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Complementary Courses in Other Departments

The appearance of a course on these lists of recommended courses does not guarantee that the Department running this course and the instructor will grant permission to a student from Cultural Studies to take this course in 2014-15; please always inquire about the feasibility of taking these courses this academic year. Please also verify the term (Fall or Winter) on the Minerva system, as scheduling may change.

Literature Option

NB: Students in an English program who wish to take an introductory Shakespeare course must take ENGL 315 and not ENGL 215.  If you took ENGL 215 prior to declaring your English program on Minerva, however, that course may count retroactively towards your program requirements in one of:  pre-1800 courses; Major Author; Shakespeare; Renaissance.


Theory and Criticism

ENGL 317 Theory of English Studies 1 (Winter)

Drama and Theatre Option

NB: Students in an English program who wish to take an introductory Shakespeare course must take ENGL 315 and not ENGL 215.  If you took ENGL 215 prior to declaring your English program on Minerva, however, that course may count retroactively towards your program requirements in one of:  Major Figure; Drama and Theatre with an Historical Dimension.

Cultural Studies Option

NB: Students in an English program who wish to take an introductory Shakespeare course must take ENGL 315 and not ENGL 215.  If you took ENGL 215 prior to declaring your English program on Minerva, however, that course may count retroactively towards your program requirements in one of:  Major Figure; Cultural Studies with an Historical Dimension.


Theory and Criticism

ENGL 317 Theory of English Studies 1 (Winter)

Drama and Theatre Option

NB: Students in an English program who wish to take an introductory Shakespeare course must take ENGL 315 and not ENGL 215.  If you took ENGL 215 prior to declaring your English program on Minerva, however, that course may count retroactively towards your program requirements in one of:  Major Figure; Drama and Theatre with an Historical Dimension.

Cultural Studies Option

NB: Students in an English program who wish to take an introductory Shakespeare course must take ENGL 315 and not ENGL 215.  If you took ENGL 215 prior to declaring your English program on Minerva, however, that course may count retroactively towards your program requirements in one of:  Major Figure; Cultural Studies with an Historical Dimension.

400-level / Advanced Courses

All 500-level courses and a certain number of 200-, 300- and 400-level courses have limited enrollment and require instructors' permission. Students hoping to enroll in these courses should consult notices outside the English Department General Office (Arts 155) for the procedures for applying for admission.

An asterisk beside a course number means that the course may be used as part of the pre-1800 English Literature requirement of the Literature Option.

Undergraduate and graduate 500-level courses / Seminars

Note: 500-level courses with an enrollment of fewer than 7 students, and graduate courses with an enrollment of fewer than 4 students will not be given unless warranted by special circumstances.

500-level courses are restricted to an enrolment of 15 students and are open to Master's and advanced undergraduate students. M.A. students are permitted to take two courses at the 500-level. Ph.D. students may not register for 500-level courses.

Permission of instructor required.

200-level / Introductory courses

All 500-level courses and a certain number of 200-, 300- and 400-level courses have limited enrolment and require instructors' permission. Students hoping to enroll in these courses should consult notices outside the English Department General Office (Arts 155) for the procedures for applying for admission.

An asterisk beside a course number means that the course may be used as part of the pre-1800 English Literature requirement of the Literature Option.

300-level / Intermediate Courses

All 500-level courses and a certain number of 200-, 300- and 400-level courses have limited enrolment and require instructors' permission. Students hoping to enroll in these courses should consult notices outside the English Department General Office (Arts 155) for the procedures for applying for admission.

An asterisk beside a course number means that the course may be used as part of the pre-1800 English Literature requirement of the Literature Option.