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20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog

24. 2020-2021 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

24.18. ENG - ENGLISH

ENG 1113

English Composition I

3 Hours

English Composition I is the first of two writing-intensive courses required of all Bacone students prior

to graduation. Students learn the skills necessary for acceptable collegiate writing, including essay organization, effective prose, college-level vocabulary, and critical thinking. Students must earn a grade of C or better to pass this course.  BACONE CORE

 

ENG 1213

English Composition II

3 Hours

English Composition II continues the study of rhetorical skills begun in ENG 1113 and, by emphasizing the skills of research techniques, analysis, and effective rewriting, culminates in both a formal research paper and a literary analysis. Students must earn a grade of C or better to pass this course. Prerequisite ENG 1113 or equivalent. BACONE CORE

 

ENG 2213

Creative Writing

3 Hours

Creative Writing encourages students to express themselves through poetry and prose and to develop a portfolio of original writings. Students also study guidelines for publication of their own work. Prerequisite: Recommendation by an ENG1113 or ENG1213 instructor, or permission from the course instructor.

 

ENG 3553

Screenwriting

3 Hours

Screenwriting class guides students through the screenwriting process with regular screenwriting practice and analysis of effective screenplays. Course work will include a journal, four screenplay writing assignments, two exams, group work, a movie analysis paper and miscellaneous assignments. CROSS-LISTED WITH COM 3223

 

ENG 3563

20th Century English Novel

3 Hours

An analysis of themes and techniques of noted English and/or Irish novelists which may include Conrad, Lawrence, Woolf, Joyce, and others, emphasizing critical reading and writing skills.  Prerequisites: ENG 1113, ENG 1213.

 

ENG 3573

20th Century American Novel

3 Hours

An analysis of themes and techniques of major American writers which may include Dos Passos, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, West, Faulkner, and others, emphasizing critical reading and writing skills.  Prerequisites: ENG 1113, ENG 1213