future Scientists

LCOM-44 - LCOM 44

LCOM-45 - LCOM 45 - Peer Assisted Learning MATH 30

LCOM-46 - LCOM 46

LCOM-47 - LCOM 47

LCOM-48 - LCOM 48

LCOM-49 - LCOM 49

LCOM-50 - LCOM 50

LCOM-51 - LCOM 51

LCOM-52 - LCOM 52

LCOM-53 - LCOM 53

LCOM-54 - LCOM 54

LCOM-55 - LCOM 55

LCOM-59 - LCOM 59

S - Service Learning Course S4

WI - SAC:WRITING INTENSIVE GRAD REQ

Y - Teacher Credential Program Course

ZCCM - Zero Cost Course Materials

Session Codes

1 - Regular Academic Session (08/27/2018 to 12/07/2018)