ENGL 232 - Special Topics in Writing Studies

Overview

Course Title

Special Topics in Writing Studies

Department(s)

Description

These courses will focus on fiction and nonfiction writing about a specific theme or topic to be announced in advance and will vary each semester. Descriptions of the topic in a particular semester will be available in the English Department before registration.Students may take two such courses for credit, as long as they do not repeat the topic.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

No

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

4

Topics

Course Topic ID

1

Formal Description

Reading & Writing about Crime and Murder

Course Topic ID

2

Formal Description

Reading & Writing about the Immigrant Experience

Course Topic ID

3

Formal Description

Finding Nurture in Nature: R & W about Natural

Course Topic ID

4

Formal Description

Reading & Writing about Place, Geography, Travel

Course Topic ID

5

Formal Description

Reading & Writing about War

Course Topic ID

6

Formal Description

Be Home Before Dark: R & W about Family

Course Topic ID

7

Formal Description

Navigating Difference: R & W about Others

Course Topic ID

8

Formal Description

Love, Lust & Romance: R & W about Love

Course Topic ID

9

Formal Description

I Can't Believe I Ate the Whole Thing

Course Topic ID

10

Formal Description

R & W about Prison, Criminality and the Law

Course Topic ID

11

Formal Description

Writing for Children and Young Adults

Course Topic ID

12

Formal Description

The Teaching of Writing

Course Topic ID

13

Formal Description

Multimedia Writing

Course Topic ID

14

Formal Description

Mystery and Detective Fiction

Course Topic ID

16

Formal Description

African American Literature

Course Topic ID

17

Formal Description

Writing Intensive/Mystery Fict

Requisites

008121

Course Schedule

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