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Class schedule for English - Spring 2018
Term Registration Code: 2182
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Register for classes with multiple components (e.g., LEC and LAB or DIS and ACT) using the Class Nbr for your preferred "E" (enrollment) section. You will either be prompted to add a corequisite "N" (non-enrollment) section, indicated by an *, or you will automatically be enrolled in the corequisite "N" section, indicated by the Auto Enrl number, depending on how the course is set up.
Class TypeAuto EnrlReg NumSubjCat NumSectCompStatusTitleUnitsInstructorSeats AvailTot EnrlDaysTimeBldg
Room
FeeGE
E 3457 ENGL 030 01 ACT Open Writing Workshop 1 Fosen,Christian J 3 157 TBA
 Corequisite: Engl 130I.
Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3433 ENGL 030E 01 ACT Open Writing Workshop - ESL 1 Fosen,Christian J 10 15 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Corequisite: ENGL 130E. This section is reserved for non-native speakers of English. Please call Sharon DeMeyer, 898-5488, for assistance with registration.
Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3432 ENGL 130EI 01 DIS Open Academic Writing - ESL 3 Clowser,Janet L 10 15 TR 1230PM
145PM
ARTS 206B
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Corequisite: Engl 030E. This section is reserved for non-native speakers of English. Please call Sharon DeMeyer, 898-5488, for assistance with registration. Prerequisite: EFLN 170 with a C- or better.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3388 ENGL 130I 01 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 15 15 MWF 0800AM
0850AM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3390 ENGL 130I 02 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3395 ENGL 130I 03 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3386 ENGL 130I 04 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 1200PM
1250PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3394 ENGL 130I 05 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 100PM
150PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3393 ENGL 130I 06 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 King,Kelsey M 0 30 MWF 200PM
250PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3385 ENGL 130I 07 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 17 13 MWF 300PM
350PM
ARTS 105
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3391 ENGL 130I 08 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Farrell,Brenton M 0 30 MW 400PM
515PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3387 ENGL 130I 09 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Wallace,Ginamarie R 8 22 MW 530PM
645PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3392 ENGL 130I 10 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Liebenberg,Ibe J 21 9 MW 0800AM
0915AM
GLNN 102
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5237 ENGL 130I 11 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 McLaughlin,Melanie F 0 30 TR 1230PM
145PM
BUTE 219
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3426 ENGL 130I 12 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Clowser,Janet L 4 26 TR 0800AM
0915AM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3396 ENGL 130I 13 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Clowser,Janet L 0 30 TR 0930AM
1045AM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3389 ENGL 130I 14 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 1 29 TR 1100AM
1215PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3475 ENGL 130I 15 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 0 30 TR 1230PM
145PM
PLMS 312
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3459 ENGL 130I 16 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 0 30 TR 330PM
445PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3490 ENGL 130I 17 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Murphy,Athena R 0 30 TR 500PM
615PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3491 ENGL 130I 18 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Murphy,Athena R 11 19 TR 630PM
745PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5238 ENGL 130I 19 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Wilcox,Catherine A 0 30 TR 1230PM
145PM
OCNL 239
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5239 ENGL 130I 20 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Farrell,Brenton M 0 30 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
GLNN 123
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5240 ENGL 130I 21 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Fosen,Christian J 16 14 MW 400PM
515PM
GLNN 223
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5241 ENGL 130I 22 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Farrell,Brenton M 0 30 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
GLNN 123
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5242 ENGL 130I 23 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Moore,Anna B 4 26 MWF 1200PM
1250PM
ARTS 306A
 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3425 ENGL 130I 40 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 King,Kelsey M 0 30 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisites: MCGS 155-40,41 or 42 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 Additional Instructor: King,Kelsey M MWF 1100AM
1150AM
ARTS 206B
 
E 3489 ENGL 130I 41 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 Bogan,Geoffrey M 0 30 TR 200PM
315PM
ARTS 206B
 Corequisites: MCGS 155-40,41 or 42 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 Additional Instructor: Bogan,Geoffrey M TR 200PM
315PM
ARTS 206B
 
E 3397 ENGL 130I 42 DIS Full Academic Writing 3 DeLacy,Brittany M 0 30 TR 0930AM
1045AM
ARTS 306A
 Corequisites: MCGS 155-40,41 or 42 Corequisite: ENGL 030 for students whose EPT score requires taking the Writing Workshop.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 Additional Instructor: DeLacy,Brittany M TR 0930AM
1045AM
ARTS 306A
 
E 3478 ENGL 130I 50 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Farrell,Brenton M 92 8 TR 500PM
615PM
THMA 116
 Corequisite: UNIV 105-50. This U-Course allows you to earn credit for your required writing and General Education E requirements through a non-traditional, project-based approach.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5395 ENGL 130I 51 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Traver,John C 30 70 MW 230PM
345PM
THMA 116
 Corequisite: RELS 180-51. This U-Course allows you to earn credit for your required writing and General Education Humanities C2 requirements through a non-traditional, project-based approach.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
N ENGL 130PI 40 DIS Open Academic Writing 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 14 76 MW 300PM
350PM
ARTS 111
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41,42, or 43
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3465 ENGL 130PI 41 ACT Full Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 10 R 300PM
450PM
AJH 112
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41,42, or 43
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3466 ENGL 130PI 42 ACT Full Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 10 R 200PM
350PM
THMA 117
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41,42, or 43
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3467 ENGL 130PI 43 ACT Open Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 2 8 R 400PM
550PM
THMA 117
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41,42, or 43
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3468 ENGL 130PI 44 ACT Full Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 10 R 330PM
520PM
AJH 125A
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41,42, or 43
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3469 ENGL 130PI 45 ACT Open Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 6 4 F 0900AM
1050AM
MODC 116
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41,42, or 43
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3470 ENGL 130PI 46 ACT Full Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 10 F 0900AM
1050AM
YOLO 146
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41,42, or 43
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3471 ENGL 130PI 47 ACT Open Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 1 9 F 1100AM
1250PM
OCNL 121
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41 or 42
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3472 ENGL 130PI 48 ACT Open Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 3 7 R 330PM
520PM
BUTE 221
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41 or 42
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 40 3473 ENGL 130PI 49 ACT Open Academic Writing Jaxon,Kimberly D 2 8 F 1100AM
1250PM
MODC 116
 This class is part of Course Link group EOP 1. You must be a freshman to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite class MCGS 155 40,41 or 42
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Written Communication (A2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3444 ENGL 203 01 LEC Open Shakespeare in Film 3 Kelly,Erin K 25 24 W 400PM
650PM
HOLT 350
 In English 203, we will engage with a range of film adaptations of Shakespeare's work, exploring what Shakespeare has meant for different cultures and in different time periods. We¿ll watch classics like Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood and compare them to new films like the 2015 Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. The class includes tragedies, history plays, and comedies like Much Ado About Nothing. In order to aid our discussions, students will read the texts of Shakespeare's plays as well as shorter readings on film theory and terminology. We will think about how his texts work on the page, on the stage, and on the screen. Classes will be a mixture of lectures, discussions, and film viewings.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Arts (C1)
 
E 02 3398 ENGL 220I 01 DIS Open Beginning Creative Writing 4 Clark,Jeanne E 5 22 TR 330PM
445PM
ARTS 306A
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
N ENGL 220I 02 ACT Open Beginning Creative Writing Clark,Jeanne E 5 22 W 1100AM
1250PM
THMA 210
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 04 3400 ENGL 220I 03 DIS Full Beginning Creative Writing 4 0 27 TR 200PM
315PM
ARTS 306A
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
N ENGL 220I 04 ACT Full Beginning Creative Writing 0 27 T 330PM
520PM
BUTE 103
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 06 3402 ENGL 220I 05 DIS Open Beginning Creative Writing 4 4 23 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
ARTS 306A
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
N ENGL 220I 06 ACT Open Beginning Creative Writing 4 23 W 200PM
350PM
BUTE 309
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 08 3460 ENGL 220I 07 DIS Open Beginning Creative Writing 4 14 13 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
ARTS 306A
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
N ENGL 220I 08 ACT Open Beginning Creative Writing 14 13 M 200PM
350PM
ARTS 106
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3404 ENGL 240 01 LEC Open Literature for Life 3 29 6 TR 200PM
315PM
BUTE 221
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Learning for Life (E)
 
E 3455 ENGL 252 01 LEC Open American Indian Literature 3 23 2 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 329
 This class is also offered as: AIST 252-01
Sustainability Class
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3481 ENGL 258I 01 LEC Open World Literature - WI 3 Burton,Robert S 10 20 TR 330PM
445PM
BUTE 225
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • Global Cultures Course
 
E 5287 ENGL 260I 01 LEC Open Great Books - WI 3 Traver,John C 12 18 MWF 1200PM
1250PM
BUTE 225
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 5288 ENGL 261I 01 LEC Open Women Writers - WI 3 Kelly,Erin K 17 13 TR 0930AM
1045AM
MODC 118
 Can you guess who the killer is before you get to the end of the book?!? Spend a semester testing your sleuthing skills as we read crime fiction written by women from around the world. We'll read classics like Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express alongside more recent work from Australia, Argentina, Sweden, Ireland, and the United States. In addition to analyzing how these authors craft their mysteries, we'll consider how they engage with larger historical, cultural, and social issues and how gender (of the writer, detective, victim, criminal) factors into it all. We'll also watch movie and television adaptations of some of the work to add to our discussions and try our hand at coming up with a mystery of our own.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
 
E 3494 ENGL 264I 01 LEC Open Amer Eth/Reg Writers - WI 3 Zhang,Aiping 12 18 TR 0930AM
1045AM
GLNN 327
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Humanities (C2)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3412 ENGL 276 01 LEC Open Survey of Early British Lit 3 Sparks,Corey T 3 32 TR 0930AM
1045AM
BUTE 109
 
E 3428 ENGL 278 01 LEC Open Survey of Early American Lit 3 Brown,Matthew D 11 24 MWF 100PM
150PM
ARTS 106
 
E 3504 ENGL 303 01 LEC Open Survey of American Film 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 21 19 M 300PM
550PM
HOLT 266
 American Film and the Creation of Whiteness. This course will examine how major Hollywood films have often engaged in the consistent production and reproduction of whiteness and explored the boundaries of race. The final unit in class will be devoted to contemporary films that depicts an oppositional gaze. Readings will consist chiefly of film history and secondary criticism, and students will be expected to learn, practice, and hone filmic close reading strategies.
 
N ENGL 320 01 DIS Open Poetry Writing 4 Clark,Jeanne E 2 23 TR 1100AM
1215PM
ARTS 306A
 The aim of this course is to make you a better writer of poetry by making you a better reader of poetry. Reading poetry--and writing it--is a matter of paying attention, of being alive to the possibilities of language, of learning to appreciate craft, and allowing the poem to be what it wants to be, and all it can be, in combining and reacting with the speaker's sensibility. You will read poems by both established and up-and-coming poets, representing a wide constellation of voices, approaches, and subjects.
 
E 01 3450 ENGL 320 02 ACT Open Poetry Writing Clark,Jeanne E 2 23 W 200PM
350PM
ARTS 306A
 
E 02 3407 ENGL 321 01 DIS Open Fiction Writing 4 Davidson,Robert G 15 10 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
ARTS 306A
 
N ENGL 321 02 ACT Open Fiction Writing Davidson,Robert G 15 10 M 400PM
550PM
ARTS 306A
 
N ENGL 327 01 DIS Open Creative Nonfiction 4 Pape,Sarah K 3 22 TR 1230PM
145PM
YOLO 146
 
E 01 3448 ENGL 327 02 ACT Open Creative Nonfiction Pape,Sarah K 3 22 R 330PM
520PM
PAC 116
 
E 3442 ENGL 332 01 LEC Open Intro to Literacy Studies 3 Leon,Kendall M 2 23 TR 1230PM
145PM
MLIB 442
 An introduction to the study of public and scholarly literacy, and its applications in economic systems, schooling, religion, and technology. Required of English majors by the end of the junior year in preparation for upper-division work in English. Students will conduct primary research on their own literacies, conduct interviews and perform observations of community literacies.
 
E 3405 ENGL 333 01 DIS Full Adv. Comp. for Future Teachers 3 Pape,Sarah K 0 35 TR 1100AM
1215PM
LANG 303
 Prerequisite: Completion of GE Written Communication (A2) requirement.
 
E 3406 ENGL 333 02 DIS Full Adv. Comp. for Future Teachers 3 Kittle,Peter D 0 35 TR 1230PM
145PM
ARTS 106
 Prerequisite: Completion of GE Written Communication (A2) requirement.
 
E 3441 ENGL 333 72 DIS Open Adv. Comp. for Future Teachers 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 10 25 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 warning Entirely internet based.
This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3430 ENGL 335 01 DIS Open Rhetoric and Writing 3 Leon,Kendall M 10 20 TR 1100AM
1215PM
MLIB 442
 Prerequisite: Completion of GE Written Communication (A2) requirement.
 Additional Instructor: Leon,Kendall M TR 1100AM
1215PM
MLIB 442
 
E 3462 ENGL 335 02 DIS Open Rhetoric and Writing 3 Leon,Kendall M 25 5 TR 0930AM
1045AM
MLIB 442
 Prerequisite: Completion of GE Written Communication (A2) requirement.
 Additional Instructor: Leon,Kendall M TR 0930AM
1045AM
MLIB 442
 
E 3456 ENGL 338Z 01 LEC Open Environmental Rhetoric - Cap 3 Sparks,Laura A 10 20 MW 0900AM
0950AM
ARTS 105
 warning Required internet use - access required.
Through a variety of readings, documentary films, discussions, lectures and writing activities, students will learn about current arguments about the environment and, specifically, contemporary discourse on global climate change, sustainability, environmental activism, and social movements.
Sustainability Class
Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 4935 ENGL 338Z 02 LEC Open Environmental Rhetoric - Cap 3 Sparks,Laura A 8 22 MW 1100AM
1150AM
PAC 206
 warning Required internet use - access required.
Through a variety of readings, documentary films, discussions, lectures and writing activities, students will learn about current arguments about the environment and, specifically, contemporary discourse on global climate change, sustainability, environmental activism, and social movements.
Sustainability Class
Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 5262 ENGL 338Z 03 LEC Open Environmental Rhetoric - Cap 3 Enriquez-Loya,Ayde 8 22 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 219
 Environmental justice is mistakenly considered to be limited to issues regarding climate and nature, in general, with little regard to the impact it has on humanity. Furthermore, in the search for environmental justice, epistemologies and the relationships of various groups with the environment are too often ignored further jeopardizing our continued shared existence on this planet. This course will interrogate definitions of the environment, rhetoric, and social justice. This course will also examine the wide breadth of inequalities in environmental conditions as a result of race/ethnicity, language, gender/sexuality, ableism, and economic class. Projects will include various formal and informal presentations, group projects, and public writing and technical writing projects such as Feasibility and Recommendations Reports.
Sustainability Class
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 4945 ENGL 340 01 LEC Open Approaches to Literary Genres 3 Burton,Robert S 8 27 TR 0930AM
1045AM
BUTE 325
 
E 3451 ENGL 341 01 LEC Full Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Moore,Anna B 0 25 M 1100AM
1150AM
MLIB 442
 warning Required internet use - access required.
Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3502 ENGL 341 02 LEC Full Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Moore,Anna B 0 25 W 1100AM
1150AM
MLIB 442
 warning Required internet use - access required.
Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3427 ENGL 341 72 LEC Open Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Moore,Anna B 2 23 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 warning Entirely internet based.
This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.
Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3482 ENGL 342Z 01 LEC Open Literature of the Child - Cap 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 8 22 TR 200PM
315PM
PAC 210
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 3495 ENGL 342Z 02 LEC Open Literature of the Child - Cap 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 8 22 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
PHSC 109
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 5247 ENGL 342Z 03 LEC Open Literature of the Child - Cap 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 8 22 TR 1230PM
145PM
BUTE 104
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 5251 ENGL 342Z 04 LEC Open Literature of the Child - Cap 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 8 22 MWF 1200PM
1250PM
ARTS 105
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 5570 ENGL 342Z 05 LEC Open Literature of the Child - Cap 3 8 22 TR 1230PM
145PM
PAC 206
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • GE Capstone
 
E 3483 ENGL 350I 01 LEC Open Science, Technology & Lit - WI 3 Brown,Matthew D 8 22 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 223
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3496 ENGL 350I 02 LEC Open Science, Technology & Lit - WI 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 8 22 TR 1230PM
145PM
BUTE 325
 Indigeneity in Contemporary Science Fiction. This course examines narratives that depict an evolving sense of indigenous people in mid-20th century and contemporary science fiction. We will consider anxieties about race, class, gender, technology, and the environment, and a major theme linking all these texts is the violence associated with colonialism and neocolonialism.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 5258 ENGL 350I 03 LEC Open Science, Technology & Lit - WI 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 8 22 TR 200PM
315PM
THMA 210
 Indigeneity in Contemporary Science Fiction. This course examines narratives that depict an evolving sense of indigenous people in mid-20th century and contemporary science fiction. We will consider anxieties about race, class, gender, technology, and the environment, and a major theme linking all these texts is the violence associated with colonialism and neocolonialism.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 5263 ENGL 350I 04 LEC Open Science, Technology & Lit - WI 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 8 22 MW 400PM
515PM
ARTS 111
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3411 ENGL 353 01 LEC Open Multicultural Literature 3 Burton,Robert S 29 11 TR 1230PM
145PM
HOLT 113
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3484 ENGL 354 01 LEC Open Classical Literature 3 Traver,John C 11 29 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 221
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3454 ENGL 356 01 LEC Open Lit, Politics, and Activism 3 Sparks,Corey T 9 31 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 109
 Slacktivism & Literature. Care about animals? Click a link. Have a favorite political candidate? Hashtag them. Support a particular cultural group? Change your Facebook profile picture. In our digital world it is easier than ever to show support for causes traditionally associated with energetic advocacy. Some critics read these behaviors as the laziness and disengagement of younger generations. Others note the ways "slacktivism" or "clicktivism" is associated with heightened civic participation. This course seeks to think about the conjunctions and disjunctions of slacker activism, including discussions of online identities, of politically engaged literary texts, and of the problems and possibilities posed for activism in a digital world.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3453 ENGL 364I 01 LEC Open American Ethnic & Reg Lit - WI 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 8 22 MW 530PM
645PM
ARTS 111
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3497 ENGL 364I 02 LEC Open American Ethnic & Reg Lit - WI 3 Enriquez-Loya,Ayde 8 22 TR 200PM
315PM
ARTS 105
 BRUJAS Y SANTAS: DISRUPTING & DECOLONIZING CHICANX LITERATURE. This course interrogates the restricted roles Chicanas have been forced into as either Brujas or Santas (Witches or Saints) as made evident through history, legends/folklore, politics, and popular culture. Such restrictions are detrimental to the construction of gender and sexuality while perpetuating Chicanas subjugation. This course examines various Chicanx novels, poetry, and short stories to come to an understanding about Mexican & Mexican American culture, Chicanx people, and their Indigenous heritage, languages, and spiritualities. Furthermore, this course argues for a disruption of linear and limited constructs of culture in order to initiate a decolonial approach to Chicanx Literature. This course will include Nahuatl language instruction that will utilize performative and embodied teaching strategies to challenge binaries between mind and body and interrogate academia's tendency to marginalize Chicanx epistemologies.
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
  • GE Writing Intensive
  • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3409 ENGL 371 01 LEC Open Principles of Language 3 Thurgood,Elzbieta A 19 16 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
PAC 116
 
E 3410 ENGL 375 01 LEC Open Introduction to Engl Grammar 3 Trechter,Sara A 9 26 T 330PM
420PM
AGYM 205
 warning Required internet use - access required.
Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
N ENGL 415 01 DIS Open Editing Literary Magazines 4 Pape,Sarah K 14 11 TR 200PM
315PM
OCNL 237
 
E 01 3477 ENGL 415 02 ACT Open Editing Literary Magazines Pape,Sarah K 14 11 T 330PM
520PM
OCNL 237
 Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 02 3417 ENGL 420 01 DIS Open Advanced Poetry Writing 4 Clark,Jeanne E 17 8 TR 1230PM
145PM
ARTS 306A
 In this course, you will write new drafts of poems, poems of your own wild imaginings. You will workshop these poems within a community of fellow writers. You will read brand-new, hot-off-the-press poems by both established & up-&-coming poets, representing a wide constellation of voices, approaches, & subjects. You will consider in depth the following craft issues: voice & tone, structure & form, titles, deep revision, & preparing manuscripts for publication. We will also consider ways for you to support your own writing life, strategies of self-support as well as ways to build community support. You will need to consider ways of developing muscle & grit to sustain your writing practice & to take care of your work.
 
N ENGL 420 02 ACT Open Advanced Poetry Writing Clark,Jeanne E 17 8 W 400PM
550PM
ARTS 306A
 
E 02 3419 ENGL 421 01 DIS Open Advanced Fict & Nonfict Wrtng 4 Davidson,Robert G 13 12 MWF 100PM
150PM
ARTS 306A
 
N ENGL 421 02 ACT Open Advanced Fict & Nonfict Wrtng Davidson,Robert G 13 12 M 200PM
350PM
ARTS 306A
 
E 02 3421 ENGL 431 01 SEM Open Theory/Practice in Tutor Comp 4 Fosen,Christian J 5 22 MW 530PM
645PM
ARTS 105
 English 431 is a course that prepares students to become paid writing mentors and workshop leaders in a variety of writing programs at Chico State. The course offers direct teaching experience, a chance to think about current issues and theories in the teaching of writing, and opportunities for employment later on. Upon completion of the course, the English 30 program, Student Learning Center, and ESL Resource Center all recruit writing mentors and tutors from our ENGL 431 students.
 
N ENGL 431 02 LAB Open Theory/Practice in Tutor Comp Fosen,Christian J 5 22 TBA
 Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3416 ENGL 441 01 LEC Full Shakespeare 3 Kelly,Erin K 0 30 TR 200PM
315PM
MLIB 442
 Prerequisite: Completion of GE Written Communication (A2) requirement.
 Additional Instructor: Kelly,Erin K TR 200PM
315PM
MLIB 442
 
E 5290 ENGL 462 01 SEM Open Study in Major Amer Authors 3 Brown,Matthew D 11 24 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
BUTE 221
 
E 3384 ENGL 464 01 SEM Open Modern World Lit 3 Burton,Robert S 11 24 W 200PM
450PM
BUTE 103
 
This class meets the following General Education requirements:
  • Global Cultures Course
 
E 3429 ENGL 470 01 SEM Open Second Language Acquisition 3 Thurgood,Elzbieta A 8 22 MWF 100PM
150PM
GLNN 312
 Prerequisite: ENGL 371 (formerly ENGL 121).
 
E 3431 ENGL 471 01 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Thurgood,Elzbieta A 6 24 MWF 1200PM
1250PM
GLNN 312
 Students who have passed Engl 371 or Engl 470 cannot take Engl 471.
 
E 3443 ENGL 471 02 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 11 19 TR 330PM
445PM
ARTS 105
 Students who have passed Engl 371 or Engl 470 cannot take Engl 471
 
E 3445 ENGL 471 03 LEC Full Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 0 11 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 225
 This class is also offered as: ENGL 471-40
Students who have passed Engl 371 or Engl 470 cannot take Engl 471
 
E 3446 ENGL 471 04 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 3 27 TR 0930AM
1045AM
BUTE 225
 Students who have passed Engl 371 or Engl 470 cannot take Engl 471
 
E 3479 ENGL 471 05 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 10 20 TR 1230PM
145PM
BUTE 225
 Students who have passed Engl 371 or Engl 470 cannot take Engl 471
 
E 5259 ENGL 471 06 LEC Full Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Trechter,Sara A 0 30 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 warning Entirely internet based.
Students who have passed Engl 371 or Engl 470 cannot take Engl 471
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3488 ENGL 471 40 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 16 3 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 225
 This class is also offered as: ENGL 471-03
Students who have passed Engl 371 or Engl 470 cannot take Engl 471. This class is part of Course Link group ITEC J1. You must be a junior to enroll and must also enroll in corequisite classes SPED 561-40-40 and SPED 580-40.
 
E 3505 ENGL 471 72 LEC Full Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Wright,Saundra K 0 30 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 warning Entirely internet based.
This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.
Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 Additional Instructor: Wright,Saundra K TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
E 3487 ENGL 474 01 SEM Open Syntactic/Morpholog Analysis 3 Wright,Saundra K 8 22 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
BUTE 225
 Prerequisite: ENGL 371.
 
E 3480 ENGL 475 01 LEC Open History of the English Lang 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 23 7 TR 330PM
445PM
PLMS 312
 This course is to provide you with an understanding of how and why language changes across time by focusing on the history of one language: English. The course provides a survey of the linguistic and cultural history of the English language around the world, form its origins in Proto- Indo-European to the present day. We will pay special attention to the factors that give rise to language variation and change. Class time will divide between lecture, discussion, and hands-on investigation of linguistic data.
 
E 3492 ENGL 476 01 SEM Open Phonological Analysis 3 Thurgood,Elzbieta A 11 19 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
PAC 116
 Prerequisite: ENGL 371. This class requires additional time in the phonology lab. Please contact Ela Thurgood for details.
 
E 3434 ENGL 489 01 SUP Open Internship in English 3 Pape,Sarah K 1 0 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 5675 ENGL 489 02 SUP Full Internship in English 2 Pape,Sarah K 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 6 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3435 ENGL 499 01 SUP Open Special Problems 1 1 0 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3423 ENGL 534 01 SEM Full Literature/Lang/Composition 3 Kittle,Peter D 0 26 R 500PM
750PM
ARTS 111
 This is the capstone class for English Education majors. Only English Ed majors graduating in Spring 2018 or Fall 2018 should take the class.
 
E 3436 ENGL 599H 01 SUP Full Honors Senior Thesis 3 Leon,Kendall M 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3452 ENGL 634 01 SEM Open Teaching Composition 3 Sparks,Laura A 2 13 M 200PM
450PM
PAC 116
 
E 4937 ENGL 635 01 LEC Open Rhetorical Theory and History 3 Enriquez-Loya,Ayde 3 12 T 500PM
750PM
ARTS 306A
 A CHICANX RHETORIC: DECOLONIAL PRACTICES & ACTS OF RESISTANCE. This course will interrogate and challenge the traditional canon of rhetorical thought and call for alliances with American Indian rhetorics. Students will begin by tracing the emergence of a distinct Chicanx thought from Nahuatl philosophy, to poetic & rhetorical traditions, and then to constructions of border theory.
 
E 5260 ENGL 641 01 SEM Open British Medieval Literature 3 Sparks,Corey T 7 8 R 500PM
750PM
ARTS 306A
 To write or think about the past is not to leave the present behind. In this course, specifically, we will think about the ways that imagining the Middle Ages reflects¿sometimes explicitly sometimes implicitly¿contemporary artistic, scientific, and political concerns. To do this we will consider several evocative objects as markers for making the Middle Ages: the manuscript, the sword, the reliquary, the astrolabe, the map, and the ship. We will study these objects as they appear in a variety of medieval texts as well as in and of themselves as material objects.
 
E 4949 ENGL 653 01 SEM Open Amer Literature: 1920-Present 3 Butts,Tracy R 3 13 W 500PM
750PM
ARTS 112
 
E 3439 ENGL 689T 01 SUP Full Internship in Teaching College 3 Traver,John C 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 5497 ENGL 689T 02 SUP Full Internship in Teaching College 3 Burton,Robert S 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 5536 ENGL 689T 03 SUP Full Internship in Teaching College 3 Brown,Matthew D 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 5552 ENGL 689T 04 SUP Full Internship in Teaching College 3 Kelly,Erin K 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3437 ENGL 697 01 SUP Full Independent Study 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 5496 ENGL 697 02 SUP Full Independent Study 3 Kelly,Erin K 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3440 ENGL 699P 01 SUP Full Master's Project 3 Clark,Jeanne E 0 2 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3438 ENGL 699T 01 SUP Full Master's Thesis 3 Fosen,Christian J 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 5678 ENGL 699T 02 SUP Full Master's Thesis 3 Leon,Kendall M 0 1 TBA
 Permission required to register. Contact the Dept. regarding procedures.
Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
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