Courses & Advising

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CSU English Department Courses

English department courses are opportunities for you to explore the ways in which we employ the language to meet demands of the twenty-first century. A vibrant and diverse group of teacher educators, linguists, literary scholars, novelists, composition specialists, and writers of creative nonfiction comprises your faculty.

Scroll down for descriptions of Summer and Fall 2024 course offerings (class time and instructor subject to change) and access important links to help you begin mapping out your English education today.

CSU English students in class

Course Registration, Availability, and the University Course Catalog

The course descriptions on this web page aim to provide a sense of our disciplinary scope. To search for course availability or register for courses, students with access can login to RAMweb. Incoming or prospective students can visit CSU's online course catalog to browse a general listing of English department courses. New students can apply to CSU or reach out for more information. New undergraduates can schedule a visit.

Summer 2024 Courses

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Undergraduate Courses, Summer 2024

Fall 2024 Courses

 Click on course titles to expand their respective descriptions, and to help plan your immersion in the interdisciplinary study of language arts. Class times/intstructors are subject to change.

Undergraduate Courses, Fall 2024

Academic Success Coordinators

provide first-year students and sophomores with their advising code

review check sheets and undergraduate degree plans

Help English students navigate their degree plan

Connect English students with resources across campus that will help them succeed

Kim Daggett

  • Academic Success Coordinator

Eddy 209

Academic Success

Joanna Doxey

  • Academic Success Coordinator

Eddy 209A

New 200 Level Courses

Join us for interdisciplinary explorations and deep-dives into Creative Writing, English Education, Linguistics, Literature, and Rhetoric!

Colorado State University students walking to and from classes on the Lory Student Center Plaza, May 3, 2019.

Incoming Students: Ready to take the next step?

If you're ready to join a diverse and inclusive group, which values individual voice and the power of community, and if you're curious about studying challenging ideas and texts, take the next step toward your English education at Colorado State University.

Click one of the options to schedule a visit, apply to CSU, or find more of the information you seek.

The Rambler

The Rambler is a semesterly printable document that provides current preregistration advising information and descriptions of special courses available for the coming semester. It also includes a range of timely and important topics for English majors and minors.

Click the button above for this semester's issue of The Rambler, and find an archive of past issues in The Rambler archive, also linked above.

In each issue of The Rambler, you will find:

  • Advising information
  • Course descriptions
  • Registration details
  • Important dates
  • Composition Placement Challenge & Re-evaluation essay information
  • Award information
  • Internship information