ENGLISH (ENG)
Course Descriptions

ENG 400/500 Cr. 1-3
Workshop

Projects involving trends and issues in composition, language, or literature related to various professional uses of English, with a central topic to be announced before each workshop. No more than three credits are applicable to an English major or minor. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6. Offered occasionally.

ENG 432/532 Cr. 3
Introduction to Linguistics

Investigation of the nature of linguistic system (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics), theories of language development and the acquisition of first and second languages in diverse cultural settings. Review of idiosyncratic elements as they pertain to second-language learning. Prerequisite: MLG 109 or any foreign language at the 200 level, or ENG 332. Offered Sem. II.

ENG 511 Cr. 1
Folktales and Other Lore for Children

Close study of various folktales for children. Also studied are myths, legends, tall-tales, Jack-tales, fables, nursery rhymes, skip-rope rhymes, and literary lore. Modern adaptations by contemporary authors are given attention. Prerequisite: three credits in 200-level English courses. Offered occasionally.

ENG 700 Cr. 1-3
Workshop

Projects involving trends and issues in composition, language, or literature related to various professional uses of English, with a central topic to be announced before each workshop. Repeatable for credit - maximum 6. Offered occasionally.