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ENG 100 English Composition: Writing Center
One-to-one, individualized teaching to improve your writing. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit.
1 ENG 100 - Level
ENG 100X Fundamentals In English Composition - Ccc
Integrated reading/critical thinking/writing approach to basic skills needed for success in college. Extensive writing practice with emphasis on purpose, organization, and revision for clarity and correctness. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 12 units.
4 ENG 100 - Level
ENG 105 Critical Reading And Writing In The University Community
Writing skills for completing university coursework. Fulfills the liberal studies requirement for English composition. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 ENG 100 - Level Foundation Requirement SUN
ENG 107 Intensive Writing Lab
This is an individualized course providing instruction for improving proficiency in writing. This course is taken concurrently with ENG 105 in order to provide supplemental instruction. Special emphasis is placed on aspects of the composing process indicated by individual needs. By the end of the semester, students should be able to demonstrate competency in writing in the university context. Pass-fail only.
1 ENG 100 - Level
ENG 110 Rhetoric In The Media
Uses rhetoric to analyze and write about popular cultural texts such as print media, advertising and commercials, television shows, films, cyberspace, and radio. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ENG 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 121 The Story Of English
Historical and social factors affecting the development of English from Anglo-Saxon times to the present. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 100 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
ENG 130 Exploring Literature
Explores what literature enables us to discover about others and ourselves. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 130H Exploring Literature - Honors
Explores what literature enables us to discover about others and ourselves. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 199 Special Topics
Foundations of intellectual inquiry. In-depth study of a substantive problem. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 ENG 100 - Level
ENG 205 The Academic Writer's Workshop
Reading and writing skills in response to academic texts. Letter grade only.
2 ENG 200 - Level
ENG 205H The Academic Writer's Workshop - Honors
Reading and writing skills in response to academic texts. Letter grade only.
2 ENG 200 - Level
ENG 210 Principles In Rhetoric And Writing
This course offers an overview of rhetorical theory and effective written communication to meet the demands of any rhetorical situation in current text and digital communication practices. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 211 Principles In Argumentation And Digital Media Writing
This course focuses on argumentation and digital media writing to examine how the writing practices we employ influence notions of what it means to participate in community, society, and public discourse. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 211H Principles Of Written Argumentation - Honors
This course focuses on argumentation and digital media writing to examine how the writing practices we employ influence notions of what it means to participate in community, society, and public discourse. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 218 Introduction To Public And Disciplinary Writing
This course focuses on written communication strategies and genres of writing relevant to particular disciplines and public settings. Students learn to evaluate rhetorical principles to compose clear written documents, preparing them for upper-division disciplinary writing and writing for a public audience. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 220 English Grammar And Usage
Current views on American English usages. Surveys prescriptive-descriptive grammar debate in relation to norms, dialects, and cultural values. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
ENG 223 Language In The United States
Regional and social varieties of English in the United States in their social and historical contexts. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Effective Writing
ENG 230 Introduction To Literature
Interpretive concepts in literature; practice in critical reading and written response. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 230H Introduction To Literature - Honors
Interpretive concepts in literature; practice in critical reading and written response. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 231 British Literature To 1750
Major authors and movements in the literature of England from its beginnings to 1750. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 231H British Literature To 1750 - Honors
Major authors and movements in the literature of England from its beginnings to 1750. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 232 British Literature After 1750
Major authors and movements in the literature of England from 1750 to the present. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry
ENG 232H British Literature After 1750 - Honors
Major authors and movements in the literature of England from 1750 to the present. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry
ENG 242 American Literature From Colonial Times To 1865
Major authors and movements in the literature of the United States from colonial times to 1865. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 243 American Literature From 1865 To Present
Major authors and movements in the literature of the United States from 1865 to the present. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 245 U.s. Multi-ethnic Literature Survey
Surveys major authors, genres, and movements, including literature by African-American, Asian-American, Chicano/a, Latino/a, and Native American writers. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Effective Writing
ENG 245H U.s. Multi-ethnic Literature Survey - Honors
Surveys major authors, genres, and movements, including literature by African-American, Asian-American, Chicano/a, Latino/a, and Native American writers. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Effective Writing
ENG 247 Introduction To African American Literature
An examination of African American Literature with emphasis on works that reflect major historical and literary eras and cultural trends. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Effective Writing
ENG 247H Intro To African American Literature - Honors
An examination of African American Literature with emphasis on works that reflect major historical and literary eras and cultural trends. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Effective Writing
ENG 253 World Literature
Selected texts in world literature with an emphasis on problems of comparative literary and cultural study. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 261 Introduction To Women Writers
Representative novels, poetry, and plays by women writing in English studied in the context of new scholarship on women in language, literary theory, history, philosophy, and psychology. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 261H Introduction To Women Writers - Honors
Representative novels, poetry, and plays by women writing in English studied in the context of new scholarship on women in language, literary theory, history, philosophy, and psychology. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ENG 266 World Cinema: An Introduction
An introductory survey of the first one hundred years of cinema, including histories and texts from traditionally underrepresented areas such as Africa, the Middle East, Australasia, Asia, and Latin America. Cross-listed with CINE 266. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
ENG 266H World Cinema: An Introduction - Honors
An introductory survey of the first one hundred years of cinema, including histories and texts from traditionally underrepresented areas such as Africa, the Middle East, Australasia, Asia, and Latin America. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
ENG 270 Introduction To Creative Writing: Fiction
Beginning course in short-story writing that emphasizes the composition and revision of student stories. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level
ENG 271 Introduction To Creative Writing: Poetry
Beginning course in poetry writing that emphasizes the composition and revision of student poems. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level
ENG 272 Introduction To Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction
A beginning course in creative nonfiction writing that emphasizes the composition and revision of student essays. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level
ENG 299 Special Topics
In-depth study of an aspect, concept, or problem within a program of study. May be repeated for up to 6 hours of credit. Letter grade only.
1-3 ENG 200 - Level
ENG 300 Current Trends And Theories In The Teaching Of English
Current pedagogical, technological, and professional issues facing public school English teachers. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 300H Current Trends And Theories In The Teaching Of English - Honors
Current pedagogical, technological, and professional issues facing public school English teachers. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 301W Language And Literacy
Methodology course. Theoretical and practical issues concerning the integration of reading, writing, and grammar in English language pedagogy. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Recommended: ENG 300. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 302W Technical Writing
Instruction and experience in writing proposals, technical descriptions and instructions, analyses, interpretative and recommendation reports, abstracts, progress reports, business letters, technical articles, and correspondence. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 302WH Technical Writing - Honors
Instruction and experience in writing proposals, technical descriptions and instructions, analyses, interpretative and recommendation reports, abstracts, progress reports, business letters, technical articles, and correspondence. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 305W Writing In Disciplinary Communities
Assists with writing expectations and performances required in specific majors; all assignments, strategies, and theories attend to the specific genres and conventions of academic disciplines and departments. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 305WH Writing In Disciplinary Communities - Honors
Assists with writing expectations and performances required in specific majors; all assignments, strategies, and theories attend to the specific genres and conventions of academic disciplines and departments. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 308 Introduction To Linguistics
Basic concepts of descriptive linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, language acquisition, and language processing. ENG 308 is a prerequisite for all 400-level linguistics courses; concurrent enrollment acceptable. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
ENG 308H Introduction To Linguistics - Honors
Basic concepts of descriptive linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, language acquisition, and language processing. ENG 308 is a prerequisite for all 400-level linguistics courses; concurrent enrollment acceptable. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Honors student group and ENG 105 or HON 190 or English Placement Test Results (Accuplacer WR 8; PLACE 50+) or International Exchange Student Group.
3 ENG 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
ENG 310W Topics In Academic And Public Writing For Diverse Communities
This course focuses on language and literacy practices in diverse communities, with an emphasis on rhetorical principles that guide traditional and digital documents. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement and Ethnic Effective Writing
ENG 313W Topics In Literacy, Language And Diversity
Focuses on theories and practices of text and digital literacies as influenced by political, social, cultural, and historical situations. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 321 English Grammars
Overview of significant grammatical approaches to the English language. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
ENG 321H English Grammar - Honors
Overview of significant grammatical approaches to the English language. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ENG 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
ENG 327 British Fiction
Major trends and representative texts in British fiction. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 327H British Fiction - Honors
Major trends and representative texts in British fiction. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 333 Chaucer
Poetry, language, and historical setting of Chaucer. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 333H Chaucer - Honors
Poetry, language, and historical setting of Chaucer. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 335 Shakespeare
Reading and discussion of selected works of Shakespeare. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ENG 335H Shakespeare - Honors
Reading and discussion of selected works of Shakespeare. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ENG 337 Studies In Poetry
Major trends and representative texts in poetry. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different topics.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 337H Studies In Poetry - Honors
Major trends and representative texts in British poetry. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different topics.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 340 Studies In Children's Literature
The study of children's literature in historical and theoretical contexts. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to six units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 341 American Fiction
American fiction, with particular attention to nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different topics.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 341H American Fiction - Honors
American fiction, with particular attention to nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different topics.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 345 Topics In U.s. Multi-ethnic Literature
Topics include African-American, Asian-American, Chicano/a, Latino/a, and Native American literature. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Effective Writing
ENG 351 Post-colonial Literary Traditions
Readings in the literature and culture of the Third World. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Global Diversity
ENG 351H Post-colonial Literary Traditions - Honors
Readings in the literature and culture of the Third World. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Global Diversity
ENG 358 Ancient Literature
Representative forms of ancient literature with special attention to epic and tragedy. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 360W Literary Criticism
Practice in techniques of literary analysis and the production of critical commentary. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 361 Special Topics In Women Writers
Selected works from particular historical period, literary genre, or national tradition in context of new historical, cultural, and sociological research on women and current feminist linguistic, literary, and political theories. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 hours of credit with different content.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 361H Special Topics In Women Writers - Honors
Selected works from particular historical period, literary genre, or national tradition in context of new historical, cultural, and sociological research on women and current feminist linguistic, literary, and political theories. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 hours of credit with different content.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 362 Drama
Representative periods, authors, or texts of Western theatre, with special emphasis on the literary nature of drama. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ENG 364W Popular Literature
Nature, appeal, and social function of selected works of popular literature. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 364WH Popular Literature - Honors
Nature, appeal, and social function of selected works of popular literature. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 365 Contemporary Literature
Selected post-World War II literature. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 365H Contemporary Literature - Honors
Selected post-World War II literature. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 366 Film As Literature
Literary and rhetorical devices such as theme, symbolism, characterization, and structure in films from world film literature. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ENG 366H Film As Literature - Honors
Literary and rhetorical devices such as theme, symbolism, characterization, and structure in films from world film literature. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ENG 368 Studies In Speculative Literature
This course provides a study of selected works of speculative literature with close attention to historical, cultural, and political contexts. Where appropriate, attention is given to critical theory informing the production and reception of such speculative literature as science fiction, fantasy, utopia, dystopia, alternate history, fabulist fiction, magical realism, and/or horror. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 ENG 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 370W Intermediate Fiction Writing
Fiction writing in a workshop setting that focuses on the composition and revision of student stories. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 370WH Intermediate Fiction Writing - Honors
Fiction writing in a workshop setting that focuses on the composition and revision of student stories. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 371 Intermediate Poetry Writing
Poetry writing in a workshop setting that focuses on the composition and revision of student poetry. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 371H Intermediate Poetry Writing - Honors
Poetry writing in a workshop setting that focuses on the composition and revision of student poetry. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 372W Intermediate Creative Nonfiction Writing
Creative nonfiction in a workshop setting that focuses on the composition and revision of student essays. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement.
3 ENG 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 399 Special Topics
In-depth study of an aspect, concept, or problem. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 hours of credit.
1-6 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 399H Special Topics - Honors
In-depth study of an aspect, concept, or problem. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 hours of credit.
1-3 ENG 300 - Level
ENG 400 Methods Of Teaching Literature In The Secondary Classroom
Materials, planning techniques, classroom methods, and evaluative devices specific to the teaching of literature in the secondary school. Co-convenes with ENG 580. Instructor's consent required. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 400H Methods Of Teaching Literature In The Secondary Classroom - Honors
Materials, planning techniques, classroom methods, and evaluative devices specific to the teaching of literature in the secondary school. Instructor's consent required. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 401 English Education Practicum
Field experience in a middle or high school English department, with exposure to and practical experience in the tasks of an English/language arts teacher. Co-convenes with ENG 689. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 403 Approaches To Teaching Writing In The Secondary Classroom
Classroom uses of the writing process and writing strategies that enhance learning in the classroom. Co-convenes with ENG 583. Instructor's consent required. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 404 Seminar In The Teaching Of English
Articulation of a personal theory of education and teaching style through the investigation of various educational outlooks and methodologies. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 406 Esl Methods And Materials For Secondary Teachers
English as a second language useful for middle- and secondary-level English teachers. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 406H Esl Methods And Materials For Secondary Teachers - Honors
English as a second language useful for middle- and secondary-level English teachers. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 408 Field Work Experience: Cooperative Education
Individualized supervised field experience in an appropriate agency or organization. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 410C Current Trends In Rhetoric And Digital Media
Students apply theories and research skills surrounding rhetoric and digital media to create capstone projects and texts that show their knowledge of the social and cultural dimensions of print and digital culture. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone Creative & Aesthetic Thinking|Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
ENG 410CH Current Trends In Rhetoric And Digital Media - Honors
Students apply theories and research skills surrounding rhetoric and digital media to create capstone projects and texts that show their knowledge of the social and cultural dimensions of print and digital culture. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone Creative & Aesthetic Thinking|Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
ENG 411C Current Trends In Rhetoric, Culture And Society
Students apply theories and research skills surrounding literate practices to produce capstone projects that show their knowledge of global learning, diversity, and sustainable educational and environmental practices. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone Creative & Aesthetic Thinking|Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
ENG 411CH Current Trends In Rhetoric, Culture And Society - Honors
Students apply theories and research skills surrounding literate practices to produce capstone projects that show their knowledge of global learning, diversity, and sustainable educational and environmental practices. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone Creative & Aesthetic Thinking|Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
ENG 420C Seminar In Language
Intensive study of selected topics in language and linguistics. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 420CH Seminar In Language - Honors
Intensive study of selected topics in language and linguistics. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 421C Seminar In The History Of The English Language
Intensive study in the linguistic development of the English language. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 431C Seminar In British Literature
Intensive study of selected topics in British literature. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 431CH Seminar In British Literature - Honors
Intensive study of selected topics in British literature. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 435 Topics In Shakespeare
Advanced study of selected works of Shakespeare. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 435H Topics In Shakespeare - Honors
Advanced study of selected works of Shakespeare. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 441C Seminar In American Literature
Intensive study of selected topics in American literature. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with a different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 441CH Seminar In American Literature - Honors
Intensive study of selected topics in American literature. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with a different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 445C Seminar In U.s. Multi-ethnic Literature
Intensive study of selected topics in U.S. multi-ethnic literature. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with a different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone and Ethnic Creative & Aesthetic Thinking|Effective Writing
ENG 445CH Seminar In U.s. Multi-ethnic Literature - Honors
Intensive study of selected topics in U.S. multi-ethnic literature. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with a different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone and Ethnic Creative & Aesthetic Thinking|Effective Writing
ENG 451C Seminar In Comparative Literature
Intensive study of selected topics in international literature. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with a different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 460C Seminar In Literary History
Intensive study of an area of literary history. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 460CH Seminar In Literary History - Honors
Intensive study of an area of literary history. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 461C Seminar In Literary Genres
Intensive study of development and structure of a selected literary genre. May be repeated for up to 9 hours of credit with different content. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 461CH Seminar In Literary Genres - Honors
Intensive study of development and structure of a selected literary genre. May be repeated for up to 9 hours of credit with different content. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 461H Seminar In Literary Genres - Honors
Intensive study of development and structure of a selected literary genre. May be repeated for up to 9 hours of credit with different content. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 464 Literature Of The Southwest
Intensive study of the historical, cultural, and artistic elements that characterize the literature of the Southwest. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 467C Seminar In Film Studies
Intensive study of selected topics in film studies. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 470C Seminar In Creative Writing: Fiction
Intensive study of fiction writing, emphasizing the writing of a novella or a sequence of interrelated short stories or other narrative forms. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 470CH Seminar In Creative Writing: Fiction - Honors
Intensive study of fiction writing, emphasizing the writing of a novella or a sequence of interrelated short stories or other narrative forms. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 471C Seminar In Creative Writing: Poetry
Intensive study of poetry writing emphasizing the writing of a single long poem or a sequence of interrelated, shorter poems. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 472C Seminar In Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction
Intensive study of the craft of creative nonfiction, emphasizing the writing of personal essays, memoirs, or subjective criticism. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 472CH Seminar In Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction - Honors
Intensive study of the craft of creative nonfiction, emphasizing the writing of personal essays, memoirs, or subjective criticism. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ENG 485 Undergraduate Research
Original research under the supervision of a research adviser. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 485H Undergraduate Research - Honors
Original research under the supervision of a research adviser. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 494C Supervised Teaching: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to complete the program. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 ENG 400 - Level Senior Capstone Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
ENG 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit. Please complete the Independent Study Proposal form and obtain signatures of approval BEFORE registering. https://policy.nau.edu/policy/Documents/Independent_Study_Form_FINAL.pdf
1-6 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 499 Contemporary Developments
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area. Letter grade only. No repeat limit.
1-3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 499H Contemporary Developments - Honors
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area. Letter grade only. No repeat limit.
1-3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 500 Introduction To Research In Literary Studies
General introduction to current textual practices and research methods. Recommended for incoming literature students. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 502 Advanced Technical Writing
Development of advanced skills in technical writing for teachers as well as professionals in technical fields. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 504 Introduction To Language And Linguistics
Surveys the field of linguistics including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and related fields of sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, historical linguistics, and applied linguistics. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 506 Academic Language Skills For Graduate School Success
For graduate students of non-English backgrounds who need sophisticated English language skills. Course provides academic support in developing fluency and study skills in addition to an introduction to American university expectations. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 507 Poetry Writing Workshop
Workshop course in the serious writing of poetry. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 509 Fiction Writing Workshop
Workshop course in the writing of literary fiction. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 513 Chaucer
Introduces works of Geoffrey Chaucer in Middle English and their interactions with medieval history and culture. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 515 Classical Literature
Selected texts in ancient Greek and Latin literature studied in translation with relevant background materials. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 516 Women Writers And Feminist Theory
Women's poetry, drama, or fiction examined in the context of feminist theory and in relation to Freudian, Marxist, structuralist, and other theories of culture. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 517 Professional Editing
Theory and practice of editing business and professional documents in several media: print, electronic, and Internet documents. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 518 Sociolinguistics
Studies social, cultural, political, and educational implications of language use, with particular reference to English. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 522 Rhetoric And Writing In Professional Communities
Intensive study of written discourse typical of professional communities in education, business, industry, and government. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 523 British Authors
Selected works of important British authors. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 524 American Authors
Selected works of important American authors. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 525 World Authors
Selected works of important world authors. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 526 Advanced Professional Writing
Techniques and standards for advanced research and writing, as practiced in business, industry, government, and academic settings. By the end of the course, students will be able to design and carry out research projects, data gathering and analysis, and writing of final studies at a publishable level. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 528 Grammatical Foundations
Descriptive overview of English grammar and its implications for teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 530 Professional Environmental Writing
This course will examine environmental communication, specifically green/cultural tourism promotion, journalism, public participation, health and safety, non-profit communication, and multimedia production. Students will incorporate field experience and produce a workable business/problem solving proposal, multimedia marketing or informational materials for an instructor approved non-profit organization. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 538 Cross-cultural Aspects Of Language Learning
Studies the role language plays when individuals from different cultures interact, including school, community, family culture, and parental involvement for language minority students. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 545 Chicano/Chicana Literature
An examination of Chicano and Chicana literary traditions. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 546 American Indian Literature
American Indian literature and narrative. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 547 African American Literature
A study of African American literature with emphasis on works that reflect major historical and literary eras and cultural trends. This course uses cultural studies as a theoretical framework. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 548 Fundamentals Of Second Language Teaching
Studies language learning, acquisition, learning theory, needs analysis, teaching methodology, and assessment. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 549 Information Design And Usability Testing
Analysis of discourse communities and appropriate communication strategies for dealing with each individual community. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 551 Cultural Studies
Theories, methodologies, and critical applications of a cultural-studies model of textual interpretation within the domain of English studies. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 553 Shakespeare
Intensive study of selected works. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 554 Professional Writing For Digital Audiences
This is a course in writing and accompanying writing-related skills for digital audiences and workplace (professional) purposes, including web pages and social media. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 558 Esl Methods And Materials: Listening & Speaking
Provides overview of ESL and EFL methodology focusing on oral and aural skills, in particular speaking, pronunciation, and listening comprehension. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 559 Esl Methods And Materials: Reading And Writing
Provides overview of second language literacy, exploring ESL reading and writing development and examining effective teaching methods. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 560 Literary Criticism And Theory
Critical perspectives and methods in literary study. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 561 Introduction To Rhetoric, Writing And Digital Media Studies
This course provides a survey of key texts, current trends, and critical questions in rhetorical and composition theory, research metholodogies in rhetoric and composition, workplace writing, historical and contemporary rhetoric, narrative studies and creative rhetorics, and social and digital media studies. Student are introduced to pedagogical and workplace techniques derived from the main theories of the discipline. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 562 Introduction To Rhetoric And Composition Theory
This course introduces students to ancient and present-day theories of rhetoric, writing, and digital media and their significance for contemporary composition instruction and professional writing practices. Throughout the course, students explore the connections between rhetorical theories, writing processes, and pedagogical practices. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 563 Introduction To Research Methods In Rhetoric And Writing Studies
Introduction to Research Methods helps you to learn about the basic research methodologies in rhetoric and composition. You will study practical methods for conducting research in the discipline. Methods will include ethnographic research methods, case studies, qualitative literacy research, discourse studies in composition, and archival research. You will have the opportunity to begin mapping out research questions that you might later address in the Graduate Research class. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 568 Computer Applications In Linguistics
Variable-content course focusing on either computer techniques for computer-assisted language learning or programming techniques for corpus linguistics. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 569 Project Management And Documentation Design
Theory, illustration, and practice of the processes involved in planning and producing large scale documents. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 573 Writer's Creative Process
Ways that creativity works for writers of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction. Final portfolio to include drafts, one finished piece suitable for publication, and a personal process essay. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 576 Literature For Adolescents
Materials and methods appropriate for use in junior and senior high school. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 577 Readings In Creative Writing
Intensive study of narrative/poetic techniques in selected literary texts. For students in the graduate creative writing program. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 578 Esl Curriculum And Administration
Surveys curriculum, syllabus design, and administration in second-language teaching contexts. Development of original curricula and materials for language classrooms. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 580 Methods Of Teaching Literature In The Secondary Classroom
Materials, planning, techniques, classroom methods, and evaluative devices specific to the teaching of literature in the secondary school. Co-convenes with ENG 400. Instructor's consent. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 581 Language, Learning, And Literacy
This course focuses on relationships among writing, reading, talking, and grammar as they may appear in language arts and English classrooms. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 582 Approaches To Teaching Grammar
The purpose of the course is to prepare future secondary English language arts teachers to comfortably and confidently integrate the teaching of grammar into the language arts curriculum. We will cover topics of grammar and usage with a focus on how to teach students these topics in engaging and authentic ways. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 583 Approaches To Teaching Writing In The Secondary Classroom
Classroom uses of the writing process and writing strategies that enhance learning in the classroom. Co-convenes with ENG 403. Instructor's consent required. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 587 Professional Development Seminar
Designed to assist in preparing you for entry into your professional arena. Credit does not apply to degree requirements. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 593 Northern Arizona Writing Project In-service
Introduces the basics of writing process instruction, applicable to writing across the curriculum. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 595 Internship: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 597 Reading For Comprehensive Exam
You may enroll only if you are a Ph.D. student in the latter stages of your program and have nearly completed your coursework but cannot yet enroll for dissertation hours. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
1-9 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 599 Contemporary Developments
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area of a particular field of study. May be offered no more than three times before being submitted for a permanent course number. May be repeated for credit. Pass-fail or letter grade.
1-3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 601 Teaching Assistantship Practicum
Methods for helping students to master the composing process. Open only to teaching and graduate assistants. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 605 Proposal Writing
This course develops proposal strategy and writing processes through proposal design, development, revision, editing, and review processes, as practiced in the working worlds of business, industry, government, and education. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 606 Issues In Technical And Professional Writing
Examination of specific areas of concern and interest in professional and technical writing, such as ethics, cross-cultural communication, or gender issues. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 607 Forms Of Poetry
Workshop course in writing poetry in established forms or other special topics. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 608 Fieldwork Experience
Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 609 The Art Of Fiction
Workshop course in writing fiction and in study of the literary-aesthetic boundaries of narrative form. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 612 Pragmatics
Introduces theory and techniques for the pragmatic analysis of spoken and written language. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 622 Topics In Historical And Contemporary Rhetoric
This course explores the long-standing foundation on which the contemporary discipline of rhetoric and writing studies is built. At its base is Aristotle's belief that rhetoric is the art of discovering all the available means of persuasion. Today we study private and public discourse, social movements, and mediated discourse, which includes the study of visual and nonverbal elements. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 623 Topics In Narrative Studies And Creative Rhetorics
This course prepares students to recognize, critique, help shape, and transform a story. It requires a background in the history of narrative, cross-cultural and contemporary developments in narrative writing. Topics addressed in Narrative Studies include narratives in cross-cultural perspectives, popular culture and ethnicity, writing and narrative form, historical perspectives on narrative writing, and visual/digital culture and literacy. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 624 Topics In Public And Disciplinary Writing
This course focuses on the goals and situations that require the need to write for pubic and disciplinary communities, and it focuses on the expectations, goals, situations, and needs of the reader. It pays close attention to research, design of the document, medium in which the document is presented, and media used to distribute information. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 626 Topics In Digital/Social Media Studies
This course focuses on theories, critical concepts and methods related to social media. It offers a critical examination of the history, operation, ramifications, functions, use, and embeddedness of social media in all spheres of life. It is a critical reflection on social media, focuses on understanding their uses, and enables students to develop effective social media communication strategies. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 638 Assessment For Second Language Skills
Studies principles and practices of second language assessment. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 641 Eighteenth-century Literature
Representative eighteenth-century texts reflecting literary movements such as the Restoration, Age of Satire, Neo-Classicism, and Pre-Romanticism, studied in the context of relevant background and critical theory. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 642 Nineteenth-century American Literature
Representative nineteenth-century American texts studied in the context of relevant backgrounds and critical theories. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 643 Twentieth-century American Literature
Representative twentieth-century American texts studied in the context of relevant backgrounds and critical theories. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 644 American Literature And The Environment
An advanced study of the field of environmental-literary criticism and its application in US literary culture, studied in appropriate social and theoretical contexts. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 645 Nineteenth-century British Literature
Representative nineteenth-century British romantic and realist texts studied in the context of relevant cultural backgrounds and critical theories. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 646 Twentieth-century British Literature
Representative twentieth-century British modernist and/or postmodern texts studied in the context of relevant cultural backgrounds and critical theories. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 648 Psycholinguistics
Studies role of language in cognition, including review of ongoing research in psychological and linguistic approaches to language learning and language performance. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 651 Colonial And Postcolonial Literatures
Theories and texts exemplifying the concepts of colonialism and its aftermath around the modern world, including readings from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and the Americas. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 655 The Novel And Its Tradition
Analysis and research in the novel as a genre and tradition through the study of selected texts. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 658 Second Language Acquisition
Studies theoretical models of, and research related to, processes involved in acquiring a second language; also addresses instructional implications of recent findings. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 662 Literary Periods Or Genre Studies
Studies a single period, trend, or genre. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 666 Film Studies
Survey of contemporary narrative theories in film and literature, and their application to a selected group of texts from world culture. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 668 Research Methods In Applied Linguistics
Elements of research design and statistics in the applied linguistics context. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 676 Workshop In Creative Nonfiction
Workshop course in the writing of creative nonfiction, with particular emphasis on the personal essay. Instructor's consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 678 Topics In Esl
Intensive study of a topic in ESL studies. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 685 Graduate Research
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 686 Research Projects: Rhetoric, Writing, And Digital Media Studies
Students will create a project that engages them in learning essential knowledge and life-enhancing skills through an extended, student-influenced inquiry process structured around complex, authentic questions and carefully designed products and tasks that demonstrate mastery of learning outcomes in Rhetoric, Writing, and Digital Media Studies. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 687 Professional Development Seminar
Designed to assist you in preparing for entry into your professional arena. Credit does not apply to degree requirements. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 688 Tesl Practicum
Series of structured ESL teacher-student interactions, including adult education, intensive program instruction, tutoring, and intercultural exchange. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit.
1-4 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 689 Practicum In English Education
Field experience in a middle and high school English department or in a community college, with exposure to and practical experience in the tasks of an English/language arts teacher/instructor/professor. Co-convenes with ENG 401. Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Note that no more than 3 units may be included on a master's plan in education. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit. Please complete the Independent Study Proposal form and obtain signatures of approval BEFORE registering. https://policy.nau.edu/policy/Documents/Independent_Study_Form_FINAL.pdf
1-3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 698 Graduate Seminar
Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit.
1-3 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 699 Thesis
Individualized directed research, writing, and oral defense of selected thesis topic. May be repeated as needed. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Prerequisite: Admission to master's program.
1-9 ENG 600 - Level
ENG 702 Seminar In Second Language Assessment
Explores issues involved in assessing second language skills and componential abilities in a communicative framework, such as current psychometric model constructs, consequential validity, and technological capabilities and constraints. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit.
3 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 703 Seminar In Second Language Acquisition
Explores different approaches to second language acquisition research and theory, including formal, functional, cognitive, social, and/or experimental perspectives. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit.
3 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 704 Seminar In Classroom Research
Explores methods for classroom-centered research focusing on psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic aspects of language development in the classroom. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit.
3 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 705 Seminar In Research Issues In English Language Teaching
Examines latest research and practice in ESL methodology and materials construction, administration, testing, computer-aided instruction, and curricula. May be repeated for credit.
3 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 706 Seminar In Literacy
Explores development of written language skills, individual and societal, in different linguistic, social, and cultural contexts. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit.
3 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 707 Seminar In The Linguistic Analysis Of Discourse And Register Variation
Examines approaches to the analysis of spoken and written texts and registers. Instructor's consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit.
3 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 709 Seminar In Corpus Linguistics
Explores advanced analytical techniques and research findings in corpus linguistics related to patterns of use of linguistic features. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit.
3 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 71X Intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level One
Level 1 is introduction to general English and students gain the basic language knowledge and abilities necessary to continue intensive study of English. Students learn common vocabulary and essential grammar structures necessary to exchange basic information visually and aurally. Level 1 students take classes in reading, writing, listening, vocabulary and speaking. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 72X Intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Two
Level 2 is general English and students use their language knowledge and ability to go beyond simple exchanges of information into the realm of elaboration. At this level, students process information in order to produce longer spoken and written texts, and also develop their ability to sustain reading and conversation. Students in level 2 take classes in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 73X Intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Three
Level 3 is an introduction to academic English. Students acquire and demonstrate knowledge and language abilities for academic purposes with significant support. At this level, students process simplified academic input in order to produce spoken and written texts. Students in level 3 take classes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, and content-based instruction. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 74X Intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Four
Level 4 is academic English, and students acquire knowledge and demonstrate language abilities for academic purposes. This level provides students opportunities to engage with adapted academic reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students respond critically to academic texts while developing their vocabulary knowledge. Students in level 4 take classes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, and content-based instruction. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 787 Professional Development Seminar
Designed to assist PhD students preparing for entry into the applied linguistics profession. Credit does not apply to degree requirements. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 10 units of credit.
1 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 799 Dissertation
Individualized directed research, writing, and oral defense of selected dissertation topic. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-9 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 82X Semi-intensive English For Academic Purposes - Short Term
The Program in Intensive English (PIE) offers a variety of short-term programs for international students who want to come to NAU to study English. The programs are specialized according to the needs of the students. Students enrolled in short-term programs will take classes in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and content-based instruction. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 5 times.
1 ENG 800 - Level
ENG 85X Semi-intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Five
Level 5 is English for university preparedness. Students become fluent in listening to academic lectures. They learn to apply reading strategies in order to successfully comprehend and discuss academic texts. Students at this level study a wide-range of academic vocabulary and apply it in written and spoken contexts. Students in level 5 take classes in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 800 - Level
ENG 86X Semi-intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Six
Level 6 is advanced English for university preparedness. Students listen to authentic academic passages and lectures. They read academic texts in order to learn and use academic vocabulary and complex grammatical structures to complete both academic written and spoken tasks. Students in level 6 take classes in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 800 - Level
ENG 87X Semi-intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Seven
Level 7 is Advanced English for University preparedness. Students listen to authentic academic passages and lectures. They read academic texts in order to learn and use academic vocabulary and complex grammatical structures to complete both academic written and spoken tasks. Students in level 6 take classes in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 800 - Level
ENG 89X Semi-intensive English For Academic Purposes - Level Nine
Level 9 is English for Academic Purposes for Graduate Students. Students listen to authentic academic passages and lectures. They read academic texts, scholarly articles, in order to learn and use academic vocabulary and complex grammatical structures to complete both academic written and spoken tasks encountered in graduate studies. Students in level 6 take classes in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 3 times.
1 ENG 800 - Level
ENG 90X Intensive Writing Skills
Individual and small-group instruction in mastery of reading skills with emphasis on vocabulary improvement, comprehension, and flexibility of reading rate. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 12 units.
4 ENG 900 - Level