The academic calendar can be found at http://www.weber.edu/registrar/2013-2014_academic_calendar.html
ALL FACULTY RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THESE SYLLABI. Please use them as examples of what you'll be reading/covering.
Summer 2013 Registration opens April 1, 2013. Below is a brief description of the 6000-level classes we anticipate offering:
Part of term (POT) is the following:
POT 2: first seven-weeks of the semester May 6 - June 21
POT 3: second seven-weeks of the semester June 24 - August 14
MENG 6240 American Lit: Immigration Dr. Becky Jo Gesteland POT 2 4:30 - 7:10 TR EH
MENG 6250 Brit Lit: Flirtation, Love, Lit Dr. Jennifer Mitchell POT 2 4:30 - 7:10 MW Davis 303
MENG 6330 Literary/Rhetrorical Stylistics Dr. Susan McKay POT 3 4:30 - 7:10 MW EH
MENG 6520 Seminar in Shakespeare
Fall 2013 Class Schedule
Fall 2013 registration begins April 8, 2013. Check the academic calendar for more info.
MENG 6010 Intro to Graduate Studies Dr. Crimmel
MENG 6110 Writing for Teachers Dr. Butler at WSU Davis
MENG 6710 Angels & Monsters Dr. Mitchell
MENG 6250 Brit Lit: Victorian Facts Dr. Rogers
MENG 6510 Cather & Wharton Dr. Burrows POT 2
MENG 6710 The Whale Dr. Gesteland POT 3
MENG 6260 World Lit: Lit & Spirituality Dr. Subbiah
MENG 6610 Genre: Writing Short Fiction Dr. Griffiths
Spring 2014 Tentative Schedule
MENG 5210/6120 Teaching Young Adult Lit and Practicum Dr. Dohrer at WSU Davis
MENG 6510 Emily Dickinson Dr. Schwiebert 2.0 credits in 8 weeks
MENG 6710 Variable Topic Dr. Rogers 2.0 credits in 8 weeks
MENG 6260 World Lit: Don Quixote Dr. Bergeson
MENG 6710 Editing Grad Literary Journal
MENG 6010 Intro to Grad Studies Dr. Crimmel
MENG 6250 Brit Lit: Love in Literature Dr. Seal
MENG 6710 Aelurus Publishing Dr. Ramirez
MENG 6710 Literature of the South Dr. Young
We will have about 12 5000-level classes that will count toward your electives. We will also offer MENG 6410 Strat/Methods of Teaching ESL and MENG 6450 ESL/Bilingal Assessment. We don't know the day/times yet.
Registration hints can be found at http://www.weber.edu/registration.
The syllabi above may be modified as the faculty see fit, but this gives you an idea of how the class is structured and what you can anticipate. If you have any specific questions, follow the link in the purple bar to the "Faculty Listing." You'll find email and phone. (I'd try email. It gets checked even when the faculty are out of the office.)
Keep in mind that nine credit hours of 5000-level classes will count toward electives. Just make sure you take something new; don't repeat a class you had in your undergrad.
If you have any questions about requirements, check Cat Tracks in the student portal. If you still have questions email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us at 801.626.7179.
Enjoy your classes!