TENTATIVE FALL 2014 GRADUATE SCHEDULE
From Dr. Kent Baxter Graduate Advisor
Last Revised: 03/11/2014
Key: CW=Creative Writing, Lit=Literature, RC=Rhetoric and Composition Theory
Please note the following:
*Three 620’s, three 630s, two 622s, two 623s and two 654s may be taken as long as the individual class topics are not repeated.
*CW students are allowed to take two 512’s, 608’s and 609’s.
*CW students must take 2 workshops in their primary genre.
*400 level courses may not be used for required graduate level (500-600) literature courses. Students may take up two 400-level courses with the approval of Dr. Baxter via the “400-Level Consent Form". Forms are due by the end of the first week of the semester.
*Classified graduate students who have completed 15-18 units of graduate study should make an appointment with Dr. Baxter in order to draw up a contract/formal program.
*Before students can enroll in their culminating experience (697C, 698C, 698D), they must be classified, have a formal contract on file with the English Graduate Department, and have submitted both the “intent” form and receipt for graduation application.
*Permission numbers for 697C, 698C, and 698D are given by Marjie’s office via email.
* 697C is offered every semester, but does not meet as a class. Contact Dr. Baxter for details.
* 698D (Graduate Project) is offered once a year in the spring semester
* Students must apply for graduation once they complete 18-21 units.
* Permission to enroll for 600A, 600B & BF are given after acceptance into the TA program. TAs must be fully classified and enrolled in order to teach.
* New TA's must be fully classified by June 1, 2014 and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in order to teach Fall 2014.
* All TA's must be enrolled in order to teach.
* Have you made your advisement appointment with Dr. Baxter?
Course Descriptions coming soon
|12:30-315 pm*||Engl 600 &BF: College Comp.: Theory & Pedagogy, Teaching Associate Sem.(RC) I.Clark|
|4-6:45 pm||Engl 604: Seminar in Language and Linguistics (Core) Peck
Engl 620FM Faulkner and Morrison: (Lit) Stanley
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 620AS: Art Spiegelman & The Transformation of Comics (Lit) Hatfield|
|4-6:45 pm||Engl 620JJ: James Joyce (Lit) Wightman
Engl 652: Creative Writing Studies (CW Core) Hall
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 601: Seminar in Scholarly Methods & Bibliography (Lit Core) Byler
Engl 609: Seminar in Poetry Writing (CW) Barresi
|4-6:45 pm||Engl 630ML: Medieval Literature (Lit) Kleinman
Engl 654: Satire and Social Contract (RC/Lit Hybrid**) Wexler
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 638: Critical Approaches to Literature (Core) Solomon|
Engl 595NF: Creative Non-Fiction Prose (CW) J. Lopez
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 624: Beckett, Pinter, and Churchill (CW/Lit Hybrid**) Mitchell|
|10:00am-12:45pm*||Engl 638: Critical Approaches to Literature (Core) Mills|
*Note time of day
** Engl. 624: Students must let Professor Mitchell know if taking for CW or Lit credit.
** Engl. 654: Students must let Professor Wexler know if taking for RC or Lit credit.
Reminder, students must be fully classified upon completion of first 12 gratuate units (usually 4 classes).