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Liberal Studies 270


Writing with Purpose (3 crs)

This course offers intensive instruction in (1) writing clear, coherent, correct, persuasive prose, (2) reading and thinking critically, and (3) conducting library research and/or interviews and integrating primary and secondary sources into your own texts. The focus will be on writing clearly and purposefully, developing individuals’ writing skills necessary for academic and professional success. Taught exclusively on-line, learners will be engaged in reading, analyzing, researching, thinking, writing, and re-writing to learn that everything written holds power to persuade, inform, or confuse by writing memos, reports, and essays. 

Prerequisites: WIBS 188, English 101 or department consent; also concurrent or prior enrollment Liberal Studies 209 or department consent.

 
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