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    Winona State University
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions include the following elements:

Course Code, Number, and Titles: The course code indicates the department or program in which the course is housed. The course number indicates the level at which the course should be taken. Generally, first-year students take 100-level courses; sophomores, 200-level; juniors, 300-level; and seniors, 400-level. Students are required to limit course selection to courses not more than one level above their class standing. First-year students are not permitted to enroll in 400-level courses. Undergraduate students who need 12 or fewer semester credits to complete all baccalaureate degree requirements may request permission from the Director of Graduate Studies to take courses for graduate credit to complete a regular course load during the semester of  graduation. However, undergraduate students may not enroll in courses at the 600-level or 700-level.

Credits: The number of semester hours of credit given upon completion of the course.

Course Content: A brief description of subject matter gives students an idea of what to expect in the course.

Prerequisites: If required or recommended, a prerequisite is either a course that must be completed prior to enrolling in the course or some other requirement that must be met prior to enrolling in the course.

Grading Method: If a course is offered on a grade-only or pass/no credit-only basis, that status is included in the course description. A department’s general pass/no credit policy is included in its listing of program requirements. Students should check the policy before enrolling in a course on a pass/no credit basis.

Frequency of Offering: Course descriptions may indicate how often the course is offered.

Legend:

◎ = Oral Intensive

◆ = Math/Critical Analysis Intensive

△ = Writing Intensive

✽ = Physical Development and Wellness Graduation Requirement

 

Education Foundations

   •  EDFD 498 - Educational Issues and Trends
   •  EDFD 499 - Educational Workshops and Seminars

Education-Reading

   •  EDRD 450 - Differentiated Reading Instruction
   •  EDRD 460 - New Literacies and Literacy Engagement
   •  EDRD 470 - Data-Based Improvement of Reading Programs

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

   •  ECEO 320 - Foundations of Literacy, Early Childhood
   •  ECEO 321 - Children's Literature
   •  ECEO 405 - Topics of Early Childhood Education
   •  ECEO 413 - Infant and Toddler Curriculum and Methods
   •  ECEO 416 - Preschool and Kindergarten Curriculum and Methods
   •  ECEO 425 - Early Numeracy Methods
   •  ECEO 428 - Reading and Language Arts Methods
   •  ECEO 435 - Primary Methods 1: Physical Education and the Fine Arts
   •  ECEO 436 - Primary Methods 2: Science, Health and Social Studies
   •  EDUC 199 - Successful Teacher Preparation

English

   •  ENG 99 - Introduction to College Writing
   •  ENG 105 - ESL: Listening to Academic Speech
   •  ENG 106 - ESL: Academic Reading and Writing I
   •  ENG 107 - ESL: Academic Reading and Writing II
   •  ENG 111 - College Reading and Writing
   •  ENG 112 - Research Writing
   •  ENG 120 - Introduction to Literature
   •  ENG 201 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  ENG 210 - Advanced Expository Writing
   •  ENG 211 - Writing in Communities
   •  ENG 219 - Gender and Sexual Identity in American Literature
   •  ENG 220 - Multicultural American Literature
   •  ENG 221 - Topics in World Literature
   •  ENG 222 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  ENG 223 - Classical Mythology
   •  ENG 224 - The Bible as Literature
   •  ENG 225 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENG 226 - Topics in Writing
   •  ENG 227 - Topics in Language
   •  ENG 230 - Literature and the Environment
   •  ENG 240 - Teaching Young Adult Literature
   •  ENG 250 - English Grammar and Usage
   •  ◆ ENG 290 - Literary Studies
   •  ENG 291 - History of Literature in English
   •  ENG 292 - History of the English Language
   •  ENG 308 - Playwriting/Scriptwriting
   •  ENG 309 - Nonfiction Prose Writing
   •  ENG 310 - Story Writing
   •  ENG 312 - Poetry Writing
   •  ENG 323 - Multimodal Composition and Literacies
   •  ENG 324 - Projects in Writing and Language
   •  ENG 328 - English Syntax
   •  ENG 350 - Introduction to Language Study
   •  ENG 361 - Literature In English to 1642: Authors
   •  ENG 362 - Literature in English to 1642: Genres
   •  ENG 363 - Literature in English to 1642: Topics
   •  ENG 364 - Literature in English 1642-1832: Authors
   •  ENG 365 - Literature in English 1642-1832: Genres
   •  ENG 366 - Literature in English 1642-1832: Topics
   •  ENG 367 - Literature in English 1832-Present: Authors
   •  ENG 368 - Literature in English 1832-Present: Genres
   •  ENG 369 - Literature in English 1832 - Present: Topics
   •  △ ENG 390 - Literary Criticism: Theory and Practice
   •  ENG 399 - Internship
   •  ◎ ENG 402 - Teaching English in Middle School and Secondary School
   •  ◎ ENG 404 - Advanced Creative Writing: Nonfiction
   •  ◎ ENG 410 - Advanced Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ◎ ENG 412 - Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENG 414 - Shakespeare: Comedies and Histories
   •  ENG 423 - Shakespeare in Performance
   •  △ ENG 432 - Literature in a Global Context
   •  △ ENG 433 - American Diversities
   •  △ ENG 439 - Technical Writing
   •  ◆ ENG 440 - Professional Editing
   •  ◎ ENG 441 - Grant and Proposal Writing
   •  ENG 449 - Scientific Writing
   •  ENG 461 - Independent Studies
   •  ◎ ENG 470 - Seminar in American Literature
   •  ◎ ENG 471 - Seminar in British Literature
   •  △ ENG 472 - Seminar in Language and Discourse
   •  △ ENG 480 - Theories of Second Language Acquisition
   •  ◎ ENG 481 - TESOL Theory and Methods
   •  ENG 482 - Second Language Composition Studies
   •  ◆ ENG 483 - Pedagogical Grammar
   •  ENG 484 - ESL Materials, Resources, and Assessment
   •  ENG 490 - Portfolio

Ethnic Studies

   •  ETHN 168 - Introduction to Ethnic Studies
   •  ETHN 260 - Special Topics in Ethnic Studies
   •  ETHN 360 - Special Topics in Ethnic Studies
   •  ETHN 468 - Ethnic Studies: Social Justice Research and Civic Engagement

Film

   •  FILM 140 - Approaches to Film
   •  FILM 221 - World Cinema
   •  FILM 240 - Film Genres
   •  FILM 250 - Introductory Filmmaking
   •  △ FILM 340 - Film Theory and Criticism
   •  FILM 399 - Internship
   •  △ FILM 440 - Directors/Stars
   •  ◆ FILM 450 - Topics/Problems
   •  FILM 461 - Independent Studies
   •  ◎ FILM 490 - Projects

Finance

   •  FIN 100 - Financial Literacy
   •  FIN 201 - Introduction to Finance
   •  ◆ FIN 335 - Forecasting Methods
   •  FIN 340 - Computer Applications in Finance
   •  FIN 360 - Corporate Finance
 

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