Written Communication

Learning Outcomes:

Students develop the ability to use written communication as a means of discovering and expressing ideas and meanings: in short, employing writing as a way of thinking. Students begin this process at the fundamental level in English 101 (100 for ESL students) and build higher-level skills in English 302. Writing will be emphasized in many courses throughout a student’s career, and at least one course in every student’s major is designated “writing intensive.”

Required: English 101 (or 100), 302 and an approved writing-intensive course in the major.

Approved Courses:

Department Course Number Course Title
ENGH ENGH 100 Composition For Non-native Speakers of English
ENGH ENGH 101 Composition
ENGH ENGH 302 Advanced Composition