English Courses That Do Not Carry Major Credit


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.


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 the Department's Foreign Study Program (FSP).


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.