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Undergraduate Student Organizations

The English department has several student organizations that offer you ways to get more involved in your major: Society for Technical Communication (STC) National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) English Club Writers’ Bloc Linguistics Club Sketch

Fall 2018 Graduate Course Descriptions

If you want more information about a course, please contact the faculty member. ENGL 500. Teaching Multimodal Composition Instructor: Barbara Blakely Required of all new English Department teaching assistants teaching ISUComm Foundation Courses. Introduction to the teaching of ISUComm Foundation Courses. Foundational and relevant newer composition theory and pedagogical methods related to ISUComm Foundation Courses … Continue reading Fall 2018 Graduate Course Descriptions

4.3 PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication (RPC)

4.3.1 RPC Degree Requirements 4.3.2 RPC Curricular Policies and Guidelines 4.3.3 RPC Portfolio Assessment: Qualifying Examination 4.3.4 RPC Preliminary Examination 4.3.4a RPC Preliminary Comprehensive Written Examination 4.3.4b RPC Dissertation Proposal and Prospectus 4.3.4c RPC Preliminary Oral Specialized Examination 4.3.5 RPC Dissertation Guidelines 4.3.6 RPC Final Oral Defense of Dissertation (Final Oral Examination) 4.3.7 RPC Student … Continue reading 4.3 PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication (RPC)

Spring 2018 Graduate Course Offerings

If you want more information about a course, please contact the faculty member. ENGL 501. Introduction to Research in Rhetoric, Composition, and Professional Communication Instructor: Prashant Rajan Prereq: 6 graduate credits in English Survey of the major rhetorical, qualitative, and quantitative methods used in research on communication and language in academic and nonacademic settings. ENGL/LING … Continue reading Spring 2018 Graduate Course Offerings

Fall 2016 Graduate Course Offerings

If you want more information about a course, please contact the faculty member. APPLIED LINGUISTICS   ENGL/LING 510. Introduction to Computers in Applied Linguistics Instructor: James Ranalli Use of applications software for language teaching, linguistic analysis, and statistical analysis. Issues and problems in applied linguistics related to computer methods. ENGL/LING 511. Introduction to Linguistic Analysis … Continue reading Fall 2016 Graduate Course Offerings

English Graduate Studies Lending Library—List of Books & Brief Descriptions

    All books are available in Ross 203 for 3-week check out.   Blueprint Your Bestseller: Organize and Revise Any Manuscript with the Book Architecture Method by Stuart Horwitz In Blueprint Your Bestseller, Stuart Horwitz offers a step-by-step process for revising your manuscript that has helped bestselling authors get from first draft to final draft. … Continue reading English Graduate Studies Lending Library—List of Books & Brief Descriptions

Fall 2015 Graduate Course Offerings

  Applied Linguistics ENGL/LING 510. Introduction to Computers in Applied Linguistics Instructor: Volker Hegelheimer Use of applications software for language teaching, linguistic analysis, and statistical analysis. Issues and problems in applied linguistics related to computer methods. ENGL/LING 511. Introduction to Linguistic Analysis Instructor: Tammy Slater Principles and methods of linguistic analysis with emphasis on phonology, … Continue reading Fall 2015 Graduate Course Offerings