Graduate Courses

For descriptions of individual courses, students should consult the appropriate graduate catalog, which is maintained by the university's Office of the Registrar.

  • ENGL 502 - Teaching Writing: Theories and Practices
  • ENGL 506 - Advanced Technical Writing
  • ENGL 507 - Technical Editing
  • ENGL 525 - The Study of Adolescent Literature
  • ENGL 563 - Grammar and Language for Teachers
  • ENGL 600 - Introduction to Literary Scholarship
  • ENGL 601 - Diversity in English Language Arts
  • ENGL 607 - Business Writing and Editing (asynchronous online)
  • ENGL 608 - Professional and Technical Writing (asynchronous online)
  • ENGL 609 - Writing in Digital Spaces (asynchronous online)
  • ENGL 610 - Proposal and Grant Writing (asynchronous online)
  • ENGL 612 - Electronic Portfolio Writing (asynchronous online)*
  • ENGL 611 - Creative Writing
  • ENGL 621 - Principles of Literary Criticism
  • ENGL 622 - Assessment in Digital and Online Language Arts
  • ENGL 625 - Advanced Young Adult Literature in a Digital Age
  • ENGL 627 - Content Challenges in Digital and Online Language Arts
  • ENGL 629 - Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature
  • ENGL 631 - Studies in Medieval Literature
  • ENGL 633 - Studies in Early Modern British Literature
  • ENGL 635 - Studies in Restoration and 18th Century British Literature
  • ENGL 637 - Studies in 19th-Century British Literature
  • ENGL 639 - Studies in 20th-Century Literature
  • ENGL 644 - Studies in American Literature I (beginnings to the early 20th century)
  • ENGL 645 - Studies in American Literature II (early 20th century to present)
  • ENGL 648 - Studies in Oral and Written Literature of Appalachia
  • ENGL 651 - Teaching College Composition
  • ENGL 652 - Advanced Teaching Writing in a Digital Age
  • ENGL 653 - Women Writers
  • ENGL 655 - Practicum in the Teaching of Expository Writing
  • ENGL 659 - Digital Electronics in English Language Arts
  • ENGL 663 - Linguistics
  • ENGL 680 - Special Topics in English
  • ENGL 681 - Topics in Contemporary Theory
  • ENGL 698 - Directed Study
  • ENGL 699 - Research and Thesis

*ENGL 612 - Electronic Portfolio Writing (asynchronous online) is a 1-credit course that is reserved for students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Professional Writing.