Graduate Courses in English

ENGL 5300 Studies and Research Techniques in Bibliography and Critical Theory (3-0)
An introduction to graduate research methods in literature, including experience in enumerative and analytical bibliography, and to critical theory as applied to literature.

ENGL 5302 Seminar: Creative Writing (3-0)
A writing workshop course which may be devoted to fiction, poetry, nonfiction, or other such genres. May be repeated for credit when topic (genre of writing) changes.

ENGL 5304 Studies and Research Techniques in General Literature (3-0)
Topics include subjects like those named below and are announced in the schedule of courses for the semester in which they are offered: Contemporary Literature, Folklore, Graphic Novels. May be repeated for credit when the topic changes.

ENGL 5305 Studies and Research Techniques in English Teaching Methods (3-0)Recent trends and discoveries in teaching methods and learning process as related to the teaching and learning of rhetoric, composition, literature, or creative writing. May be repeated for credit when the topic varies.

ENGL 5306 Seminar: Studies and Research Techniques in English Literature (3-0)
Topics include subjects like those named below and are announced in the schedule of courses for the semester in which they are offered: Shakespeare; British Novel; Romanticism; Victorian Poets; Postcolonial Literature. May be repeated for credit when the topic varies.

ENGL 5307 Seminar: Studies and Research Techniques in American Literature (3-0)
Topics include subjects like those named below and are announced in the schedule of courses for the semester in which they are offered: Thoreau; Protest Literature; Twentieth-Century Short Fiction. May be repeated for credit when the topic varies.

ENGL 5308 Studies and Research Techniques in the English Language (3-0)
A study of specific problems concerned with language. May be repeated for credit when the topic varies.

ENGL 5309 Readings and Research
Individually guided research in English or American literature or the English language. May be repeated for credit when the topic varies.

ENGL 6301 Thesis (0-6)
Satisfactory completion of this course will result in an acceptable prospectus presented to the Graduate Committee. The student will normally register for this course no earlier than the third semester of graduate study. The student will enroll each semester of summer term in which assistance is provided by committee members or when use of the library or other research facilities of Sul Ross State University is made.

ENGL 6302 Thesis (0-6)
The student will enroll in this course each semester or summer term in which assistance is provided by committee members or when use of the library or other research facilities of Sul Ross State University is made. Satisfactory completion of this course will result in the completed thesis presented to the Graduate Committee, accepted by the Dean of the School, and filed in the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs.