Schedules of Classes

Schedule for Spring 2022, Tri-Cities, ENGLISH

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Notes Sec Cls_Nbr Cr Days & Times Bldg & Room Dates Instructor Limit Enrolled
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG] College Composition
01 15676 3 TU,TH9.10-10.25 TCIC 214 Jan 10--Apr 29 P Weatherly 24 18
02 15890 3 M,W,F11.10-12 TCOL 126 Jan 10--Jan 23 R Mays 24 24
  M,W11.10-12 TCOL 126 Jan 24--Apr 29  
  Beginning week 3 of the semester, there will be no class meetings on Friday. The instructor will define additional time for required activities outside of class.
ENGLISH 102 Writing Tutorial
S 01 16436 1 TH12.05-12.55 TCIC 101W Jan 24--Apr 29 R Mays 8 6
  Class meetings begin week 3 of the semester in CIC Writing/Tutoring Center.
S 02 16448 1 ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 R Mays 50 15
  Class meetings begin week 3 of the semester. This course will use Canvas and will require some in-person meetings through the Writing Center. Rather than meeting in-person, students will work individually and in small groups within Canvas to complete asynchronous weekly assignments. Students will schedule individual appointments in the Writing Center at least five (5) times throughout the semester.
ENGLISH 201 [WRTG] Writing and Research
01 15677 3 M,W,F10.10-11 TCIC 214 Jan 10--Apr 29 V Cozza 24 20
ENGLISH 210 [HUM] Readings in American Literature
V 01 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 D Campbell 1 1
  Location: Global Campus
ENGLISH 220 [HUM] Introduction to Multicultural Literature
X 01 16451 3 M,W,F10.10-11 TCOL 126 Jan 10--Apr 29 G Escalera 25 16
ENGLISH 322 [DIVR] [M] Topics in African American Literature
X 01 16453 3 M,W,F9.10-10 TFLO 244 Jan 10--Apr 29 G Escalera 30 3
  Special Topic Title: Black Excel Land Lynch Mob
  Black Excellence in the Land of the Lynch Mob
ENGLISH 358 Workshop Topics in Writing, Teaching, Literature
S 01 31418 1 TU16-21 VC ARR Feb 08--Feb 08 C Mcgill 5 1
  Special Topic Title: Visiting Writers Series
  Visiting Writers Series poetry workshop with Pulitzer Prize winning poet Natalie Diaz on Tuesday, February 8 from 4-9 p.m. via Zoom.
ENGLISH 361 Everyday Rhetorics
V 01 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 V Cozza 5 1
  More Information
  Location: Global Campus
ENGLISH 362 [DIVR] Rhetorics of Racism
V 02 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 P Wilde 7 6
  More Information
  Location: Global Campus
ENGLISH 373 [HUM] 20th and 21st Century Global Literatures in English
01 15974 3 TU,TH9.10-10.25 TCOL 126 Jan 10--Apr 29 G Escalera 30 13
ENGLISH 402 [WRTG] [M] Technical and Professional Writing
01 15823 3 TU,TH10.35-11.50 TCIC 214 Jan 10--Apr 29 P Weatherly 24 24
02 15891 3 M,W,F9.10-10 TCIC 214 Jan 10--Apr 29 V Cozza 24 13
03 15824 3 M12.10-13.50 TFLO 210 Jan 10--Apr 29 R Mays 19 8
  Additional time will be administered via Canvas.
V 12 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 M Hall 1 0
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  Location: Global Campus
ENGLISH 419 The Twentieth Century Novel
V 01 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 J Hegglund 1 1
  More Information
  Location: Global Campus
ENGLISH 494 [CAPS] [M] Advanced Topics in Literature
01 30665 3 TU,TH12.05-13.20 TCIC 214 Jan 10--Apr 29 M Mays 24 2
  Special Topic Title: Postwar American Culture 1960s
  Postwar American Culture: The 1960s
ENGLISH 498 Internship
S 01 V ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 V Cozza 5 0
ENGLISH 499 Special Problems
S 01 V ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 10--Apr 29 (multiple) 5 1
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