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. Students 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.

WINTER 1992 JUNIOR/SENIOR WRITING COURSES

This list is subject to change by the English composition Board. Updated versions are posted on the bulletin boards outside 1419 Mason Hall and 1213 Angell Hall. Check these locations to learn about additions or deletions or call POINT-10 (764-6810) or you can access an updated list through MTS on CCID:PT10@um(JR-SR.WINTER)

AFRO-AMERICAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES
358. Topics in Black World Studies.
Section 002 Social Science and the African American Experience.
418/Poli.Sci. 419. Black Americans and the Political System. (Section 001.)

458. Issues in Black World Studies. Section 001 Black Feminist Thought.

AMERICAN CULTURE

430.Amer. Cult. 430. Theories of Feminism. Section 001 Black Feminist Thought.

490. American Film Genres. (Section 002-004 Only.)

496. Historical Approaches to American Culture.

Section 001 History of the American West.

Section 003 Michigan in the Age of Industrialization.

Section 004 Law and Society in American History.

Section 005 Popular Performance in Urban America, 1820-1920.

Section 006 Asian American Communities in the Midwest

ANTHROPOLOGY
Cultural 331. Family, Work, and Power. (Section 001.)

ASIAN STUDIES
381. Junior/Senior Colloquium for Concentrators.
Section 001 Nationalism and War in 20th Century Asia.

Section 002 Abacus and Sword: Japan's Early Modern Centuries

BIOLOGY
301. Writing for Biologists. (Sections 001-012.)

CHEMISTRY
479. Technical Communication in Chemistry. (Section 001.)

COMMUNICATION

302. Writing for the Mass Media. (Sections 002-005.)

405. Media and the Arts. (Section 001-002.)

409. The Michigan Journalist. (Section 001)

427. Preparation of Radio and TV Continuity.
(Sections 001-004.)

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
422. Literature and Other Arts.
Section 001 Fantasies of Power: Literature, Art and Politics Between the Wars, 1919-1939.
430. Comparative Studies in Fiction. Section 001 Faust and the Faust Legend in English Translation.

ECONOMICS
333. Economics of Industrial Policy. (Section 001.)
422. Structure of Labor Markets. (Section 001.)
491/History 491. History of the American Economy.
(Section 001.)
495. Seminar in Economics.
Section 001 Trade Policy, Competitiveness and U.S. Japanese Economic Relations.
Section 002 Law and Economics.
Section 003 Applied Microeconomic Modelling.

ENGLISH COMPOSITION BOARD

300. Seminar in Peer Tutoring. (Section 001.)
ENGLISH
302. Writing About Good Books. (Section 001.)
317. Literature and Culture.
Section 003 Bigotry and Maturity in the Literature of Two Cultures.
329. Practical English. (Sections 001 and 002.)
351. Literature in English, 1660 to the Present. (Section 001.)
370. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature.
Section 001 The Renaissance Epic.
Section 002 The Development of the Self.
Section 003 Epic and Romance.
371. Studies in Literature, 1600-1830.
Section 001 Literary Representations of Family and Culture.
Section 002 Neoclassicalism and Romanticism.
Section 003 The Literature of Power: the Gothic and the Sublime
372. Studies in Literature, 1830-Present.
Section 001 Rewriting Literary History Through Fiction.
Section 002 Racial Conflict and American Literature.
Section 003 Madness, Deviance, and Sexuality.
Section 004 The Argument with Nature.
417. Senior Seminar. (Sections 001-012.)

GEOGRAPHY
310/RC Soc.Sci. 310. Food, Population, and Energy.
(Section 001.)

GERMAN
442. Faust and the Faust Legend in English Translation.
(Section 001.)

HISTORY

391/Econ. 391. History of the American Economy.
(Section 001.)

396.History Colloquium.

Section 001 Nationalism and War in 20th Century Asia.

Section 002 Social Science and the African American Experience.

Section 003 Under the Eagle's Wings: The American Occupation of Japan, 1945-52.

Section 004 Contemporary Russian Politics and Culture.

Section 005 Health and Disease in the Age of Victoria.

Section 006 Michigan in the Age of Industrialization.

Section 007 Law and Society in American History.

Section 008 Comedy in Catholic Contexts.

Section 009 Popular Performance in Urban America, 1820-1920.

Section 010 History of the American West.

Section 011 Abacus and Sword: Japan's Early Modern Centuries

HISTORY OF ART

454/MARC 454. Late Renaissance Art in Italy. (Section 001.)

MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE COLLEGIUM
417/RC Humanities 417. Epic and Saga. Section 001: Voices of Epic: Heroic Narrative in Living Performance.
429. The Northern Renaissance: Thematic Studies III.
Section 001 The Development of the Self.

454/Hist. of Art 454. Late Renaissance Art in Italy.
(Section 001.)

MUSIC HISTORY AND MUSICOLOGY
406. Special Course. Section 001 Epic and Romance. Voices of Epic: Heroic Narrative in Living Performance.

NEAR EASTERN STUDIES
GNE 446. Modern Near Eastern Literature. (Section 001.)

PHILOSOPHY
389. History of Philosophy. (Section 003 Only.)

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

POLITICAL SCIENCE
418 Women and the Political System. (Section 001.)
419/CAAS 418. Black Americans and the Political Process.
(Section 001.)
444. Government and Politics of the Soviet Union.
(Section 001.)
453. Government and Politics of the Middle East.
(Section 001.)
460. Problems in World Politics. (Section 001.)

465. Political Development and Dependence. (Section 001.)

PSYCHOLOGY

310. Superlab in Psychology as a Natural Science.
(Sections 001-006.)

415. Advanced Laboratory in Psychopathology.
(Sections 001 and 010.)

444. Perception. (Section 001 Only.)

501. Special Problems in Psychology, Social Science.
Section 001 Dreams as Model of Conflicts and Resolution

516/Soc. 587. Advanced Lab in Social Psychology.
(Sections 001-002.)

517. Advanced Laboratory in Developmental Psychology.
(Section 001.)

519. Advanced Lab in Social Psychology. (Section 002 ONLY.)

521. Advanced Laboratory in Judgement and Decision Making. (Section 001.)

556. Psychological Study of Lives. (Section 001.)

575. Perspectives in Advanced Psychopathology.
(Section 001.)

578. History of Psychology. (Section 001.)

RELIGION
396. Comedy in Catholic Contexts. (Section 001.)

RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE

Humanities 312/Slavic Film 312. Central European Cinema.

Humanities 333. Art and Culture. Section 002 TV Text Analysis: Narratology, Cinematography and Audience.

Humanities 417/MARC 417. Epic and Saga. Section 001:Voices of Epic: Heroic Narrative in Living Performance.

Humanities 452/Russian 452. Survey of Russian Literature. (Section 001.)

Social Science 310/Geography 310. Food, Population, and Energy. (Section 001.)

Social Science 360. Social Science Junior Seminar.

Section 001 Women in International Division of Labor.

Social Science 460. Social Science Senior Seminar.

Section 001- The Cultural Politics of Class in SE Michigan.

Section 002 Asian American Communities in the Midwest

Section 003 Contemporary Russian Politics and Culture.

Humanities 320. Advanced Narration. (Section 001.)
Humanities 325. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001-004.)
Humanities 326. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001-004.)
Humanities 425. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001-004.)
Humanities 426. Creative Writing Tutorial. (Sections 001-004.)

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.

SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Russian 452/RC Hums. 452. Survey of Russian Literature.
(Section 001.)
Slavic Film 312/RC Hums. 312. Central European Cinema.

SOCIOLOGY
310. Introduction to Research Methods. (Section 001.)

587/Psych. 516. Advanced Lab in Social Psychology.
(Sections 001-002.)

STATISTICS
402. Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
(Sections 026, 030 and 032 only.)

WOMEN'S STUDIES

430/Amer. Cult. 430. Theories of Feminism. Section 001 Black Feminist Thought.

480. Special Topics.
Section 004 Women and the Political System.
Section 007 Jamaican Women Writers.
Section 010 Women in International Division of Labor.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION (Division 291)
486. Design of Computer Documentation. (Section 001.)
498. Technical and Professional Writing.
(Sections 010-013, 020-024, 030-034, 040-044, 060, 070,
080, 090 Only.)

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.

This list reflects information available as of 1/27/92