2020 - 2021 Graduate Bulletin


Course Description

EN 462 Literature for Young Adults 3-4 cr.

  • Prerequisite: Junior standing

A comprehensive study of books for young adults, designed for secondary school teachers. Needs and interests of adolescents are studied in conjunction with the application of selection principles to fiction and nonfiction of all types. Emphasis is placed on developmental reading for the accelerated, the average and the reluctant student.

Note: Cross-listed with ED 462. Available for an additional research credit; students must be registered for the three-credit course before signing up for the additional credit. This additional credit must be added separately.