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English & Academic Writing Skills

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ENGL 101 English Composition I*

This course in English composition is designed to improve the student’s understanding and application of the writing process. Included are selecting and restricting topics; understanding audience and purpose; devising a plan of development; identifying appropriate supporting details and evidence; proper grammar usage and subordination; coordination, unity; coherence; consistency in format and style; and conciseness. Skills used to develop writing a research paper are emphasized. (This course meets the prerequisite for MGMT305; it also satisfies the requirement for a general education English composition course.)

ENGL 102 English Comp. II*

This course in English composition is designed to facilitate a better understanding of writing as a tool of critical analysis. The course focuses on the analysis of selected readings and the application of the research process from selecting/restricting a topic to using library resources (e.g. abstracts, periodicals, book reviews, newspaper indices, electronic, and primary/secondary sources). In addition to gathering, absorbing, and analyzing information and data, the course focuses on documenting, formatting, composing, revising, and editing a final paper. (Prerequisite: ENGL101 or equivalent or consent of instructor.)

 ENGL 295 Research & Report Writing*

This course is designed to prepare the student for research and report writing required at a professional level in business today. This course is required for all Lower Division students moving to the Upper Division programs where Theoretical Application Projects (TAPs) are a part of the curriculum. The course is divided into three parts: report development, report research, report writing and presentation.   Prerequisite ENGL102.

 ENG 501 Academic Structure Writing

This course improves student understanding and application of the writing process. Included are selecting and restricting topics; understanding audience and purpose; devising a plan of development; identifying appropriate supporting details and evidence; proper grammar usage and subordination; coordination, unity; coherence; consistency in format and style; and conciseness. Skills used to develop writing a research paper are emphasized.

 ENG 502 Academic Style Editing and Revision Techniques

This course facilitates a better understanding of writing as a tool of critical analysis. The course focuses on the analysis of selected readings and the application of the research process from selecting/restricting a topic to using library resources (e.g. abstracts, periodicals, book reviews, newspaper indices, electronic, and primary/secondary sources). In addition to gathering, absorbing, and analyzing information and data, the course focuses on documenting, formatting, composing, revising, and editing a final paper. Prerequisite ENG 501 or equivalent or consent of instructor

 ENG 503 Academic Library Research Writing

This course prepares students for research and report writing required at a professional business level. It is divided into three parts: report development, report research, report writing and presentation. Prerequisite ENG 502


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