Fall 2017 Course Offerings

September 5 – December 4, 2017

NOTE: The list below is subject to change.
Updated April 3, 2017
Please refer to Fall 2017 Timetable for more.

ENGL 104: Introduction to Creative Writing – Fiction, Poetry, and Drama
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 105: Academic Writing
Abbotsford campus, Chilliwack campus, and online

ENGL 108: Introduction to Literature
Abbotsford campus, Chilliwack campus, and online

ENGL 120: Introduction to Fiction
Chilliwack campus

ENGL 150: Introduction to Poetry
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 204: Medieval English Literature
Medieval Literature: Examining the Roots, Considering the Consequences
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 206: The Long Eighteenth Century
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 213: Creative Writing – Poetry
Poetry: Writing the World, the Body, and Everything in Between
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 214: Writing and Rhetorical Theory
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 233/THEA 203: History of Theatre and Drama – Antiquity to 1642
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 240: An Introduction to Canadian Literature
‘The Truth About Stories’: Literature, Community, and the Canadian Imagination
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 270C: Topics in Popular Fiction – Detective Fiction
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 275: Literature and Ecology
Literature and the Environment
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 301: Homer, Classicism, and English Literary History
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 306: Chaucer
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 310: Early Modern Drama
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 311: Creative Writing – Novel
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 312: Shakespeare
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 315: Creative Writing – Children’s Literature
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 316: Milton
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 331: Victorian Poetry and Poetic Theory
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 350: American Literature 1900-1945
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 352: American Literature of World War II and After
The Beats
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 374: Rhetoric – Advanced Composition
Persuading, Perplexing, Proceeding: Rhetoric at Work in Academic Written Environments
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 376: Rhetoric – An Historical Survey
Abbotsford campus.

ENGL 391/RUSS 391: Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky in English
Abbotsford campus

ENGL 490 Directed Studies in English *

ENGL 491 Honours: Directed Reading *

ENGL 492 Honours: Directed Essay *

* dependent on instructor availability

LING 101: An Introduction to Language
Abbotsford campus and online

MUSC 101: Listening to Music
Abbotsford campus

 

 

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