ENGLISH A. (0) A noncredit course in grammar for those who receive an unsatisfactory score on the English portion of their entrance examinations. J 101, 102. BASIC LANGUAGE, READING, AND COMPOSITION. (3,3) Reading improvement and training in composition stressing logic, argum~nt, and evaluation, with the application of the fundamentals of writing to long compositions, including the research paper. 101 is prerequisite for 102. 103, 104. INTRODUCTION TO RHETORIC AND CRITICISM. (3,3) Consideration of the basic e lements of oral and written communication as a basis for the improvement of the student's ability to communicate his own thought and to understand the thought of others. Extensive work in critical reading and composition, including the research paper. 103 is prerequisite for 104. Open to students with exceptional secon­ dary school grades and college placement test scores in English and composition. Those who pass this course are exempt from Speech 101. 200. MASTERPIECES. (3) Concentrated study of selected masterpieces of world literature in­ cluding American, English, Continental and Asian literatures. vefo1, 202. ENGLISH LITERATURE. (3,3) A survey of poetry and prose from Beowulf to the present, including some of the masterpieces. 203. JOURNALISM. (3) Survey of the journalistic fi e ld and evaluation of vocational opportuni­ ties afforded. Introduction to th e skills required for experience in the field. 300. DIRECTED READING. (1,3) Selected reading in areas (or periods) of deficiency of the student, as determined by consu ltation with the instructor. 304. SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE. (3) A consideration of the major works of the seventeenth century, with particular emphasis upon Milton. 305. BIOGRAPHY. (3) A study of biographies and autobiographies from Bede to the twentieth century. 307. RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION. (3) Selected works from represe ntative English writers. 309. AMERICAN LITERATURE. (3) A study of the outstanding contributors of American literature from the Colonial Period to the C ivil War. 310. AMERICAN LITERATURE. (3) Principal writers from th e Civil War to th e present.

THE ROMANTIC AGE. (3) Major writers of the English Romantic Period, 1784-1832.



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