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ENGL 3105. Introduction to Fiction Writing (3-0-3) Prerequisite: ENGL 1102. A fiction workshop focusing on the production and in-class critique of students' creative work and including study of the short story, the elements of fiction, and individual writers. The course involves some written analysis of the work of published fiction writers and, especially, of fellow students' stories. Students' creative work will build the required portfolio.

ENGL 3106. Introduction to Poetry Writing (3-0-3) Prerequisite: ENGL 1102. A poetry workshop focusing on the production and in-class critique of students' creative work and including study of poetic forms, modes, schools, and individual poets. The course involves some written analysis of the work of published poets and, especially, of fellow students' poems. Students' creative work will build the required portfolio.

ENGL 3107. Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing (3-0-3) Prerequisite: ENGL 1102. A literary nonfiction workshop focusing on the production and in-class critique of students' creative work and including study of memoir, literary journalism, personal essay, and individual writers. The course involves some written analysis of the work of published writers and, especially, of fellow students' nonfiction prose. Students' creative work will build the required portfolio.

ENGL 3176. Print Design (3-0-3) Prerequisite: ENGL 1102. This course is dedicated to the study of print design within the publishing industry. After addressing relevant subjects in electronic discourse and publishing, students will analyze the various methods of print design. The course will devote extensive attention to the principles and theories of design, followed by the process and practice of creating and publishing various types of technical documents. The course will devote extensive attention to collaborative writing in a networked classroom and will prepare students with electronic skills critical for careers in publishing, professional writing, and academic research.

ENGL 4000. Baccalaureate Survey (0-0-0) Satisfactory grade in this course indicates completion of the baccalaureate examination for the BA degree in English Language and Literature. Survey can be taken more than once. (S/U grading.)

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