ENG-298 Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice is an upper-level course that focuses on the novel by Jane Austen and the ways in which she expressed her concerns and preoccupations with the changes that occurred in her time. These changes included: the status of women; the interconnection between marriage, money and love; and the relationship between social status and wealth. Students will have an opportunity to extend their critical and analytical abilities by assessing those issues and their influence on Austen's central characters. Satisfies the humanities general education requirement.
Advisory: Students should please consider carefully whether they want to register for ENG-393-OL, which is a 3-credit course, or ENG-298-OL, which is a 1-credit course that requires students to read only one of the three novels required in the former. It is not possible to earn credit for both of these courses, either by registering simultaneously, or by registering for one and then for the other at a future date.
Study Methods:Online Courses (ENG-298-OL) Jan 2013 Feb 2013 Mar 2013 Apr 2013 May 2013 Jun 2013
Semester Hours: 1
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