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TENTATIVE SPRING 2014 GRADUATE SCHEDULE

From Dr. Kent Baxter, Graduate Advisor
Revised 11-12-2013
Key: Core= All options must take, CW=Creative Writing, Lit=Literature, RC=Rhetoric and Composition Theory

Please note the following:

  • Three 620's, three 630's, two 622's, 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.
  • RC students are allowed to take two 654's as long as the individual class topics are not repeated.
  • 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", due the first week of classes.
  • 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 Department, have attended and info session 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 (MA Exam) is offered every semester, but does not meet as a class. Contact Dr. Baxter for details
    698D (Grad Project) is offered once a year in the spring semester
  • Students must apply for graduation once they complete 18-24 units.
  • Permission to enroll for 600A, 600B & BF are given after acceptance into the TA program by Marjie's office via email.
    New TAs must be fully classified by June 1, 2014 and all TAs must be  enrolled in order to teach.



SPRING 2014 GRADUATE SCHEDULE

 

Monday Classes
*
12:30-3:15 pm
***Engl 600A: College Comp.: Theory & Pedagogy T.A. Sem. (RC) Clark, I.  (Note: Students must be accepted to the TA program to enroll in this course) (Enrollment by permission number only thorugh Marjie's office)
4-6:45 pm Engl 630FA: Seminar in Literary Periods: The Foreign American (Lit) Uba
Engl 652: Creative Writing Studies (CW Core) Haake
7-9:45 pm Engl 651: Rhetorical Theory and Composition (RC Core) Wexler
***Engl 698D: Graduate Project(Culminating Experience for Lit & RC) Baxter (Note:students must be in their last semester and attend info session and turn in Intent to take 698D prior to registration. Enrollment is by permission number only through Marjie's office)
Tuesday Classes
4-6:45 pm Engl 622: Aspects in Poetry (CW/Lit Hybrid**) Hall Students must let Dr. Hall know first day of class if they will use course as CW or as Lit.
***Engl 698D: Graduate Project(Culminating Experience for Lit & RC) Baxter (Note:students must be in their last semester and attend info session and turn in Intent to take 698D prior to registration. Enrollment is by permission number only through Marjie's office)
7-8 pm,8-9pm
7-9:45 pm
Engl 502P Poets and Art (1 unit) 502/PF: (1 unit)  Poets Art and Society (CW) Hall** Students must sign up for both 502P and 502PF
Engl 595PB: The Picture Book (Lit) Stallcup
Wednesday Classes
4-6:45 pm Engl 604: Seminar in Language and Linguistics (Core) Shi
Engl 654: Advanced Rhetoric and Composition: Cross/Multi/Translingual Writing, Reading, and Teaching (RC/Lit Hybrid**) Pandey Students must let Dr. Pandey know first day of class if they will use course as RC or Lit
7-9:45 pm Engl 638: Critical Approaches to Literature(Core) Solomon
Engl 608: Seminar in Narrative Writing (CW) Houghton
Thursday Classes
4-6:45 pm Engl 512: Writing for Performance (CW) Mitchell
Engl 620M: Seminar in Individual Authors:Yeats (Lit) Clark, D
7-9:45 pm Engl 630DW: Seminar in Literary Periods: Defiant Women in the Long Eighteenth Century (Lit) Spratt
***Engl 698D: Graduate Project (Culminating Experience for CW) Mitchell (Note:students must be in their last semester and attend info session and turn in Intent to take 698D prior to registration. Enrollment is by permission number only through Marjie's office)
Friday Classes
*10-12:45PM

Engl 604: Seminar in Language and Linguistics (Core) Klein

*Notice scheduled time of class

Reminder, students must be fully classified upon completion of first 12 graduate units (usually 4 classes).

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