Student Resources

Spring 2017 Course Descriptions

Detailed Spring 2017 Course Descriptions

  • Undergraduate Writing Program Courses
  • English Education Program Courses
  • Composition Gradtuate Program Courses
  • Linguistics Program Courses
  • Literature Program Courses
  • MA TESOL Program Courses
  • Technical & Professional Writing Courses 

Current Class Schedule

See the department's class schedule for the semester.

  • Undergraduate Writing Program Courses
  • CMS Program Courses
  • English Education Program Courses
  • Composition Graduate Program Courses
  • Linguistics Program Courses
  • Literature Program Courses
  • MA TESOL Program Courses
  • Technical & Professional Writing Courses 

FAQs

Find answers and information to the most common questions and issues fielded by the English department. If you do have a question, we ask that you please read through these FAQs thoroughly before contacting us.

Student Testimonies

Hear from our very own alumni of our composition master's and certificate programs to find out how this degree helped them get to where they are today.

Student Life: At A Glance

Information coming soon...

English Tutoring Center

The English Tutoring Center (ETC) provides academic support to undergraduate students enrolled in English composition courses. If you have questions about tutoring, Early Start English, ENG 104/105, or ENG 114, please visit their website to learn more. 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

  • Most scholarship applications are due in the Spring semester in April. Awards are disbursed in the following Fall semester.
  • Please see Academic Works website to apply for our scholarships.

Current Graduate Students Checklist

Information about obtaining classified status and tips for graduation.

Careers in English

Here are some resources for pursuing a career in English.

Department Newsletters

Read our department newsletters to find out about current students, faculty, alumni, individual programs, departmental happenings, and events.

Advising Resource Center

The College of Liberal & Creative Arts established the student Advising Resource Center (ARC) to provide multiple support services to students. You can receive information regarding requirements for your degree, petitions, financial aid, tutoring, student clubs, events, careers and much more.

Advising Resource Center

Course Classification Guide

Check the list to see the classification for many of the courses.