Expository and Argumentative Writing
The principal elements of writing clearly, efficiently and effectively. ENC 1101 also focuses on writing logical arguments, building research skills and developing critical thinking through reading, writing and discussion. (C) (WR)
Credits: 3; Prereq: ENC 1101.
Writing techniques and forms of argument in a range of disciplines. For their major writing assignment in this course, students will write an extensively researched and well-documented research paper, learning professional and academic writing conventions and developing their critical thinking skills. (C) (WR)
Analytical Writing and Thinking
Credits: 3; Prereq: ENC 1102.
Advances students’ critical thinking and writing skills beyond first-year composition. With wide-ranging themes in areas such as languages, political science, anthropology or biology, this course exposes students to the advanced analytical techniques and communication strategies that professors in all disciplines expect them to know.