ENGL2332: WORLD LITERATURE I



Instructor

Susan Baker


Instructor Email

Instructor Phone

(940) 668-6240

 

Course Description

Study of selected masterpieces of world literature from the Ancient World to the Renaissance. This 3-hour credit Internet course covers the same content as a traditional college literature class. In addition, the course is similar to a traditional course in that you receive a syllabus and regular lesson assignments, and you have the opportunity to communicate regularly with the instructor.

 

 

Course Requirements



Prerequisite(s)

Successful completion of English 1302 with a grade of D or higher.

 

Textbook

The Norton Anthology of World Literature. 3 Volume set. Volumes A - C. 2nd ed. New York: Norton, 2002.

 

Technology

All coursework is completed online. No campus visits are required. Students need a computer with a reliable Internet connection, as well as a word processing application (e.g., Microsoft Word).

 

Important

Expect to spend around 8 hours per week on this course.

 

 

Additional Resources



Sample Syllabus (PDF)