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English 350, 352, 354, 615, 842
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Graduate Courses (English 350)
Graduate Courses (American Literature 352)
Graduate Courses (Film 354)
Graduate Courses (Linguistics 615)
Graduate Courses (Rhetoric 842)
History 512
Industrial Mathematics
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Public Administration 834, 831
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World Languages and Cultures 410
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  Camden Graduate Catalog 2016-2018 Graduate School-Camden English 350, 352, 354, 615, 842 Graduate Courses (Linguistics 615)  

Graduate Courses (Linguistics 615)

56:615:520 Structure of the English Language (3)

Linguistic analysis of the grammar of modern American English: phonetics, morphology, syntax, and semantics.

56:615:530 History of the English Language (3) Evolution of English syntax and course of phonemic change; social and political context in which English is developed.
56:615:550 Linguistics and Literature (3) Application of concepts of linguistic analysis to the interpretation of literary texts. Topics include metaphor, speech acts, politeness, inference, point of view, and speech/thought presentation.
56:615:560 Language, Power, and Politics (3) Covers a range of political issues concerning language, including language attitudes (discrimination, "authority," "correctness" in language), dialects/standard language ideology, political speech, language policy in the United States, advertising, gender, politically correct language, and ecolinguistics.
56:615:595,596 Special Topics in Linguistics (3,3)

Readings in a specific topic chosen by the instructor.

56:615:597,598 Independent Study in Linguistics (3,3)

Independent study in directed readings.

Available only by special arrangement.
 
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