Writing School of Humanities, Education, Justice, and Social Sciences
School of Humanities, Education, Justice, and Social Sciences
This course is a continuation of Writing I and focuses on research and public writing. Theme-based courses provide students with lenses to explore issues of interest and develop their reading, research, and writing skills. Students work with a topic of their choice, broadly based on the course theme. Assignments build upon each other, lead up to a researched position paper, and culminate in a public piece. Students who choose to take Writing II Workshop are provided with time during class to work on their writing while the instructor and a writing tutor are present to provide assistance. Students must earn a grade of ?C? or higher in order to pass this course. Prerequisite: WRT 101.
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