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Courses with the WRITE Subject

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University Writing (WRITE)



103 Writing Collaborative for History 105 or 305 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 2 credits. Peer review, scaffolded feedback, and other reading and writing supports for students enrolled in HISTORY 105 or 305. (Formerly offered as WRIT 103.) S, F grading.

108 Writing Collaborative for Multilingual Writers in History 105 or 305 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 2 credits. Peer review, scaffolded feedback, and other reading and writing supports for multilingual students enrolled in HISTORY 105 or 305. (Formerly offered as WRIT 108.) S, F grading.

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.)

205 Sentence and Paragraph Construction Across the Disciplines 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 credits. Individualized and small group instruction to improve basic sentence and paragraph writing skills in various disciplinary fields; sentence and paragraph skill development will focus on the types of sentences (simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex) and how they fit into genres of paragraphs (expository, narrative, comparison, and causal) based on fields of study. (Formerly offered as WRIT 205.) S, F grading.

302 Advanced Writing Collaborative 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 5 credits. Student-centered group tutorial on writing improvement in upper division courses. Enrollment in a Writing in the Major course or course that assigns writing is required. (Formerly offered as WRIT 302.) S, F grading.

309 Plagiarism Labyrinth: The Complex Relationship between Culture, Language, and Academic Integrity 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 credits. Develop an understanding of the complexities of plagiarism, with an emphasis on culture and the needs of international students. (Formerly offered as WRIT 309.) S, F grading.

311 Writing for Admission and Scholarship Applications 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 credits. Strategies for drafting and polishing application statements using context, reflection, and peer review; focuses on competitive admission and scholarship writing. (Formerly offered as WRIT 311.)

405 Writing Tutorial for Syntactic Structures in Professional and Academic Contexts 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 credits. Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Individualized and small group instruction focusing on sentence and paragraph structure for professional and academic purposes. (Formerly offered as WRIT 405.) S, F grading.

431 Writing Center Theory and Practice 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 2 credits. Course Prerequisite: By instructor permission. Education and training for work at the WSU Undergraduate Writing Center with focus on the scholarship of theory and practice. (Formerly offered as WRIT 431.)

432 Small Group Collaboratives Theory and Practice V 1-2 Course Prerequisite: By instructor permission. Education and training for work at the WSU Undergraduate Writing Center's Small Group Collaboratives program with focus on the scholarship of theory and practice. (Formerly offered as WRIT 432.)

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