English is a discipline devoted to the study of language, writing and literature that expresses ideas and represents the human condition.
Through the study of English, UW-Eau Claire English majors expand their knowledge of the English language, learn to read with interpretive power and develop strong analytical and creative writing skills. Ultimately, the study of English gives students the tools to respond to the world in which they live.
Winterim 2015 Online Courses - Register early - Classes with low enrollment will be cancelled
ENGL 268-801, Survey of American Ethnic Literature: Major Texts and themes in African American Literature, with Dr. David Jones, 3 credits, GE-IVD, fulfills 3 credits Cultural Diversity Requirement
ENGL 372-801, Topics in Popular Culture: Game of Thrones, with Dr. Elizabeth Preston, 3 credits, Upper Division GE-IVD credit
WRIT 118/120-801, Blugold Seminar in Critical Reading & Writing: Reimagined: Museums in the Twenty-First Century, with Dr. Christa Tiernan, 2 credits