Current Course Offerings
You will use two forms each time you are advised, the Student Advising Form and the Permission Request Form.
Step 1: The student advising form will help you and your adviser get a clear picture of where you are in your progress toward your degree.
In addition to contact information, the Student Advising Form asks for 4 pieces of information:
- Course Abbreviation
- Course Number
- Course Section
Example: ENGL 6390 476 HEMBREE
Step 2: Once your adviser reviews your Student Advising Form, you will receive an email approving your choices or making alternate suggestions. You will enter your approved course selections on the Permission Request Form. All forms can be found on the Resources page.
You will receive an email when those course permissions are ready to be used on Webstar. You should use your permissions immediately to avoid losing them.
Fall 2019 Courses
Background Literature or Elective Courses
ENGL 6007- Forgotten Stories: An Alternative Canon of 20th-Century American Literature -- Anne Rioux
ENGL 6090- New Orleans Literature -- Elizabeth Steeby
ENGL 6390- Studies in Rhetoric and Communication -- Rhiannon Goad
ENGL 6520- Studies in Shakespeare -- Shelby Richardson
Required/Core Courses (Workshops May also be taken as electives)
ENGL 6191- Online Fiction Workshop -- Neal Walsh
ENGL 6193- Remote Poetry Writing -- Carolyn Hembree
ENGL 6941- Craft of Fiction -- Barb Johnson
ENGL 7000-001--(Please indicate number of hours--3 or 6-- that you intend to take in the "teacher" box)*Reminder: Financial aid will only pay for a total of 6 thesis hours during the course of your program.