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    Rockhurst University
   
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

English

   •  EN 1100 - Reading and Study Skills
   •  EN 1101 - Advanced Reading and Study Skills
   •  EN 1110 - College Composition I
   •  EN 1120 - College Composition II
   •  EN 1140 - English Composition
   •  EN 1150 - Honors Composition
   •  EN 1180 - The Research Paper
   •  EN 2740 - World Literature Through the 16th Century
   •  EN 2760 - World Literature Since the 16th Century
   •  EN 2800-2890 - Introduction to Literature
   •  EN 2900-2989 - Studies in World Literature
   •  EN 2960 - Journeys, Voyages, and Quests
   •  EN 3000 - Major Figures of British Literature
   •  EN 3110 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  EN 3140 - Introduction to Playwriting
   •  EN 3150 - Advanced Composition
   •  EN 3160 - Writing for the Marketplace
   •  EN 3170 - Practical Stylistics
   •  EN 3180 - Business Writing
   •  EN 3190 - Technowriting: the Technologies of Written Communication from the Alphabet to the World Wide Web
   •  EN 3200 - Exploring the Self in Reading and Writing
   •  EN 3220 - Chaucer and His World
   •  EN 3350 - Shakespeare Seminar I
   •  EN 3360 - Shakespeare Seminar II
   •  EN 3380 - Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama
   •  EN 3400 - British Literature: 17th and 18th Centuries
   •  EN 3500 - Studies in the English Novel
   •  EN 3520 - Jane Austen Study
   •  EN 3530 - The Romantic Period
   •  EN 3550 - The Victorian Period
   •  EN 3600 - Early American Literature
   •  EN 3610 - American Literature 1865-1945
   •  EN 3620 - American Literature since 1945
   •  EN 3670 - Studies in the American Novel
   •  EN 3680 - Twentieth Century U.S. Drama
   •  EN 3700 - The Structure of Modern English
   •  EN 3750 - Development of the English Language
   •  EN 3800 - Introduction to Film
   •  EN 3810 - Detective Fiction
   •  EN 3820 - American Literature and the Environment
   •  EN 3830 - Utopian and Anti-Utopian Literature
   •  EN 3840 - Honors Literature and Art
   •  EN 3850 - Literature and Cinema
   •  EN 3870 - Irish Literature
   •  EN 3880 - The Gothic Novel as Genre
   •  EN 3885 - The Contemporary Novel
   •  EN 3890 - Women and Literature
   •  EN 3896 - The Literature of Catholicism and Christian Spirituality
   •  EN 4120 - Introduction to Screenwriting
   •  EN 4150 - The Tradition of Rhetoric: Principles and Practices
   •  EN 4170 - Teaching of Writing
   •  EN 4180 - Report Writing
   •  EN 4190 - Literature and Orality: A Rhetorical Synthesis
   •  EN 4600 - Twentieth Century British and American Poetry
   •  EN 4610 - African American Literature
   •  EN 4620 - The Novels of Faulkner
   •  EN 4640 - Americans in Paris
   •  EN 4810 - Mythology: Literature and Criticism
   •  EN 4820 - Literary Theory: Text and Context
   •  EN 4830 - Honors Classic to Romantic
   •  EN 4845 - Short Fiction and Metaphor: 19th Century America
   •  EN 4850 - Modern Drama
   •  EN 4855 - Colonialism and Literature
   •  EN 4860 - Postcolonialism and Literature
   •  EN 4880 - Poetry of Ecstasy
   •  EN 4920 - Report Project
   •  EN 4930 - Senior Thesis