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St. Joseph's College New York    
 
    
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course Numbers

Courses numbered 100 are open to all students without prerequisites. Ordinarily, courses numbered 200, 300, and 400 have prerequisites and may not be taken by freshmen. Consult the individual department course listing for exceptions to this general policy.

Students are advised to check the final schedule of courses published before each advisement period.

The following courses may be offered during the 2016-2017 academic year—including Summer, Fall, Intersession, and/or Spring semesters/sessions/trimesters at both SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island, unless otherwise noted. Not all of these courses will be available at night or on weekends at SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island. Consult the semestral schedule of courses for more specific information, including the SJC Long Island Weekend College Trimester Program.

Online Courses: Academic departments sometimes offer courses in an online format. Check the semester course schedule for details.

 

 

English

CO-CURRICULAR WORKSHOP IN YEARBOOK may be offered for academic credit in accordance with the policy that “students may earn 1/2 credit per semester for a total of two credits toward the degree for participation in co-curricular activities approved for credit by the faculty.” Consult the Moderator of the Yearbook.

   •  ENG 102 - Basic Writing Skills
   •  ENG 103 - Writing for Effective Communication
   •  ENG 105 - Creative Writing
   •  ENG 106 - Dramatic And Visual Writing
   •  ENG 107 - Fiction Writing
   •  ENG 109 - Analytical Writing
   •  ENG 110 - Communication for Professionals
   •  ENG 111 - The Language of Film
   •  ENG 113 - Introduction to Drama
   •  ENG 114 - Introduction To Poetry
   •  ENG 115 - The Short Story
   •  ENG 117 - The New York Scene in Literature
   •  ENG 119 - A Rainbow of Voices
   •  ENG 120 - Poetry Writing
   •  ENG 123 - Fictional Narrative (SJC Brooklyn)
   •  ENG 124 - Poetry And Drama (SJC Brooklyn)
   •  ENG 125 - An Introduction to Magazine Writing
   •  ENG 130 - World Literature I
   •  ENG 140 - Miracles and Massacres
   •  ENG 199 - Supervised Internship
   •  ENG 201 - Introduction to Reading Literature Critically
   •  ENG 202 - Literature and the Writing Process
   •  ENG 203 - Advanced Expository Writing
   •  ENG 205 - Advanced Creative Writing
   •  ENG 211 - Film/Media Genre
   •  ENG 212 - Film/Media Authorship
   •  ENG 213 - Film/Media and Society
   •  ENG 214 - Film/Media Form
   •  ENG 218 - Medieval Imaginations
   •  ENG 219 - Literature of the English Renaissance
   •  ENG 221 - Seventeenth Century Literature
   •  ENG 230 - World Literature II
   •  ENG 233 - Prose and Poetry of the English Romantic Movement
   •  ENG 237 - Modern American Drama
   •  ENG 238 - Modern European Drama
   •  ENG 253 - Modern Poetry
   •  ENG 254 - Supernatural Horror
   •  ENG 255 - Comedy
   •  ENG 256 - The Bible as Literature
   •  ENG 259 - Modern American Novel
   •  ENG 261 - African American Literature
   •  ENG 262 - Resonant Voices
   •  ENG 265 - Literature and the Environment
   •  ENG 278 - Brooklyn Voices
   •  ENG 292 - Survey of British Literature I
   •  ENG 293 - Survey in British Literature II
   •  ENG 294 - Survey in American Literature from Beginnings to 1865
   •  ENG 295 - Survey in American Literature Since 1865
   •  ENG 300 - Scholarly Writing about Literature
   •  ENG 305 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 320 - Milton
   •  ENG 332 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 358 - American Renaissance
   •  ENG 360 - American Literature Since 1945
   •  ENG 370 - Selected Themes or Topics of Literary Interest
   •  ENG 414 - Middle English Literature
   •  ENG 420 - Seminar in Film/ Media Studies
   •  ENG 430 - Seminar: Jane Austen
   •  ENG 434 - Victorian Prose & Poetry
   •  ENG 443 - Nineteenth Century British Novel
   •  ENG 445 - Modern British Novel
   •  ENG 450 - Seminar: Comparative Authors
   •  ENG 460 - Seminar: Kate Chopin, Edith Wharton and Willa Cather
   •  ENG 462 - The Plays of Eugene O'Neill
   •  ENG 465 - The American Confessional Poets
   •  ENG 468 - Seminar: Contemporary Native American Literature
   •  ENG 487 - The Senior Thesis