General Education Credit: Composition
College Credit: 3
This course examines the rhetorical and practical elements of writing effective arguments for contemporary academic audiences.
As we practice our argumentative skills through the theme of writing for social change, we will also improve our critical thinking through reading, writing, and discussion, and will attend to basic research skills, including documentation and avoiding plagiarism. Additionally, we will examine and practice academic conventions of word choice, sentence structure and variation, and paragraph formation.
By the end of ENC 1101, students will be able to:
Satisfied High School Graduation Requirement Subject: Composition
High School Credit: 1.0