ENG 231 English: Forms and Functions

3 credits, Fall and Spring

Examines the English language as a medium of communication dependent upon linguistic structures that can produce a wide range of verbal expression. Students will acquire a working knowledge of the linguistic structures of the English language. They will also examine the relation between linguistic choices and academic, creative, and journalistic styles. Restricted to English language and literature majors and minors and interdisciplinary studies majors with English as one of their disciplines.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in ENG 152 or equivalent