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Sections of ENGL 7976 Directed Study and ENGL 7990 Master’s Thesis are created upon successful petition. These are credit-bearing courses. See Banner Class Schedule for non-credit bearing course information (ENGL 8960, 8986, 9986, 9990, 9991, and 9996).
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|Core Requirement||Course||Instructor||Meeting Time|
|Proseminar (fall only)||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Literary Periods (Literature 1700-1900)||ENGL 7352 Topics in Genre: The Slave Narrative||Aljoe, Nicole||T 2:50pm-6:10pm|
|Theories & Methods||ENGL 7358 Topics in Literature and Other Disciplines: Public Humanities||Kaplan, Carla||W 12:40pm-4pm|
|Theories & Methods / Digital Humanities Certificate||ENGL 7380 Topics in Digital Humanities: Where Data Comes From||Evalyn, Lawrence||R 2:50pm-6:10pm|
|Writing and Rhetoric||ENGL 7392 Writing and the Teaching of Writing||Lerner, Neal||W 2:50pm-6:10pm|
|Writing and Rhetoric||ENGL 7395 Topics in Writing: Language, Race and Power||Zhang-Wu, Qianqian||M 12:25pm-3:45pm|
|Elective / Digital Humanities Certificate||INSH 7910 NULab Seminar||Flanders, Julia||T 12:50pm-2:30pm|