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Course #: EDU-517 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: EDU-667 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

An examination of writing as a process approach and its application in the classroom. An emphasis is placed on reviewing current best practices in implementing writing across curriculum areas.

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Course #: HIS-496 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Students will learn and apply the techniques of professional historians to produce a research paper.

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Course #: ENG-100 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

A course designed for students of English as a Second Language to provide exposure to readings and writing in the liberal arts disciplines.

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Course #: ITM-413 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This class will teach students the artistic and technical aspects of writing a teleplay.

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Course #: ITM-246 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: EDU-690 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This course is designed to enable teachers to establish ongoing structures that will scaffold children146s writing development.

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Course #: ENG-101 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

A writing intensive course designed to enhance the quality of critical thinking and the knowledge of writing. A variety of texts are interpreted, and critical responses are written using one or more literary forms.

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Course #: ENG-101 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Use for Transfer students

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Course #: DLC-116 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

An intensive writing course designed to improve basic skills in college-level composition.

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Course #: COU-590 Min Credits: 1 Max Credits: 3

This course is designed to help students make the transition from college-level writing to "real world" professional communication.

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Course #: BUS-590 Min Credits: 1 Max Credits: 3

This course is designed to help students make the transition from college-level writing to "real world" professional communication.

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Course #: DLC-117 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: DSS-201 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This course is designed to emphasize the mechanical "how-to" problems of putting a formal research paper together, with a secondary emphasis on the evaluation and handling of a variety of sources.

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Course #: REG-100 Min Credits: 0 Max Credits: 0

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