Lang, Lit & Tran English (LLTE)

LLTE 5301 Prob in the Teaching of ENGL

This course focuses on teaching methods, composition theory, and related topics and is directed primarily toward students interested in entering the teaching profession upon earning the M.A. in Language, Literature, and Translation. (Formerly ENGL 5301).

LLTE 5304 Studies in English Lang

A special topics seminar in some aspects of the study of the English language. The course may focus on a special problem in linguistics, second language acquisition, language policy and implementation, literacy or the teaching of the language. May be repeated for credit when topic changes. (Formerly ENGL 5304)

Prerequisites: Graduate standing.

LLTE 5307 Seminar in American Literature

An in-depth study of a theme, an idea, a literary type, a period or school of literature, or a particular writer in American Literature. May be repeated when topic changes. (Formerly ENGL 5307)

Prerequisites: Graduate standing.

LLTE 5308 Seminar in English Lang

An in-depth study of a theme, an idea, a literary type, a period or school of literature, or a particular writer of English literature. May be repeated for credit when topic changes. (Formerly ENGL 5308)

Prerequisites: Graduate standing.

LLTE 5309 Seminar in Engl Lit & Lang

An in-depth study of a special problem in English language and/or literature. May be repeated for credit when topic changes. (Formerly ENGL 5309)

Prerequisites: Graduate standing.

LLTE 5310 Major Writers and their Milieu

An in-depth study of one or more writers in English in the historical and cultural contexts in which they write. May be repeated for credit when the topic changes. (Formerly ENGL 5310).

Prerequisites: Graduate standing.