The following is a list of spring 2017 Barnard English courses that require special sign-up. (A list of spring 2017 Barnard Film Studies courses that require special sign-up can be found on the Film Studies website.) The need for special sign-up as well as how to do so is also stated in the prerequisites section of each course's course description in the Online Catalogue.
The following courses will be L courses for Barnard students and signing up for them is handled by the Registrar directly. (Please note that the L course sign-up process does not apply to Columbia students.)
ENGL BC3093: The English Conference
ENGL BC3104: The Art of the Essay - registered and interested students MUST attend the first day of class.
ENGL BC3130: The American Cowboy and the Iconography of the West
ENGL BC3142: Major English Texts I
ENTH BC3144: Black Theatre
ENGL BC3146: Walk This Way
ENGL BC3147: Intro to Narrative Medicine
ENGL BC3160: The English Colloquium - open only to Barnard English majors.
ENGL BC3163: Shakespeare II
ENGL BC3177: Victorian Literature: The Novel
ENGL BC3180: American Literature 1800-1870
ENGL BC3189: Postmodernism
ENGL BC3193: Critical Writing - open only to Barnard students.
ENRE BC3810: Literary Approaches to the Bible
ENGL BC3908: Sr. Sem: The American Sublime - open only to Barnard senior English majors.
ENGL BC3909: Sr. Sem: The Family in Fiction and Film - open only to Barnard senior film majors and Barnard senior English majors with a film concentration.
ENGL BC3910: Sr. Sem: Sexuality, Sin, and Spirituality - open only to Barnard senior English majors.
ENGL BC3912: Sr. Sem: Utopias and Dystopias - open only to Barnard senior English majors.
ENGL BC3913: Sr. Sem: Human and Other Animal Identities - open only to Barnard senior English majors.
Courses that Require Instructor Permission
There are no classes that require instructor permission in Spring 2017.
Courses that Require a Writing Sample to Apply
A writing sample is required to apply to creative writing courses. As space is limited in creative writing courses, not all students who apply are guaranteed admittance. If a student simply adds the course to myBarnard or SSOL without submitting a writing sample, it will NOT ensure their enrollment. Directions and the required cover sheet for writing samples are available in the English Department Office (417 Barnard Hall) as well as on the Forms section of this website. Writing samples with cover sheets should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm two weeks before classes begin (January 3 for the spring 2017 semester). Admit lists will be posted on the Admit Lists section of this website as the department receives them from the professors. Students cannot add these courses to their schedules until after they are admitted. If an admit list is not posted for a class before its first meeting, attend it.
ENGL BC3106: Fiction & Personal Narrative
ENGL BC3108: Introduction to Fiction Writing
ENGL BC3110: Introduction to Poetry Writing
ENGL BC3114: Playwriting II
ENGL BC3116: Story Writing II
ENGL BC3122: Creative Non-Fiction: The Gendered Memoir
ENGL BC3125: Advanced Poetry Writing II
ENGL BC3126: Advanced Projects in Prose
ENGL BC3134: Creative Non-Fiction
Courses Requiring their own Application Process
There are no classes that require their own application process in spring 2017.
Students may also find it helpful to know that a list of spring 2017 Barnard Film Studies courses that have special sign-up procedures can be found on the Film Studies website. Any questions about English or Film Studies sign-ups that are not answered above may be directed to email@example.com.
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