English Department: Planning and Course Selection

 

 *WRI 3951 and 3953 have replaced WRI 3390 beginning Fall 2013. 2 students will be selected as managing editors in WRI 3953 which is a 3-credit commitment.

Up to 12 students can enroll for one credit in WRI 3951 as staff readers.  This course can be repeated for a total of 6 credits. If 3 credits are accumulated, they can be applied to the textual practices requirement.  

 

Projected Major Course Offerings for Fall 2015                          Projected  Major Course Offerings for Spring 2016
ENG 1101 - Representations of Pacific Life ENG 1101 - Representations of Pacific Life
WRI 2601 - Intro to Creative Writing WRI 2601 - Intro to Creative Writing
ENG 2000 - The Art of Literature ENG 2000 - The Art of Literature
AMST 2000 - The American Experience AMST 2000 - The American Experience
ENG 3330 - Film Theory ENG 2100 - Ways of Reading
ENG 2500 - World Literature ENG 2500 - World Literature
ENG 3100 - Early British Literature ENG 3130 - Topics in World Literature
ENG 3226 - Hawai'i Writers ENG 3228 - Fantasy Literature
ENG 4120   Seminar in Modernism ENG 4300 - Seminar in Textual Criticism
WRI 3320 - Scriptwriting WRI 3320 - Scriptwriting
WRI 3340 - Creative Nonfiction Writing Workshop WRI 3310 - Poetry Workshop
WRI 3510 - Composition Studies WRI 3510 - Composition Studies
WRI 3391 - Wanderlust: Student Literary Magazine WRI 3330 - Fiction Writing Workshop
WRI 3351   Staff Reader Hawaii Pacific Review * HUM 3900 - Research & Writing in the Humanities
WRI 3953    Managing Editor, Hawaii Pacific Review WRI 3351   Staff Reader Hawaii Pacific Review*
WRI 3953 Managing Editor, Hawaii Pacific Review
(WRI 4990 - Advanced Revision Workshop)
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