Undergraduate Courses, Summer 2016

Times and locations of class meetings are subject to change. Consult the UF Schedule of Courses for official class times and locations and an explanation of the class period abbreviations.

Non-Repeatable Courses

Students may not repeat for credit courses that are not listed as repeatable in the Undergraduate Catalog. If you register for non-repeatable courses that you have previously taken, you will earn no credit for those courses and they will not count toward fulfillment of degree requirements.

While some upper-division courses taught by the Department of English are repeatable for credit, many are not. You are responsible for knowing which courses may, and which courses may not, be repeated. You should, therefore, consult the Undergraduate Catalog in order to confirm that courses for which you wish to register more than once are, in fact, repeatable for credit.

Upper Division (3000–4000) Courses, Summer Sessions A & B

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Summer A
Course no.SectionTime(s)RoomCourse titleInstructor
moreENC 3312 02A2MTWRF 4 TUR B 310 Advanced Argumentative Writing and Digital Rhetoric Greene
moreENL 3154 023GMTWRF 3 TUR 2305 Modern British Poetry Bryant
moreENL 4333 02A4MTWRF 1 TUR 2322 Shakespeare and Film Burt
moreLIT 3003 025FMTWRF 5 TUR 2350 The Forms of Narrative: Narrating the Ineffable Ruiz-Poveda
moreLIT 3043 023FMTWRF 2 TUR 2334 Modern Drama: Learning by Doing Homan
Summer B
Course no.SectionTime(s)RoomCourse titleInstructor
moreAML 4242 4035MTWRF 5 TUR 2333 The Campus Novel Brink
moreAML 4453 4G80MTWRF 3 TUR 2336 American Victorianism Gilchrist
moreENC 3310 4F72MTWRF 4 TUR B310 Advanced Exposition: Digital Rhetoric as Scholarship Beveridge
moreENG 3010 4A02MTWRF 3 TUR 2349 The Theory and Practice of Modern Criticism Sánchez
moreENL 4273 41F7MTWRF 2 TUR 2322 Covert Plots: Secrecy and Espionage in Twentieth Century British Literature Hernandez