- English Composition (ENG 110 O) - Summer 2017
- This course introduces students to writing as a conscious and developmental activity. Students learn to read, think, and write in response to a variety of texts, to integrate their ideas with those of others, and to treat writing as a recursive process. Through this work with texts, students are exposed to a range of reading and writing techniques they can employ in other courses. Students work individually and collaboratively, participate in peer review, and learn to take more responsibility for their writing development. Placement into this course is determined by multiple measures, including high school achievement and SAT scores. 4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Credit hours
- Reading and Writing in Digital Environments (ENG 304 O) - Summer 2017
- This course takes a hands-on approach to exploring reading and writing in digital (Web) environments. Students in the course consider ways that digital writing environments create opportunities for writers to address multiple audiences, to bring together visual and alphabetic texts, and to involve readers in the construction of those texts. Students in the course will develop a variety of digital texts, including blogs, websites, and wikis. Students’ work will be collected in an e-portfolio designed and assembled over the course of the term. 3.000 Credit hours. Course Attribute: Advanced Studies.