Course List

American Literature -

ENGL 250 A

Instructor: Dr. Michael A. Heller
Block: 3
Time: M/W/F 10:50AM-11:50AM
Term: 2015SP
Units: 1

Catalog Description:

Critical reading and literary analysis of major texts and genres (poetry, prose , and drama) across periods in the Ameri can tradition. Lecture: 3 hrs/wk.

St. in 19th C American Lit. -

ENGL 339 A

Instructor: Dr. Michael A. Heller
Block: 10
Time: T/Th 10:10AM-11:40AM
Term: 2015SP
Units: 1
Pre-requisites/Comments: RHET-125, ENGL-250 and one other 200-level ENGL literature course

Catalog Description:

Critical study of selected works from 1 9th-century American literature. Course may focus on particular theme, genre, or set of authors, or form a focused surve y of the period. Works will be placed in relationship to the literary, social, a nd historical movements of the era and t o current critical issues. Lecture: 3 hr s/wk.

Plenary Enrichment Program -

HNRS 102 F

Instructor: Dr. Michael A. Heller
Term: 2015SP

Catalog Description:

An annual series of supplemental activi ties, including lectures, presentations, performances, exhibits, community servi ce, discussions and written assignments. Required each term the student studies on campus. (graded; no credit)

Portfolio Seminar I -

HNRS 112 C

Instructor: Dr. Michael A. Heller
Time: M 2:20PM-3:50PM
Term: 2015SP
Units: 1/4

Catalog Description:

A two-semester sequence that connects students to the campus and community through an exploration of cultural, intellectual, and service activities as well as academic and personal goals. Includes initial development of the Honors Portfolio.

Applying Nonviolence -

INQ 300 K

Instructor: Dr. Michael A. Heller
Block: 12
Time: T/Th 2:50PM-4:20PM
Term: 2015SP
Units: 1
Pre-requisites/Comments: Completion of all required 100-level and -200-level INQ courses

Catalog Description:

Asks students to look back on their experiences and their work in the Intellectual Inquiry Curriculum in order to make explicit, meaningful connections to contemporary issues. In addition to individual written assignments, students will work in small groups to research and develop a proposal concerning a concept, approach, or solution to a problem that will be presented in a formal defense.