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ENG 400/500 Cr. 1-3
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.
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. Prerequisites: three credits in 200-level English courses.
ENG 700 Cr. 1-3
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
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