Academic Catalog 2014.2015 - page 88

The Master’s College 2014-2015 Catalog
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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
in English, but who wish to pursue their interest in the
English language and in imaginative literature. For a minor
in English, the following courses are required:
E120 Introduction to Literature......................................... 3
Four Courses (12 units) from the following:
Three Upper Division English Electives.......................... 9
Total units required for the minor in English...........................24
Course Offerings in
English
E110 English Composition (3)
Instruction and supervised practice in the techniques of
effective written expression, with emphasis on analytical
reading and writing of expository prose. Includes one
or more researched and documented essays. (Fulfills the
general education requirement for writing competency.)
E120 Introduction to Literature (3)
An introduction to literary forms: short story, novel, poetry,
drama. This course intends to foster an appreciation for the
range of literature and to instruct students in close reading
and analysis. Provides further instruction in expository
writing through personal response to and analysis of the
literature. (May be counted as a literature elective; does
not fulfill the literature survey requirement.)
E211, 212 English Literature I, II (3, 3)
A chronological survey of the development of English
literature, with emphasis on the major writers; some
attention to the parallel developments in history, language,
religion, and culture. First semester: Anglo-Saxon period
through the Neoclassical period. Second semester:
Romantic period through contemporary period.
E221, 222 World Literature I, II (3, 3)
A chronological and geo-politico-religious survey of the
major literary works that contributed to the shaping of
world history. This course examines selected literary works
from three major regions from antiquity to the present:
the Greco-Roman world and Europe, the Middle Eastern
world and India, and the Far East (China and Japan). First
semester: antiquity to the Renaissance. Second semester:
the Renaissance to the present. (Non-English majors may
fulfill the general education literature survey requirement
with either E221 or E222).
units) for a score of 55 or above on exam in
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
; counts as
literature elective.
Credit for E211 English Literature I (or) E212
English Literature II; three (3) units credit may
be granted for a score of 55 or above on exam in
English Literature
; fulfills literature survey require-
ment.
Credit for E231 American Literature I (or) E232
American Literature II; three (3) units credit may
be granted for a score of 55 or above on exam
in
American Literature
; fulfills literature survey
requirement.
Each of the following:
Also one of the following:
Also two of the following period courses:
English Majors taking E425 may waive E232
Also one the following:
   
  
Also one of the following:
 
 
 
Also the following:
One Lower Division English Elective............................. 3*
Three Upper Division English Electives........................ 9*
* Six of these 12 units may be from the following
writing
courses
offered in the Department of Communication:
C334, C344, C351, C354, C362, C441, C471
Total units required for the major in English..........................51
Minor in English
A minor in English is offered to students not majoring
ENGLISH COURSE REQUIREMENTS
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