Schedules of Classes

Schedule for Summer 2022, Pullman, ENGLISH

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Notes Sec Cls_Nbr Cr Days & Times Bldg & Room Dates Instructor Limit Enrolled
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG] College Composition
$ 02 03509 3 M,TU,W,TH,F10.30-11.45 AVER 106 Jun 20--Jul 31 G Doyle 18 14
$ 06 3 M,TU,W,TH,F13.10-14.25 AVER 104 Jun 20--Jul 31 M Bell 18 18
ENGLISH 102 Writing Tutorial
S 01 03199 1 ARRGT ARR ARR May 09--Jun 19 B Walter 30 1
  This course will use Canvas and will require some in-person meetings through visits to the Writing Center. Rather than meeting in-person, students will work individually and in small groups within Canvas to complete asynchronous weekly assignments. Students should be prepared to fulfill approximately 5 hours throughout the term of in-person activities through Writing Center consultations and Writing Center workshops. In-person activities will be scheduled based on student schedule and Writing Center availa
S 03 03298 1 ARRGT ARR ARR Jun 20--Jul 31 B Walter 20 0
  This course will use Canvas and will require some in-person meetings through visits to the Writing Center. Rather than meeting in-person, students will work individually and in small groups within Canvas to complete asynchronous weekly assignments. Students should be prepared to fulfill approximately 5 hours throughout the term of in-person activities through Writing Center consultations and Writing Center workshops. In-person activities will be scheduled based on student schedule and Writing Center availa
ENGLISH 107 Writing Tutorial for Multilingual Writers
S 01 03049 1 ARRGT ARR ARR May 09--Jun 19 B Walter 15 1
  This course will use Canvas and may require some in-person or synchronous virtual meetings through visits to the Writing Center. Students should be prepared to fulfill approximately 5 hours throughout the term of in-person activities through Writing Center consultations and Writing Center workshops. Additionally, students will work collaboratively in Canvas to complete weekly peer review activities. In-person and/or synchronous virtual activities will be scheduled based on student schedule and Writing Cent
ENGLISH 109 [HUM] Creative Writing Now
01 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 09--Jun 12 C Criss 20 5
  Study Abroad-Ireland
  Location: Ireland
ENGLISH 110 [HUM] Reading Now
01 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 09--Jun 12 C Criss 19 7
  Study Abroad- Ireland Trip
  Location: Ireland
ENGLISH 150 [ARTS] Introduction to Film as Narrative
01 Lab 05421 0 ARRGT ARR May 09--Jun 03 L Mcauley 30 0
ENGLISH 402 [WRTG] [M] Technical and Professional Writing
$ 01 03052 3 M,TU,W,TH,F13.30-14.45 AVER 104 May 09--Jun 19 B Fry 20 7
$ 03 03054 3 M,TU,W,TH,F10.30-11.45 THOM 215 May 09--Jun 19 E Coleman 20 11
$ 05 03056 3 M,TU,W,TH,F12-13.15 AVER 104 May 09--Jun 19 P Chilson 20 20
$ 07 03220 3 M,TU,W,TH,F9-10.15 THOM 119 Jun 20--Jul 31 G Maierhofer 20 20
$ 08 03221 3 M,TU,W,TH,F13.30-14.45 AVER 106 Jun 20--Jul 31 J Hughes 20 20
ENGLISH 498 Internship
VS 01 V ARRGT ARR ARR May 09--Jul 29 (multiple) 100 0
  Please contact your advisor about how to enroll in this instructor approved course.
ENGLISH 700 Master's Research, Thesis, and/or Examination
01 V ARRGT ARR ARR May 09--Jul 29 10 0
ENGLISH 800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination
V 01 V ARRGT ARR ARR May 09--Jul 29 (multiple) 20 1
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