Advanced Composition Program Information
Every UW Oshkosh student is required to take a 300-level Advanced Composition course as part of the university’s general education requirements. Advanced Composition serves as a capstone to students’ general education experience by offering writing-intensive contexts to discuss and apply the core skills and values of the liberal arts. The eight Advanced Composition courses (listed below) at UW Oshkosh are focused on different academic disciplines or sets of disciplines, and students have the opportunity to choose the Advanced Composition course most appropriate to their major course of study. Though each of the eight Advanced Composition courses differs in content from the others, the Advanced Composition program at UW Oshkosh is unified by its emphasis on practicing research methods, argumentation, and a recursive writing process in highly interactive, small class settings.
Advanced Composition Course Titles and Numbers
- 312: Connect
Marguerite Helmers, Interim Advanced Composition Director, firstname.lastname@example.org