Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog 2013-1014: Lincoln College

English

ENG 100: Writing Fundamentals

Credits: 3:0:3
English 100 is intended to strengthen students’ critical reading and writing skills and further prepare them for college writing.

ENG 101: English Composition I (C1 900)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course focuses on the study and practice of expository writing with emphasis on the development of effective written communication. It is supported by individual and group tutoring programs offered through the Academic Success Center.
Prerequisite: Placement score or ENG 100 with a grade of C or better.

ENG 102: English Composition II (C1 901R)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a continuation of English 101 through the writing of themes and experimentation in a variety of written forms. The emphasis is on critical reading as well as writing and on the applied principles of research.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 with a grade of C or better.

ENG 105: Introduction to Literature (H3 900)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a study of the fictional, poetic, and dramatic genres of literature. The attention of the course will be to selected readings from various eras and nations.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

ENG 106: Non-Western World Literature (H3 908N)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a study of selected texts and forms of literary art by authors from such places as the South Pacific, the Orient, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or current enrollment

ENG 109: Women In Literature (H3 911D)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course examines literature from the cultural positions of women in the world, emphasizing ethnic and class diversity of women as writers and subjects for literature as well as examining the entrance of women into literature as a vocation. The course will examine representative selections of British, American, and world literature written by women from the nineteenth century until modern day.

ENG 130: Introduction to Mass Communications (MC 911)

Credits: 3:0:3
In addition to studying the process, theory, and models of mass communication, the course covers the histories and structures of the print media (newspapers, magazines, books) and the electronic media (radio, recording, motion pictures, television) as well as the interdependence among the various media. Special emphasis will be placed on mass media economics and the social effects of mass communication.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

ENG 137: Introduction to Fiction

Credits: 3:0:3
This course focuses on reading and analysis of short stories and novels from a variety of periods. Focus will also be placed on different approaches to determining literacy meaning, form, and value.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

ENG 200: Creative Writing

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is designed for practice and experimentation in writing imaginative literature, especially poetry and short fiction. The course includes critical analysis of professional and student writing and experience in manuscript preparation and submission.

ENG 201: American Literature I (H3 914)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a survey of American literature from colonial days to 1860 with emphasis on major authors and works
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

ENG 202: American Literature II (H3 915)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a survey of American literature from the Civil War to the present with emphasis on major authors and works.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

ENG 203: Introduction to Technical Writing

Credits: 3:0:3
This course concerns various types of writing, such as correspondence, memos, reports, instructions, proposals, visual data, resumes, and a longer text. Editing manuscripts is a component of the course
Prerequisite: ENG 101 and/or ENG 102

ENG 207: British Literature I (H3 912)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a survey of British Literature of the Middle Ages, the Early Modern, the Restoration and the Eighteenth Century. This course introduces literary forms and theories as well as the political and social issues to provide context to the literature. The readings include poetry, essays, drama, short fiction, and novels
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

ENG 208: British Literature II (H3 913)

Credits: 3:0:3
This course is a survey of the Romantic, Victorian, Modernist and Contemporary periods. This course introduces literary forms and theories as well as the political and social issues to provide context to the literature. The readings include poetry, essays, drama, short fiction, and novels.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment

ENG 212: Modern Drama

Credits: 3:0:3
This course focuses on the study of representative dramatic literature of the world from the time of Ibsen to the present and the forces that have influenced modern drama and theatre.