English (ENGL)

ENGL 1
Understanding Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 2
The Great Traditions in English Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 4
Basic Writing Skills
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 5
Writing Tutorial
1 Credits
ENGL 6
Creative Writing Common Time
1-8 Credits/Maximum of 8
ENGL 15
Rhetoric and Composition
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 15A
Rhetoric and Composition
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 15S
Rhetoric and Composition
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 30
Honors Freshman Composition
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 30S
Honors Freshman Composition
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 30T
Honors Freshman Composition
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 50
Introduction to Creative Writing
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 50H
Introduction to Creative Writing
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 83
First-Year Seminar in English
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 88
Australian/New Zealand Cultural Perspectives
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 97
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 98
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 100
English Language Analysis
3 Credits
ENGL 103
The Great Traditions in American Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 104
The Bible as Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 105
American Popular Culture and Folklife
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 106
The Lynd Ward Graphic Novel Prize
1 Credits/Maximum of 3
ENGL 110
Newswriting Practicum
2 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 111
The Possibilities of English
2 Credits
ENGL 112
Pennsylvania Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 115N
Arts of Love
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 128
The Holocaust in Film and Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 129
Shakespeare
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 129H
Shakespeare
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 130
Reading Popular Texts
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 132
Jewish American Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 133
Modern American Literature to World War II
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 134
American Comedy
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 135
Alternative Voices in American Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 135S
Alternative Voices in American Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 136
The Graphic Novel
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 137H
Rhetoric and Civic Life I
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 138T
Rhetoric and Civic Life II
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 139
African American Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 139S
Black American Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 140
Contemporary Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 140H
Contemporary Literature - Honors
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 141N
African American Read-In Engaged Learning Experience
Keystone course
1-3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 142N
Science in Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 145
Modern Irish Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 145H
Irish Renaissance
3 Credits
ENGL 162N
Communicating Care
Keystone course
3 Credits/Maximum of 3
ENGL 163N
Defining the Animal
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 165N
Work and Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 179
Exploring the Literature of Food: Current Trends in American Food Writing and Environmentalism
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 180
Literature and the Natural World
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 181A
Adventure Literature: Exploring the Chesapeake Bay
Keystone course
4.5 Credits
ENGL 181B
Adventure Literature: Exploring Cape Cod
Keystone course
4.5 Credits
ENGL 181C
The Beach: Exploring the Literature of the Atlantic Shore
Keystone course
4.5 Credits
ENGL 181D
Adventure Literature: Exploring the Literature of American Wilderness
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 182
Literature and Empire
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 182A
Literature and Empire
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 182C
Literature and Empire
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 183Z
Adventure Literature
Keystone course
3-4.5 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 184
The Short Story
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 184S
The Short Story
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 185
World Novel
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 189
Modern Drama
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 190Q
Medievalism
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 191
Science Fiction
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 192
The Literature of Fantasy
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 193N
The Craft of Comics
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 194
Women Writers
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 194H
Women Writers
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 194S
Women Writers
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 196
Introduction to American Folklore
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 197
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 197K
Special Topics - InterDomain
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 198
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 199
Foreign Study--English
3-6 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 200
Introduction to Critical Reading
3 Credits
ENGL 200H
Introduction to Critical Reading
3 Credits
ENGL 200W
Introduction to Critical Reading
3 Credits
ENGL 201
What is Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 201H
What is Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 202A
Effective Writing: Writing in the Social Sciences
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 202B
Effective Writing: Writing in the Humanities
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 202C
Effective Writing: Technical Writing
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 202D
Effective Writing: Business Writing
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 209
Journal or Magazine Practicum
1-6 Credits/Maximum of 8
ENGL 210
The Process of Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 211
Introduction to Writing Studies
3 Credits
ENGL 211W
Introduction to Writing Studies
3 Credits
ENGL 212
Introduction to Fiction Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 213
Introduction to Poetry Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 213H
Introduction to Poetry Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 214
Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 215
Introduction to Article Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 221
British Literature to 1798
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 221H
British Literature to 1798
3 Credits
ENGL 221W
British Literature to 1798
3 Credits
ENGL 222
British Literature from 1798
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 222H
British Literature from 1798
3 Credits/Maximum of 3
ENGL 222W
British Literature from 1798
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 225N
Sexuality and Modern Visual Culture
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 226
Latina and Latino Border Theories
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 227
Introduction to Queer Theory
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 228
Introduction to Disability Studies in the Humanities
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 229
Digital Studies
3 Credits
ENGL 231
American Literature to 1865
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 231Y
American Literature to 1865
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 232
American Literature from 1865
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 232W
American Literature from 1865
3 Credits
ENGL 233N
Chemistry and Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 234
Sports, Ethics, and Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 235
From Folk Shouts and Songs to Hip Hop Poetry
3 Credits
ENGL 236N
Inequality: Economics, Philosophy, Literature
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 237N
Reading and Writing Documentary Poetry
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 240
Exploring Literary Traditions
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 245
Introduction to LGBTQ Studies
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 250
Peer Tutoring in Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 261
Exploring Literary Forms
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 262
Reading Fiction
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 263
Reading Poetry
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 265
Reading Nonfiction
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 268
Reading Drama
Keystone course
3 Credits
ENGL 281
Television Script Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 282
TV Script Writing 2
3 Credits
ENGL 294
Research Topics
1-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 296
Independent Studies
1-18 Credits/Maximum of 18
ENGL 296A
**SPECIAL TOPICS**
1-6 Credits
ENGL 297
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 297E
Special Topics - InterDomain
Keystone course
3 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 298
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 299
Foreign Studies
1-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 301M
Honors Seminar in English: Pre-1800s literature
3-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 310
Honors Thesis in English
3 Credits
ENGL 311
The Canon and Its Critics
3 Credits
ENGL 312
Globality and Literature
3 Credits
ENGL 312H
Globality and Literature
3 Credits
ENGL 395
Internship
1-18 Credits/Maximum of 18
ENGL 397
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 399
Foreign Study--English
3-6 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 400
Authors, Texts, Contexts
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 401
Studies in Genre
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 401W
Creative Writing Theory
3 Credits
ENGL 402
Literature and Society
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 403
Literature and Culture
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 404
Mapping Identity, Difference, and Place
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 405
Taking Shakespeare From Page to Stage
3 Credits
ENGL 406M
Honors Course in English: General Topic in Recent Literature
3-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 407
History of the English Language
3 Credits
ENGL 408M
Honors Seminar in English: General Topic in Post-1800 Literature
3-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 409
Composition Theory and Practice for Teachers
3 Credits
ENGL 411M
Honors Seminar in English: Creative Writing
3-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 412
Advanced Fiction Writing
3 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 412H
Advanced Fiction Writing
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 413
Advanced Poetry Writing
3 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 414
Biographical Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 415
Advanced Nonfiction Writing
3 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 416
Science Writing
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 417
The Editorial Process
3 Credits
ENGL 418
Advanced Technical Writing and Editing
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 419
Advanced Business Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 420
Writing for the Web
3 Credits
ENGL 421
Advanced Expository Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 422
Fiction Workshop
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 423
Poetry Writing Workshop
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 424
Creative Writing and the Natural World
3 Credits
ENGL 425
Nonfiction Workshop
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 426
Chicana and Chicano Cultural Production: Literature, Film, Music
3 Credits/Maximum of 3
ENGL 427
Topics in Jewish American Literature
3 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 428
Asian American Literatures
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 429
New Media and Literature
3 Credits
ENGL 430
The American Renaissance
3 Credits
ENGL 431
Black American Writers
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 432
The American Novel to 1900
3 Credits
ENGL 433
The American Novel: 1900-1945
3 Credits
ENGL 433H
The American Novel: 1900-1945
3 Credits
ENGL 434
Topics in American Literature
3 Credits/Maximum of 99
ENGL 435
The American Short Story
3 Credits
ENGL 436
American Fiction Since 1945
3 Credits
ENGL 437
The Poet in America
3 Credits
ENGL 438
American Drama
3 Credits
ENGL 439
American Nonfiction Prose
3 Credits
ENGL 440
Studies in Shakespeare
3 Credits
ENGL 441
Chaucer
3 Credits
ENGL 442
Medieval English Literature
3 Credits
ENGL 443
The English Renaissance
3 Credits
ENGL 444
Shakespeare
3 Credits
ENGL 444H
Shakespeare
3 Credits
ENGL 445
Shakespeare's Contemporaries
3 Credits
ENGL 446
Milton
3 Credits
ENGL 447
The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century
3 Credits
ENGL 448
The English Novel to Jane Austen
3 Credits
ENGL 449M
Honors Seminar in English: Pre-1800s literature
3-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 450
The Romantics
3 Credits
ENGL 451
Literary Modernism in English
3 Credits
ENGL 452
The Victorians
3 Credits
ENGL 453
Victorian Novel
3 Credits
ENGL 454
Modern British and Irish Drama
3 Credits
ENGL 455
Topics in British Literature
3 Credits/Maximum of 99
ENGL 456
British Fiction, 1900-1945
3 Credits
ENGL 457
British Fiction Since 1945
3 Credits
ENGL 458
Twentieth-Century Poetry
3 Credits
ENGL 460
Business and Literature
3 Credits/Maximum of 3
ENGL 461
The Vernacular Roots of African American Literature
3 Credits
ENGL 462
Reading Black, Reading Feminist
3 Credits
ENGL 463
African American Autobiography
3 Credits
ENGL 464M
Honors Seminar in English: Multicultural
3-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 466
African American Novel I
3 Credits
ENGL 467
African American Novel II
3 Credits
ENGL 468
African American Poetry
3 Credits
ENGL 469
Slavery and the Literary Imagination
3 Credits
ENGL 470
Rhetorical Theory and Practice
3 Credits
ENGL 471
Rhetorical Traditions
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 472
Current Theories of Writing and Reading
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 473
Rhetorical Approaches to Discourse
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 474
Issues in Rhetoric and Composition
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 475
Comics Studies
3 Credits
ENGL 477
Teaching Children's Literature
3 Credits
ENGL 478
Grant Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 479
Business or Technical Writing Practicum
1-3 Credits
ENGL 480
Communication Design for Writers
3 Credits
ENGL 481
Literary Theory: Historical Perspectives
3 Credits
ENGL 482
Contemporary Literary Theory and Practice
3 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 482W
Contemporary Literary and Cultural Theory
3 Credits
ENGL 483
Problems in Critical Theory and Practice
3 Credits
ENGL 484
James Joyce
3 Credits
ENGL 485
Australian and New Zealand Literature and Culture
3 Credits
ENGL 486
The World Novel in English
3 Credits
ENGL 487
Senior Seminar
3 Credits
ENGL 488
Modern Continental Drama
3 Credits
ENGL 489
British Women Writers
3 Credits
ENGL 490
Women Writers and Their Worlds
3 Credits
ENGL 491
The Capstone Course in Professional Writing
3 Credits
ENGL 492
American Women Writers
3 Credits
ENGL 493
The Folktale in American Literature
3 Credits
ENGL 494
Senior Thesis in English
1-6 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 494H
Senior Thesis in English
1-6 Credits/Maximum of 6
ENGL 495
Internship
3-12 Credits/Maximum of 12
ENGL 496
Independent Studies
1-18 Credits/Maximum of 18
ENGL 496C
**SPECIAL TOPICS**
1-6 Credits
ENGL 496D
**SPECIAL TOPICS**
1-6 Credits
ENGL 496E
**SPECIAL TOPICS**
1-6 Credits
ENGL 497
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 498
Special Topics
1-9 Credits/Maximum of 9
ENGL 499
Foreign Study--English
3-6 Credits/Maximum of 6