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    College of Charleston
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog (As of 10-03-17)

Course Descriptions


 

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

   •  EDEE 368 Teaching Science: Grades 2-8 (3)
   •  EDEE 370 Teaching Health & Physical Education (3)
   •  EDEE 371 Teaching Social Studies & Humanities: Pre K - Grade 3 (3)
   •  EDEE 373 Teaching Social Studies & Humanities: Grade 2-8 (3)
   •  EDEE 374 Elementary Education: Balancing Students and Curriculum (3)
   •  EDEE 375 Instructional Strategies for Emergent Literacies PK-3 (3)
   •  EDEE 378 Instructional Strategies for Teaching Reading 2-6 (3)
   •  EDEE 380 Application of Curriculum & Instruction: Pre-K - Grade 3 (3)
   •  EDEE 382 Application of Curriculum & Instruction: Grades 2-6 (3)
   •  EDEE 384 Application of Curriculum & Instruction: Grades 5-8 (3)
   •  EDEE 403 Visual and Performing Arts (3)
   •  EDEE 407 Creating Learning Environments (3)
   •  EDEE 409 Meeting Needs of Diverse Learners (3)
   •  EDEE 415 Curriculum, Instruction, and Literacy Assessment PK-3 (field experience) (3)
   •  EDEE 416 Curriculum, Instruction, and Literacy Assessment 2-6 (field experience) (3)
   •  EDEE 417 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment: Grades 5-8 (3)
   •  EDEE 455 Early Childhood Clinical Practice (12)
   •  EDEE 457 Elementary Grades Clinical Practice (12)
   •  EDEE 459 Middle Grades Clinical Practice (12)
   •  EDEE 465 Independent Study in Education (3)

English

Note: For English majors, ENGL 201, 202, and 207 are prerequisites for all courses at or above the 300 level.

   •  ENGL 110 Introduction to Academic Writing (4)
   •  ENGL 190 Introductory Special Topics (3)
   •  ENGL 191 Introduction to Jewish-American Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 201 British Literature to 1800 (3)
   •  ENGL 202 British Literature since 1800 (3)
   •  ENGL 203 Survey of European Literature I (3)
   •  ENGL 204 Survey of European Literature II (3)
   •  ENGL 207 American Literature to the Present (3)
   •  ENGL 212 The Cinema: History and Criticism (3)
   •  ENGL 215 Interdisciplinary Composition (3)
   •  ENGL 216 Introduction to African American Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 220 Poetry Writing I (3)
   •  ENGL 223 Fiction Writing I (3)
   •  ENGL 226 Survey of World Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 233 Survey of Non-Western Twentieth Century Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 234 Survey of Third-World Masterpieces (3)
   •  ENGL 290 Special Topics (3)
   •  ENGL 299 Introduction to English Studies (3)
   •  ENGL 302 Shakespeare (3)
   •  ENGL 303 Modern English Grammar (3)
   •  ENGL 304 Chaucer (3)
   •  ENGL 305 Advanced Composition (3)
   •  ENGL 306 Milton (3)
   •  ENGL 309 English Language: Grammar and History (3)
   •  ENGL 310 Theories of Teaching Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 312 History of English Language (3)
   •  ENGL 313 African American Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 314 The Sixteenth Century (3)
   •  ENGL 315 Black Women Writers (3)
   •  ENGL 317 The Seventeenth Century (3)
   •  ENGL 318 The Eighteenth Century (3)
   •  ENGL 319 Studies in Literary Theory (3)
   •  ENGL 320 Young Adult Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 321 The Romantic Period (3)
   •  ENGL 323 The Victorian Period (3)
   •  ENGL 325 Modern British Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 326 Irish Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 327 The British Novel I (3)
   •  ENGL 328 The British Novel II (3)
   •  ENGL 334 Technical Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 335 Modern Poetry (3)
   •  ENGL 336 Women Writers (3)
   •  ENGL 337 British Drama to 1642 (3)
   •  ENGL 339 Advanced Creative Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 340 Restoration and 18th Century Drama (3)
   •  ENGL 341 Literature of the American South, 1900-Present (3)
   •  ENGL 342 Literature of the American Revolution and Early Republic (3)
   •  ENGL 343 American Renaissance (3)
   •  ENGL 344 Late 19th Century American Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 345 Nineteenth-Century American Poetry (3)
   •  ENGL 346 Contemporary American Fiction (3)
   •  ENGL 347 Writing the Novel (3)
   •  ENGL 349 American Novel to 1900 (3)
   •  ENGL 350 Special Topics: Major Authors (3)
   •  ENGL 351 Studies in American Film (3)
   •  ENGL 352 Major African Writers (3)
   •  ENGL 353 African Women Writers (3)
   •  ENGL 356 American Novel, 1900-1965 (3)
   •  ENGL 357 Studies in Contemporary British Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 358 Colonial and Postcolonial British Literature (3)
   •  ENGL 359 American Poetry Since 1945 (3)
   •  ENGL 360 Special Topics: Major Literary Themes (3)
   •  ENGL 361 Special Topics: Literature in History Pre-1700 (3)
   •  ENGL 362 Special Topics: Literature in History 1700-1900 (3)
   •  ENGL 363 Special Topics: Literature in History 1900-Present (3)
   •  ENGL 364 Special Topics: Difference and Literary Tradition (3)
   •  ENGL 365 Special Topics in Cultural Studies (3)
   •  ENGL 366 Special Topics in Writing, Rhetoric, and Language (3)
   •  ENGL 367 Creative Nonfiction (3)
   •  ENGL 368 Short-Short Fiction (3)
   •  ENGL 370 Special Topics: Major Literary Genres (3)
   •  ENGL 371 Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (3)
   •  ENGL 375 Studies in Creative Writing (3)
   •  ENGL 377 Poetry Writing II (3)
   •  ENGL 378 Fiction Writing II (3)
   •  ENGL 380 The Literary Magazine, Publishing, and Editing (3)
   •  ENGL 390 Special Topics in Film (3)
   •  ENGL 395 Special Topics (3)
   •  ENGL 399 Tutorial (1-3)
   •  ENGL 402 Advanced Workshop in Poetry Writing (3)
 

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