Catalog 2021-2022

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LIT 425 Seminar

A capstone course focused on a defined area of literary study, such as a major author, literary movement or genre. Content varies depending on instructor. Especially recommended for students going on to professional or graduate school.

Credit Hours: 4
(A) (HFA) (W)

Prerequisites

AWR 101, AWR 201, one literature course; or permission of the instructor.

LIT 490 Literature Thesis

Students will produce advanced, research-based writing in a field of literary studies.
Credit Hours: 4
(HFA)

Prerequisites

AWR 101, AWR 201, and ENG 305

LIT 430 Literary Criticism

A study of significant contemporary literary theories. Selected approaches to literary texts may include formalist, Freudian, reader response, poststructural, cultural and new historicist criticism.

Credit Hours: 4
(A) (HFA) (W)

Prerequisites

AWR 101, AWR 201, one literature course; or permission of the instructor.

LIT 450 Topics in Literature

Deals with different subjects each time course is offered and may be repeated for credit.

Credit Hours: 1-4
(HFA)

Prerequisites

AWR 101, AWR 201, one literature course; or permission of the instructor.

LIT 495 Directed Reading

A program of directed readings and related writing assignments agreed upon by individual students and professors. May be repeated if content varies.
Credit Hours: 1-4
(HFA)

Prerequisites

AWR 101, AWR 201, one literature course; or permission of the instructor.