Writing Programs Courses
100-level courses introduce foundational theories, concepts, perspectives, principles, methods, and procedures of critical thinking and writing. They focus on the development and practice of essential writing and literacy skills.
ENG 101: First-Year Composition
ENG 102: First-Year Composition
ENG 105: Advanced First-Year Composition
ENG 107: First-Year Composition (For Multilingual Writers)
ENG 108: First-Year Composition (For Multilingual Writers)
200-level courses assume competency in the general writing foundations established in the 100-level courses, and offer students opportunities for more in-depth study and practice writing about specific themes and in specific genres. They provide a foundation for upper-division coursework in writing and rhetoric.
ENG 215: Strategies for Academic Writing
ENG 216: Persuasive Writing on Public Issues
ENG 217: Writing Reflective Essays
ENG 218: Writing about Literature
300- and 400-level courses assume mastery of basic writing conventions, concepts, and practices, and offer students in-depth and sophisticated opportunities to practice writing for specialized audiences and/or through specific theoretical frameworks. They emphasize problem-solving, analytical thinking skills, and theoretical applications.
ENG 301: Writing for the Professions
ENG 302: Business Writing
ENG 372: Document Production
ENG 374: Technical Editing
ENG 472: Rhetorical Studies
ENG 474: Review Writing
ENG 475: Popular Periodical Writing
ENG 494: Special Topics