Instruction offered under the direction of the Department of Communication, Media and Film Studies.
Academic Writing 201
Academic Writing for Specialized Audiences I (Introductory)
An introduction to academic writing and to the genres of narrative, critical, and essay writing. Emphasis will be placed on developing an effective writing process, reading critically, developing arguments, and using and citing sources. Some emphasis on oral presentations may be included. Course Hours:3 units; H(3-1T)
Academic Writing for Specialized Audiences II (Introductory)
An introduction to inquiry-based research writing, from formulating good research questions to conducting an information search, developing an argument, using sources effectively, and revising and editing. A focus on oral presentations may also be included. Course Hours:3 units; H(3-1T) Notes:It is recommended, though not required, that students complete Academic Writing 201 before Academic Writing 203.
Academic Writing for Specialized Audiences (Intermediate)
An intermediate level course in the writing styles, genres, and modes of evidence and reasoning appropriate to academic writing in a specific discipline or disciplines. Emphasis will be placed on connections between reading, writing, critical reasoning, and, where appropriate, other discourse forms such as oral and electronic presentation. Course Hours:3 units; H(3-0) Prerequisite(s):Admission to Nursing, Medicine, Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Bachelor of Health Sciences, or Social Work. Notes:This course is normally offered online.