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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Courses & Current Schedule

Page address: http://english.mnsu.edu/rhetoric/curriculum.html

Current Course Offerings

For a complete list of course offerings for the 2018-2022 Teaching Writing Certificate or for the English curriculum for the MS Comm/Comp, please see below. 

 

MS Communication & Composition and Teaching Writing Graduate Certificate Schedule

2018-2022

 

Please note: This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change.

Semester

Course

Instructor

Fall 2018

625: Composition Theory

656: Teacher Research

622

629: Second Language Literacy Dev.

Cole

Cole

Camp (f2f only)

Henderson Lee

Spring 2019

584: Pedagogical Grammar

657: Teaching Writing with Literature

Lybeck

Arnold

Summer 2019

555: Advanced Writing Workshop

625: Composition Theory

Cole

Cole

Fall 2019

625: Composition Theory

656: Teacher Research

622

Cole

Cole

Camp (f2f only)

Spring 2020

625: Composition Theory

584: Pedagogical Grammar

655: Topics in Teaching Writing

594: Writing Center Theory and Ped

Cole

Lybeck

Arnold

TBA

Summer 2020

554: Persuasive Writing on Public Issues

555: Advanced Writing Workshop

Cole

Cole

Fall 2020

625: Composition Theory

656: Teacher Research

622

629: Second Language Literacy Dev.

Cole

Cole

TBA

Henderson Lee

Spring 2021

625: Composition Theory

584: Pedagogical Grammar

657: Teaching Writing with Literature

Cole

Lybeck

Arnold

Summer 2021

555: Advanced Writing Workshop

655: Topic: Multimodal Composition

Cole

Fall 2021

625: Composition Theory

656: Teacher Research

621/22

Cole

Cole

TBA

Spring 2022

625: Composition Theory

584: Pedagogical Grammar

655: Topics in Teaching Writing

594: Writing Center Theory and Ped

Cole

Lybeck

Arnold

TBA

Summer 2022

553: Topics: Feminist Pedagogy and Research

555: Advanced Writing Workshop

Cole

 

Teaching Writing Certificate and MS Communication and Composition (English) Requirements

Common Core

·       Under most circumstances no more than 6 credits counted in other programs can be counted in the certificate or MS Comm/Comp.

·       ENG 555 is offered as variable credit, but in order to complete the certificate students must take 18 credits. Certificate students must take ENG 555 for at least 3 credits.

 

ENG 555 Advanced Writing Workshop 0-4

ENG 625 Seminar: Composition Theory 3

ENG 656 Teacher Research in the Writing Classroom 3

 

Restricted Electives

Choose 9 Credit(s).

·       Special topics courses are subject to approval based on the focus of the course when offered. Please note ENG 622 or ENG 623 may be taken, with the permission of the instructor, as a substitution for ENG 655. ENG 622 or ENG 623 are only offered face-to-face.

 

ENG 553 Topics in Rhetoric and Composition 4

ENG 554 Persuasive Writing on Public Issues 4

ENG 584 Pedagogical Grammar and Academic English 4

ENG 629 Second Language Literacy Development 3

ENG 649 Topics in Creative Writing 1-3

ENG 655 Topics in Teaching Writing 3

ENG 657 Teaching Writing with Literature 3

ENG 658 Seminar: Argumentation Theory 3