Course No: ENGL.1020-032; SIS Class Nbr: 1475; SIS Term: 3130
Course Status: Open
A workshop course that thoroughly explores the academic research writing process with an emphasis on entering into academic conversation. Building on the skills acquired in College Writing I, students will learn to write extensively with source material. Key skills addressed include finding,assessing, and integrating primary and secondary sources, and using proper documentation to ensure academic integrity. Students will produce analytical writing throughout the semester, including a minimum of four formal, researched essays.
Related Programs: B.A. in Psychology, B.A. in Mathematics, B.A. in English, B.S. in Information Technology, B.S. in Business Administration, A.S. in Business Administration, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.S. in Information Technology, B.S. in Information Technology: Business Minor Option, B.S. in Criminal Justice, B.S. in Criminal Justice: Paralegal Option, B.L.A. in Liberal Arts, B.S. in Applied Mathematics, A.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology, B.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology, B.S. in Mathematics, B.S. in Mathematics: Statistics Concentration, B.S. in Mathematics: Teacher Concentration
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