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English (ENGLISH)

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101 (Effective through Spring 2022) [WRTG] College Composition 3 Course Prerequisite: Appropriate Writing Exam score or completion of ENGLISH 100 with an S grade. Designed to further develop students' academic writing, critical thinking, rhetorical strategies, reading and library skills. Credit not granted for more than one of ENGLISH 101 and 105.

101 [WRTG] College Composition 3 Course Prerequisite: Appropriate Writing Exam score or ENGLISH 100. Designed to further develop students' academic writing, critical thinking, rhetorical strategies, reading and library skills. Credit not granted for more than one of ENGLISH 101 and 105.

105 [WRTG] College Composition for Multilingual Writers 3 Course Prerequisite: Appropriate Writing Exam score, or ENGLISH 104 with a C or better. Designed to further develop academic writing, critical thinking, reading, library skills, and rhetorical strategies for non-native speakers of English. Credit not granted for more than one of ENGLISH 101 and 105.

201 [WRTG] Writing and Research 3 Course Prerequisite: ENGLISH 101, 105, or 298. Designed to develop students' researching skills for writing across the disciplines.

301 [WRTG] Writing and Rhetorical Conventions 3 Course Prerequisite: ENGLISH 101, 105, or 298. Designed to provide students with advanced practice in and study of style, argument, and other rhetorical/discourse conventions.

365 [WRTG] Proposal Writing 3 Course Prerequisite: ENGLISH 101; junior standing Theory and practice in proposal writing with focus on document management, writing and editing, and submission of proposals that consider social and political dimensions to obtain funding for academic or business projects.

402 [WRTG] [M] Technical and Professional Writing 3 Course Prerequisite: ENGLISH 101 or 298; junior standing. Research writing: defining, proposing, reporting progress; presenting a final product; other professional writing needs. Credit not granted for both ENGLISH 402 and 403.

403 [WRTG] [M] Technical and Professional Writing ESL 3 Course Prerequisite: ENGLISH 101 or 105; junior standing; pass University Writing Portfolio. For non-native speakers of English. Special grammatical and rhetorical problems. Credit not granted for both ENGLISH 402 and 403.


Philosophy (PHIL)

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200 [WRTG] Critical Thinking and Writing 3 Application of critical thinking skills to essay writing.


University Writing (WRIT)

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111 (Effective through Summer 2023) [WRTG] Writing and Reading in History 1 Introduction to writing and reading in history and related fields (art history, music history) with focus on how historians ask questions, answer questions, and communicate answers. Suggested corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a lower-division history or related course (art history, music history).

112 (Effective through Summer 2023) [WRTG] Writing and Reading in the Natural Sciences 1 Introduction to writing and reading in the natural sciences with focus on how natural scientists ask questions, answer questions, and communicate answers. Suggested corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a lower-division natural science course (Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Entomology, Environmental Science, Physics, etc.).

113 (Effective through Summer 2023) [WRTG] Writing and Reading in the Social Sciences 1 Introduction to writing and reading in the social sciences with focus on how social scientists ask questions, answer questions, and communicate answers. Suggested corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a lower-division social science course (Anthropology, Archaeology, Criminal Justice, Economic Science, Psychology, Sociology, etc.).


University Writing (WRITE)

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111 [WRTG] Writing and Reading in History 1 Introduction to writing and reading in history and related fields (art history, music history) with focus on how historians ask questions, answer questions, and communicate answers. Suggested corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a lower-division history or related course (art history, music history). (Formerly offered as WRIT 111.)

112 [WRTG] Writing and Reading in the Natural Sciences 1 Introduction to writing and reading in the natural sciences with focus on how natural scientists ask questions, answer questions, and communicate answers. Suggested corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a lower-division natural science course (Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Entomology, Environmental Science, Physics, etc.). (Formerly offered as WRIT 112.)

113 [WRTG] Writing and Reading in the Social Sciences 1 Introduction to writing and reading in the social sciences with focus on how social scientists ask questions, answer questions, and communicate answers. Suggested corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a lower-division social science course (Anthropology, Archaeology, Criminal Justice, Economic Science, Psychology, Sociology, etc.). (Formerly offered as WRIT 113.)

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