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  • Classical Mythology Course | UW Independent Learning
    Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school graduation or consent of adviser Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U244-370 (2016-02-16)
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  • Freshman Composition Course | UW Independent Learning
    diploma or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-102 (2016-02-16)
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  • The Bible as Literature Course | UW Independent Learning
    Desire2Learn D2L Submit Assignments Request Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 151 The Bible as Literature Careful analysis of the prose and verse of the Old and New Testaments No systematic knowledge of the Bible is required You will do close readings of scriptural passages to identify their use of narrative imagery suspense dialogue and other literary elements Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school diploma or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials The Harper Collins Study Bible any edition ISBN 0060786833 U350 151 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional or required See

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-151 (2016-02-16)
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  • Creative Writing: The Short Story Course | UW Independent Learning
    fiction writing as plot characterization point of view and style You will receive feedback on story ideas and drafts and read and discuss at least ten different stories from two different collections Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Bartlett s Roget s Thesaurus ISBN 0316101389 Cathedral ISBN 0679723692 Hodges Harbrace Handbook ISBN 9781111346706 Edition 18th Take Your Characters to Dinner ISBN 0761816941 Tell Me a Riddle ISBN 0813521378 The Least You Should Know about English ISBN 0155069861 Edition 7th U350 203 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Uncle Tom s Children ISBN 0061450200 Will You Always Love Me and Other Stories ISBN 0452274133 Working Men Stories ISBN 0446670197 Order course

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-203 (2016-02-16)
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  • Shakespearean Drama I Course | UW Independent Learning
    Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 219 Shakespearean Drama I Five major comedies Taming of the Shrew A Midsummer Night s Dream The Merchant of Venice Twelfth Night As You Like It together with an early tragedy Romeo and Juliet and two of the better known history plays Richard II Henry IV You will explore racial and gender bias intergenerational conflict realistic versus romantic perspectives and the stormy unpredictable nature of romantic love and revolution You will also consider key stylistic and philosophic features of Shakespeare s writing Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials The Complete Pelican Shakespeare ISBN 0141000589 Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-219 (2016-02-16)
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  • The Courage to Write: Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century Course | UW Independent Learning
    Century Eight novels that changed our world forever You will read and analyze works by Jane Austen Mary Shelley George Sand Charlotte Brontë Harriet Beecher Stowe Harriet Wilson Louisa May Alcott and Kate Chopin for representations of injustice and unconventional heroines The course includes dramatizations and discussions from award winning audio programs Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Frankenstein ISBN 0393927938 Jane Eyre ISBN 0140366784 Little Women ISBN 0140390693 Marianne ISBN 0786705388 Our Nig ISBN 1400031206 Pride and Prejudice ISBN 0141439513 The Awakening and Select Stories ISBN 0451524489 Edition any The Courage to Write Audio CDs 4 U350 249 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Uncle Tom s Cabin ISBN

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-249 (2016-02-16)
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  • Introduction to Twentieth-Century African-American Literature: The Fictional Vision Course | UW Independent Learning
    Course Catalog 0 U350 268 Introduction to Twentieth Century African American Literature The Fictional Vision African American fiction from 1912 to 1984 You will investigate a history of racial injustice transformed into fiction of extraordinary power and importance in works by Zora Neale Hurston James Baldwin Toni Morrison and others Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites None Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials A Gathering of Old Men large format ISBN 0679738908 A Mercy ISBN 0307264238 Brown Girl Brownstones ISBN 0486468321 Go Tell It on the Mountain ISBN 0440330076 Meridian ISBN 0156028344 The Autobiography of an Ex Coloured Man and Other Writings ISBN 1593082894 The Narrows ISBN 0758225083 Their Eyes Were Watching God ISBN 0060838671 Uncle Tom s Children ISBN 0061450200 Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-268 (2016-02-16)
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  • American Indian Literature Course | UW Independent Learning
    0 U350 269 American Indian Literature Fiction prose and poetry of America s original inhabitants You will read works that explore our relationship to nature the struggle between old traditions and new ways American history the family spiritual values and the roles of women Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Ceremony ISBN 0140086838 Mountain Wolf Woman ISBN 0472061097 Songs from This Earth on Turtle s Back ISBN 0912678585 The Ancient Child ISBN 0060973455 The Sacred Hoop Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions ISBN 0807046175 U350 269 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-269 (2016-02-16)
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