ENGLISH COMPOSITION BOARD

Information about the ECB writing assessment essay and tutorials for entering students may be found in the department listings of the LS&A Course Guide under English Composition Board.

JUNIOR/SENIOR WRITING REQUIREMENT:

The College requires all students to complete the Junior/Senior component of the LS&A Writing Requirement. Student s must have at least 55 cumulative credits toward their program before they are eligible to complete this requirement. Specifically, the Junior/Senior Writing Requirement involves successful completion of an approved course or writing program, preferably in the student's field of concentration or special academic interest. Each term the English Composition Board provides a list of such approved courses. A course approved to meet the Junior/Senior part of the Writing Requirement one term is not necessarily approved in a subsequent term. You may call POINT-10 (764-6810) to find out if the course you want is approved for a particular term as well as to learn if any spaces in the class are still available at CRISP. Enrollment in and completion of a course certified by the English Composition Board as a Junior/Senior Writing Course does not automatically guarantee fulfillment of the writing requirement. Students planning to use an approved course to meet the Junior/Senior Writing Requirement must designate the course as such by WRITING "ECB" in the MODIFIER BOX of the ELECTION WORKSHEET. The courses approved by the ECB are listed below.

FALL 1991 JUNIOR/SENIOR WRITING COURSES


This list is subject to change by the English composition Board.

AMERICAN CULTURE
430/Women's Studies 430. Theories of Feminism. (Section 001.)
496. Historical Approaches to American Culture. (Sections 002-003 Only.)

ANTHROPOLOGY
Biological 368/Psychology 368. Primate Social Behavior. (Sections 001-012.)
Cultural 330. Culture, Thought, and Meaning. (Section 001.)

ASTRONOMY
429. Senior Seminar. (Section 001.)

CLASSICAL STUDIES
Class. Civ. 388/Philosophy 388. History of Philosophy. (Section 003.)

COMMUNICATION
302. Writing for the Mass Media. (Sections 001-004.)
405. Media and the Arts. (Section 001-002.)
417. Analyzing Television. (Section 002.)
427. Preparation of Radio and TV Continuity. (Sections 001-003.)

COMPUTER SCIENCE
481/EECS 481. Software Engineering. (Sections 001-004.)

ECONOMICS
407. Marxist Economics. (Section 001.)
481. Government Expenditures. (Sections 001.)
495. Seminar in Economics.
(Section 001 Industrial Growth and Social Institutions.
(Section 002 Supply Side Economics in Perspective.)

ENGLISH COMPOSITION BOARD
300. Seminar in Peer Tutoring. (Section 001.)

ENGLISH
302. Writing About Good Books. (Section 001.)
329. Practical English. (Sections 001 and 002.)
350. Literature in English to 1660. (Sections 001-007.)
370. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature. (All sections.)
371. Studies in Literature, 1600-1830. (All sections.)
372. Studies in Literature, 1830-Present. (All sections.)
417. Senior Seminar. (All sections.)
490. Reading, Writing, and Criticism in the Teaching of English. (Section 001.)

FILM AND VIDEO
414. Film Theory and Criticism. (Section 001.)

GEOLOGY
280. Mineral Resources, Politics, and the Environment. (Section 001.)

HISTORY
396. History Colloquium. (Sections 001-008))

HISTORY OF ART
572. Expressionism in 20th Century Art. (Section 001.)

LINGUISTICS
319. Discourse in the Academic Disciplines. (Section 001.)

NEAR EASTERN STUDIES
GNE 445.Ancient and Classical Near Eastern Literature (Section 001.)

PHILOSOPHY
388/Class. Civ. 388. History of Philosophy: Ancient. (Section 003 ONLY.)

PHYSICS
465. Senior Seminar. (Section 001.)
496. Senior Thesis I. (All Sections.)
497. Senior Thesis II. (All Sections.)

POLITICAL SCIENCE
407. Marxism and 20th Century Radicalism. (Section 001.)
413. American Constitutional Politics. (Section 001.)
423. Politics of the Metropolis. (Section 001.)
431. Public Administration. (Section 001.)
456. Government and Politics of Japan. (Section 001.)
465. Political Development and Dependence. (Section 001.)
470. Comparative Foreign Policy. (Section 001.)
497. Undergraduate Seminar in Comparative and Foreign Government.
(Section 001 Political Development.)
(Section 002 The Welfare State in Comparative Perspective.)

PSYCHOLOGY
310. Superlab in Psychology as a Natural Science. (Sections 001-007).
368/Biol.Anthro. 368. Primate Social Behavior. (Sections 001-012.)
415. Advanced Laboratory in Psychopathology. (Sections 001 ONLY.)
443. Psychology of Thinking. (Section 001. ONLY.)
444. Perception. (Section 001 ONLY.)
482/Soc. 482. Personal Organization and Social Organization. (Sections 001-005).
486/Soc. 486. Attitudes and Social Behavior. (Section 001 ONLY.)
501. Special Problems in Psychology, Social Science. (Section 001 ONLY.)
503. Advanced Laboratory in Judgement and Decision. (Section 002 ONLY.)
516/Soc. 587. Advanced Lab in Social Psychology. (Section 001 and 002 ONLY.)
517. Advanced Laboratory in Developmental Psychology. (Sections 001-005.)
556. Psychological Study of Lives. (Section 001.)
574. Clinical Psychology. (Section 002 ONLY.)
575. Perspectives in Advanced Psychopathology. (Section 001.)

RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE

Humanities 313/Slavic Film 313. Soviet Cinema. (Sections 001-003.)
Humanities 451/Russian 451. Survey of Russian Literature. (Section 001.)

Humanities 320. Advanced Narration. (Section 001.)
Humanities 325. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001, 002, 003 AND 004.)
Humanities 326. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001, 002, 003 AND 004.)
Humanities 425. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001, 002, 003 AND 004.)
Humanities 426. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001, 002, 003 AND 004.)

Only Residential College Creative Writing Concentrators may use RC Humanities 320, 325, 326, 425, and 426, the Creative Writing Tutorials, to satisfy the college writing requirement.

ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
French 401. French Literature in Translation. (Section 001.)
French 453. French Literature of the 17th Century. (Section 001.)

SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Russian 449. Twentieth Century Russian Literature. (Section 001.)
Russian 451/RC Hums. 451. Survey of Russian Literature. (Section 001.)
Slavic Film 313/RC Hums. 313. Soviet Cinema. (Sections 001-003.)

SOCIOLOGY
310. Introduction to Research Methods. (Sections 001-005.)
454. Law and Social Organization. (Section 001.)
482/Psych. 482. Personal Organization and Social Organization. (Sections 001-005).
486/Psych. 486. Attitudes and Social Behavior. (Section 001 ONLY.)
587/Psych. 516. Advanced Laboratory in Social Psychology. (Section 001 ONLY.)

WOMEN'S STUDIES
430/American Culture 430. Theories of Feminism. (Section 001.)

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION (Division 291)
486. Design of Computer Documentation. (Section 001.)
492. Visual Communication of Technical Information. (Section 001.)
498. Technical and Professional Writing. (All Sections.)

ONLY students in the LS&A/Engineering Joint Degree Program and Computer Science concentrators may use these courses to satisfy the JR/SR Writing Requirement. While these courses may be used to meet the JR/SR Writing Requirement, the credits are counted as NON-LS&A.

Prepared by LSA Checkpoint:RCJ 9/16/91