TENTATIVE FALL 2013 GRADUATE SCHEDULE
From Dr. Kent Baxter Graduate Advisor
Last Revised: May 9, 2013
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.”
*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, 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.
*Students must apply for graduation once they complete 24 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.
|12:30-315 pm*||Engl 600 &BF: College Comp.: Theory & Pedagogy, Teaching Associate Sem.(RC) Barnard|
|4-6:45 pm||Engl 604: Seminar in Language and Linguistics (Core) McClave
Engl 617: Shakespeare (Lit) Bryson
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 623: Girls' Books? (Lit) Byler|
|4-6:45 pm||Engl 630TT: Textual Analysis in the Digital Age (Lit) Kleinman|
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 601: Bibliography (Lit Core) Spratt|
|4-6:45 pm||Engl 608: Seminar in Narrative Writing (CW) Haake
Engl 654: Rhetoric and Science (RC) Wexler
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 638: Critical Approaches to Literature (Core) Mills|
|4-6:45 pm||Engl 609: Seminar in Poetry Writing (CW) Hall
Engl 630OM: Our Monsters, Ourselves (Lit) Baxter
|7-9:45 pm||Engl 622: Seminar on Aspects of Poetry (CW/Lit Hybrid**) Barresi|
|10:00-12:45 pm*||Engl 638: Critical Approaches to Literature (Core) Chatterjee|
*Note time of day
** Students must let Professor Barresi know first day of class if they will use course as CW or as Lit.
Reminder, students must be fully classified upon completion of first 12 gratuate units (usually 4 classes).