Dec 18, 2018  
Graduate Record 2012-2013 
    
Graduate Record 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

Electrical and Computer Engineering

   •  ECE 7774 - Adaptive and Statistical Signal Processing
   •  ECE 7776 - Multi-Dimensional Signal Processing
   •  ECE 7853 - Optimal Control Systems
   •  ECE 7855 - Multivariable Robust Control Systems
   •  ECE 7856 - Nonlinear Control Systems
   •  ECE 7858 - Digital Control Systems
   •  ECE 7993 - Independent Study
   •  ECE 7995 - Supervised Project Research
   •  ECE 8162 - High Speed Transistors
   •  ECE 8163 - High Frequency Diodes
   •  ECE 8501 - Special Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering
   •  ECE 8502 - Special Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering
   •  ECE 8825 - Adaptive Control
   •  ECE 8897 - Graduate Teaching Instruction
   •  ECE 8999 - Thesis
   •  ECE 9897 - Graduate Teaching Instruction
   •  ECE 9999 - Dissertation

Engineering

   •  ENGR 900 - International Scholars Independent Study
   •  ENGR 5555 - Special Topics in Engineering Education
   •  ENGR 6000 - Effective Communication in English
   •  ENGR 6555 - Advanced Topics in Engineering Education
   •  ENGR 6890 - Industrial Applications

Engineering Physics

   •  EP 6950 - Supervised Project
   •  EP 6993 - Independent Study
   •  EP 7000 - Graduate Seminar
   •  EP 7592 - Special Topics in Engineering Physics
   •  EP 7993 - Independent Study
   •  EP 8970 - Graduate Teaching Instruction
   •  EP 8999 - Master’s Degree Research
   •  EP 9970 - Graduate Teaching Instruction
   •  EP 9999 - Ph.D. Dissertation Research

English as a Second Language

   •  ESL 500 - Introduction to Global Studies and Leadership
   •  ESL 800 - American English Language & Culture and U.S. Higher Education
   •  ESL 801 - Workplace Communication for English Language Learners
   •  ESL 802 - Multiskills English for Speakers of Other Languages
   •  ESL 803 - Oral Expression in English for Speakers of Other Languages
   •  ESL 804 - TOEFL Test Preparation
   •  ESL 805 - Pronunciation Workshop
   •  ESL 806 - Advanced Oral Communication
   •  ESL 901 - ESL-Academic Writing I
   •  ESL 902 - Advanced Writing II - ESL
   •  ESL 903 - Academic Writing for Advanced Graduate Students
   •  ESL 905 - American English Pronunciation and Conversation
   •  ESL 906 - American English Conversation
   •  ESL 907 - Oral Academic Communication I
   •  ESL 908 - Oral Academic Communication II
   •  ESL 909 - Oral Academic Communication III
   •  ESL 910 - Accent Modification
   •  ESL 911 - Classroom Communication I
   •  ESL 912 - Classroom Communication for Graduate Teaching Assistants II
   •  ESL 913 - Academic Communications Seminar for Researchers- Oral Skills
   •  ESL 914 - Academic Communication Seminar for Researchers - Writing Skills
   •  ESL 915 - Special Topics: English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

English-Academic, Professional, & Creative Writing

   •  ENWR 5310 - Advanced Poetry Writing
   •  ENWR 5559 - New Course in Academic, Professional, and Creative Writing
   •  ENWR 5610 - Advanced Fiction Writing
   •  ENWR 7310 - Advanced Poetry Writing
   •  ENWR 7559 - New Course in Academic, Professional, and Creative Writing
   •  ENWR 7610 - Fiction Writing
   •  ENWR 8559 - New Course in Academic, Professional, and Creative Writing
   •  ENWR 8993 - Independent Writing Project
   •  ENWR 8995 - Research in Creative Writing
   •  ENWR 8999 - MFA Non-Topical Research

English-American Literature to 1900

   •  ENAM 5559 - New Course in American Studies
   •  ENAM 8100 - Early American Literature
   •  ENAM 8130 - Early African American Literature
   •  ENAM 8150 - American Romanticism
   •  ENAM 8300 - American Poetry of the Nineteenth Century
   •  ENAM 8360 - African-American Poetry
   •  ENAM 8520 - Major American Authors
   •  ENAM 8540 - Studies in American Fiction
   •  ENAM 8559 - New Course in American Literature To 1900
   •  ENAM 8630 - Nineteenth-Century Fiction
   •  ENAM 8880 - Literature of the South
   •  ENAM 8900 - Disability Studies
   •  ENAM 9100 - Early American Literature
   •  ENAM 9500 - Seminar in American Literature
   •  ENAM 9559 - New Course in American Literature To 1900
   •  ENAM 9810 - Studies in African-American Literature
   •  ENAM 9910 - Research in American Literature

English-Criticism

   •  ENCR 5559 - New Course in Criticism
   •  ENCR 5620 - History of Literary Criticism
   •  ENCR 5650 - Books as Physical Objects
   •  ENCR 5670 - Theory and Feminism
   •  ENCR 5800 - Queer Theories and Queer Practices
   •  ENCR 8100 - Introduction to Literary Research
   •  ENCR 8559 - New Course in Criticism
   •  ENCR 8600 - Criticism in Theory and Practice
   •  ENCR 8610 - An Introduction to Modern Literary Theory and Criticism
   •  ENCR 8620 - Critical Theory Since Plato
   •  ENCR 8630 - Twentieth-Century Criticism
   •  ENCR 8640 - Critical Methods
   •  ENCR 8670 - Feminist Theory
   •  ENCR 9500 - Seminar in Critical Theory
   •  ENCR 9559 - New Course in Criticism
   •  ENCR 9650 - Introduction to Textual Criticism and Scholarly Editing

English-Genre Studies

   •  ENGN 8310 - The Lyric Genre
   •  ENGN 8400 - Drama From 1660 to the Late Nineteenth Century
   •  ENGN 8559 - New Course in Genre Studies
   •  ENGN 9500 - Seminar in Literary Genres I, II
 

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