This course will focus on enhancing students’ abilities to engage in ongoing academic and cultural conversations, research and critically analyze sources, and respond to arguments, public messages, politics, advocacy, popular culture, and visual and new media narratives. Students will learn and apply effective writing techniques throughout the term resulting in a final critical essay. This course may meet advanced rhetoric and composition requirements at other institutions.
Fulfills the Writing-in-the-Disciplines General Education Requirement.
Faculty will contact all students after the May 22 registration deadline with course instructions. Students should expect to dedicate approximately 17 hours of course related work per week.