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Post-Baccalaureate Options for Undergrads

500 level classes are available, by permission number, to advanced undergraduate students. If interested please contact the instructor specified below, pay attention to any prerequisites and be prepared for more in-depth coursework. These classes are a great opportunity for students considering graduate school. 

Fall 2022

LTWR 513: Studies in Contemporary Literature

This advanced level multi-genre course will focus on key works and issues in literature produced within the last 20-25 years. Fiction, poetry, drama, and mixed genre work will be considered. Emphasis will be placed on difficult and inventive works, and on exploring the connections and conflicts between differing narrative, poetic, and dramatic structures (both conventional and non-conventional) and the relationship between literary conventions and cultural context. It is strongly suggested that undergraduates taking this course have completed 308b or 309b. In Fall 2022, this class meets in-person on Tuesdays from 5:30-8:20pm in MARK 303.

Prerequisites for undergraduates: Consent of instructor required. 

Satisfies: Elective distribution requirements for the major

Contact Dr. Wallace for a permission number!