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    Muhlenberg College
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses of Instruction


 

Ethnic and Regional Literatures

   •  ENG 271, 272 - Ethnicity in US Literature
   •  ENG 273 - African American Literature
   •  ENG 291, 292 - Caribbean Writing
   •  ENG 295, 296 - The English Language

Medieval and Early Modern Literatures

Note:  All 300-level courses require the prerequisite of a 200-level ENG course.

   •  ENG 247, 248 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 313, 314 - Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 315, 316 - The Renaissance Imagination
   •  ENG 317, 318 - Lyric Traditions
   •  ENG 321, 322 - Shakespeare Reproduced
   •  ENG 323, 324 - Renaissance Plays in Process
   •  ENG 325, 326 - Milton & the Age of Revolution
   •  ENG 328 - Staging the Restoration

Nineteenth Century

Note:  All 300-level courses require the prerequisite of a 200-level ENG course.

   •  ENG 277, 278 - Transcendentalism, Abolition, & Emancipation in American Literature
   •  ENG 329, 330 - Nineteenth Century British Fiction: The Marriage Plot
   •  ENG 331, 333 - English Romanticism
   •  ENG 338, 339 - City, Frontier, & Empire in American Literature
   •  ENG 378, 379 - The Death of the Sun
   •  ENG 391, 392 - Decadence: The Literature of the 1890s
   •  ENG 397, 398 - Gender, Sensation, & the Novel

Twentieth and Twenty-First Century

Note:  All 300-level courses require the prerequisite of a 200-level ENG course.

   •  ENG 263, 264 - Postwar British Theatre & Film
   •  ENG 293 - Living Writers
   •  ENG 340, 341 - European Novel in Translation
   •  ENG 343, 344 - Irish Literature
   •  ENG 345, 346 - Contemporary Irish Drama
   •  ENG 347, 348 - Modern British Fiction
   •  ENG 349, 350 - Modern American Fiction
   •  ENG 352, 353 - Modern Poetry I: 1889-1945
   •  ENG 354, 355 - Modern Poetry II: 1945-2000
   •  ENG 365, 366 - Contemporary Poetry
   •  ENG 373, 374 - The Literary Marketplace
   •  ENG 375 - Postcolonial Literature
   •  ENG 395, 396 - Literature & Film of the Cold War

Tutorials and Seminars

Admission to these courses requires prior arrangement, instructor permission, or advanced class standing.

   •  ENG 297, 298 - Writing Theory
   •  ENG 400-449 - CUE: Seminar in English
   •  ENG 970 - English Independent Study/Research

Introductory Writing Courses

   •  ENG 205 - Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing
   •  ENG 207 - Introduction to Playwriting
   •  ENG 221 - Introduction to Poetry Writing
   •  ENG 226 - Introduction to Screenwriting
   •  ENG 227 - Introduction to Fiction Writing

Advanced Writing Courses

   •  ENG 303 - Advanced Creative Nonfiction Workshop
   •  ENG 305 - Advanced Fiction Workshop
   •  ENG 307 - Advanced Playwriting Workshop
   •  ENG 309 - Advanced Poetry Workshop
   •  ENG 364 - Advanced Screenwriting Workshop
   •  ENG 370 - Living Writers Workshop
   •  ENG 960 - Internship in Writing
   •  ENG 975 - Writing in the Prisons

Environmental Science

   •  ESC 111 - Topics in Environmental Science
   •  ESC 113 - Environmental Science I
   •  ESC 114 - Environmental Science II
   •  ESC 201 - Environmental Geology
   •  ESC 310 - CUE: Environmental Chemistry
   •  ESC 312 - CUE: Toxicology
   •  ESC 960 - Environmental Science Internship
   •  ESC 970 - Environmental Science Independent Study/Research

Finance

   •  FIN 105 - Family Finance I
   •  FIN 106 - Family Finance II
   •  FIN 144 - Introduction to Portfolio Management (The Investment Society)
   •  FIN 237 - Corporation Finance
   •  FIN 241 - Current Topics in Financial Markets: Investment Strategies
   •  FIN 311 - Mathematics for Financial Analysis
   •  FIN 330 - Money, Banking, & Financial Markets
   •  FIN 344 - Investments & Portfolios
   •  FIN 365 - Mergers & Acquisitions
   •  FIN 367 - Derivative Markets
   •  FIN 490 - CUE: Advanced Topics in Financial Management
   •  FIN 960 - Finance Internship
   •  FIN 970 - Finance Independent Study/Research

Film Studies

   •  FLM 201 - Film History I: 1895-1950
   •  FLM 202, 204 - Film History II: 1950-Present
   •  FLM 225 - The Western Film
   •  FLM 227 - Melodrama
   •  FLM 229 - Travel & Cultural Encounters in Film
   •  FLM 250 - Contemporary World Cinema
   •  FLM 325 - French New Wave Cinema
   •  FLM 328 - Australian Cinema
   •  FLM 330 - New Asian Cinemas
   •  FLM 332 - Film Cultures of North Africa & the Middle East
   •  FLM 334 - Bollywood: Indian Popular Cinema
   •  FLM 336 - African American Cinema
   •  FLM 348 - Cinema's Altered States
   •  FLM 349 - Film Reviewing
   •  FLM 354 - Film Noir
   •  FLM 360 - Major Filmmakers
   •  FLM 450 - CUE: Film Studies Seminar
   •  FLM 970 - Film Studies Independent Study/Research

French

   •  FRN 101 - Elementary French I
   •  FRN 102 - Elementary French II
   •  FRN 203 - Intermediate French I
   •  FRN 204 - Intermediate French II
   •  FRN 301 - Communication & Cultural Understanding
   •  FRN 304 - Approaches to Textual Analysis
   •  FRN 310 - French for the Professions
   •  FRN 313 - French Theatre of Resistance
   •  FRN 330 - Introduction to Francophone Studies
   •  FRN 333 - France & Asia
   •  FRN 335 - The Francophone Arab World
   •  FRN 337 - The French Revolutionary Spirit
   •  FRN 341 - French & Francophone Cinema
 

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