English Course Offerings
The courses below will be offered online in Summer 2021. Apart from Session 4 courses, which all meet twice a week, summer courses generally follow a 4-day schedule i.e. M-Th. However, most courses only meet live online for two of those days (e.g. MW) and the other two days students are assigned asynchronous work that they complete independently (e.g. TTh). Mandatory meeting times for courses are provided below.
Session 1: June 7 – June 30 (4 weeks)
|ENGL 151W||Readings in British Literature||QNSLIT, WRIC||Coluccio||5335||M/W 9:00-11:40am|
|ENGL 152||Readings in American Literature||USED, QNSLIT||Simon||5336||M/TH 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 152W||Readings in American Literature||USED, QNSLIT, WRIC||Goldberg||5338||T/TH 6:00-7:15pm|
|ENGL 157W||Readings in Global Literature in English||WCGI, QNSLIT, WRIC||Kotler||5339||M/W 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 157W||Readings in Global Literature in English||WCGI, QNSLIT, WRIC||Kapuscinski||5340||M/W 9:00-11:40am|
|ENGL 161||Introduction to Narrative||QNSLIT||Koroleva||5341||asynchronous course|
|ENGL 161W||Introduction to Narrative||QNSLIT, WRIC||Altman||5342||M/W 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 162W||Literature and Place||QNSLIT, WRIC||Goff||5344||M/W 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 165W||Introduction to Poetry||CE, QNSLIT, WRIC||Sherman||5345||M/T/W/Th 9:00-11:40am|
|ENGL 165W||Introduction to Poetry||CE, QNSLIT, WRIC||Hizme||5346||M/W 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 165W||Introduction to Poetry||CE, QNSLIT, WRIC||Embree||5347||M/T/W/Th 6:00-8:40pm|
|ENGL 210W||Introduction to Creative Writing||WRIC||Miceli||5349||M/T/W/Th 9:00-11:40am|
|ENGL 210W||Introduction to Creative Writing||WRIC||Williams||5350||M/W 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 328||VT: Children’s Literature||(for English majors)||Myers||5351||M/T/Th 9:00-11:40am|
|ENGL 719||Studies in Medieval Literature||(for MA students)||Currie||5352||asynchronous course|
|ENGL 781||Special Seminars||(for MA students)||Sirlin||5353||M/T/W/Th 6:45-8:25pm|
Session 4: June 7 – August 16 (10 weeks)
|ENGL 110||College Writing 1||EC||Kim||5330||T/Th 1:00-2:40pm|
|ENGL 110||College Writing 1||EC||Larsson||5331||M/W 6:30-8:30pm|
|ENGL 130||Writing about Literature in English||EC (CW2)||Martinez||5334||M/W 1:00-3:05pm|
Session 2: July 6 – July 29 (4 weeks)
|ENGL 152||Readings in American Literature||USED, QNSLIT||Lehman||5337||Th 6:30-7:30pm|
|ENGL 165W||Introduction to Poetry||CE, QNSLIT, WRIC||Wang||5354||T/Th 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 210W||Introduction to Creative Writing||WRIC||Szlauderbach||5355||M/Th 1:00-3:40pm|
|ENGL 211W||Introduction to Writing Nonfiction||WRIC||Cornetta||5356||M/Th 6:00-8:40pm|
Session 3: July 6 – August 16 (6 weeks)
|ENGL 110||College Writing 1||EC||Benavidez||5357||M 10:15a-12:30p|
|ENGL 110||College Writing 1||EC||Soule||5358||M/T/W/Th 10:15a-12:30p|
|ENGL 130||Writing about Literature in English||EC (CW2)||Castillo||5359||M/W 6:30-8:04pm|
|ENGL 130||Writing about Literature in English||EC (CW2)||Srinivasan||5360||T/Th 2:00-3:34pm|
|ENGL 130||Writing about Literature in English||EC (CW2)||Figel||5361||M/Th 10:00-11:34am|
|ENGL 151W||Readings in British Literature||QNSLIT, WRIC||Dev||5362||M/W 9:00-11:40am|
|ENGL 152W||Readings in American Literature||USED, QNSLIT, WRIC||Unni||5363||M/W 2:00-3:34pm|
|ENGL 161W||Introduction to Narrative||QNSLIT, WRIC||Keane||5364||asynchronous course|
|ENGL 165W||Introduction to Poetry||CE, QNSLIT, WRIC||Meric||5365||M/T/W/Th 6:30-8:04pm|
|ENGL 165W||Introduction to Poetry||CE, QNSLIT, WRIC||Adler||5366||T/Th 10:00-11:34am|
|ENGL 170W||Introduction to Liter||WRIC||Housseas||5348||M/T/W/Th 9:00-11:15am|
|ENGL 210W||Introduction to Creative Writing||WRIC||Cloarec||5368||asynchronous course|
|ENGL 210W||Introduction to Creative Writing||WRIC||Plosia||5369||M/T/W/Th 12:00-1:34pm|
|ENGL 241||The Text in its Historical Moment||(for English majors)||Nicolosi||5370||W/Th 12:00-2:15pm|
|ENGL 243||Genre||(for English majors)||Hebert||5371||M/W 6:00-8:15pm|
|ENGL 360||VT: Latino/Latina Literature||(for English majors)||Torres||5372||T/Th 2:00-3:34pm|
|ENGL 723||Studies in Romantic Literature||(for MA students)||Marotta||5373||M/W 6:00-8:05pm|
|ENGL 781||Special Seminars||(for MA students)||Richie||5374||T/Th 6:00-8:05pm|
4 Reasons to take English Summer Classes at QC in 2021
- QC summer courses typically cost less – sometimes much less! – than summer courses offered at other 4-year colleges in NYC. Get more for your money by taking summer courses at QC.
- Completion/Catch Up
- If you need English courses to complete your degree, take summer classes to avoid waiting until the Fall.
- If you need to catch up on coursework, summer classes offer you the opportunity to do so.
- QC English offers courses during all four summer sessions. You can complete a course quickly in a 4-week or 6-week session, or move at a slower pace by taking a 10-week course in Session 1.
- Online instruction means that you can learn from the comfort of your home (or anywhere in the world).
- Many courses are partly asynchronous, which means that you do not have to attend class every day of the week.
- Class Size
- Classes in the English Department at Queens College typically are the smallest compared with other CUNY colleges. This means more opportunities to interact with your instructor and more opportunities to engage with other students. Take advantage of learning within a small, engaged class community.