English Courses That Do Not Carry Major Credit

ENGL 6

Narrative Journalism: Literature and Practice

This course will explore the role of print journalism in shaping the modern American literary, cultural and political landscape--from Nellie Bly's late 19th century undercover exposure to Seymour Hersh's coverage of the Iraq War. Students will also participate in an intensive weekly workshop on reporting and writing, with a short unit on radio commentary. Dist: LIT; WCult: W.

ENGL 7

First-Year Seminars

These are offered through the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric.

ENGL 92

English Study Abroad III

One college credit (not major or minor credit) for this course is awarded to students who satisfactorily complete a course of study elected as part of one of the Department’s two Foreign Study Programs (FSPs).

ENGL 96

Reading Course

Note:  English 96 does not normally count toward the English major or minor, although in special circumstances the C.D.C. may approve occasional exceptions to that rule.