Catalogue 2017 - 2018

ENGL 132 English Composition I

Credits

3 cr.

Course Description

This is a standard course in the techniques of critical reading and academic writing. The purposes of the course are to develop skill in reading prose nonfiction from a variety of disciplines, to develop skill in writing accurate and effective informative prose on a variety of subjects, using a variety of techniques, to develop sensitivity to language and writing, to understand conventions of citation and documentation, and to develop critical judgment of one's own writing and that of others. Particular attention is given to the importance of thesis, evidence, audience, and thoughtful revision. Students who need supplemental instruction in grammar, mechanics, and usage take, on recommendation, a concurrent lab in writing fundamentals, LA 150.

Notes

This course is a prerequisite.

Formerly "English Composition I: College Reading and Writing"

Distribution

CR/ER/GUR/MR

Fee

Laboratory fees $50.