Associates Studies English (2020)

Associates Studies English (2020)

120 WRITING AND EDITING 1 credits
Examination of the editing process of writing. Focuses on developing a clear, effective, and correct professional writing style appropriate for academic and business documents.
121 ENGLISH 3 credits
English composition focused on inventive writing, essay structure, process, consideration of strength, source of evidence, and citation; and development options leading to persuasion and argument.
123 WRITING FOR PRESENTATIONS 1 credits
A writing intensive course that focuses on the rhetorical and theoretical challenges and considerations of effective presentations.
216 COLLABORATIVE WRITING 1 credits
Prerequisites: 3300: 111 or 2020: 121 or equivalent. A writing course that focuses on strategies and techniques for successful collaborative writing in the workplace.
220 WRITING AND RESEARCH 1 credits
Prerequisite: 121 or 3300:111 or equivalent. Practical examination of writing effectively and professionally about primary and secondary research sources in the student's choice of several citation methods.
222 TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 121, 3300:111 or equivalent. Prepares student to write the types of reports most often required of technicians, engineers, and scientists. Includes types of reports, memoranda, and letters; techniques of research, documentation and oral presentations.
224 WRITING FOR ADVERTISING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 121, 3300:111 or equivalent. Introduction to the copywriter's role in print, broadcast, and Web advertising. Study of advertising language; practice in writing advertisements and producing collateral copywriting materials.
226 ELCTRN REF RES COMPUTER AGE 3 credits
Prerequisites: 2020:121 or 3300:111. Designed for individuals to broaden their scope and understanding of various electronic research techniques. Study, evaluation, and use of current and emerging technologies will be examined.
227 WRITING FOR WORLD WIDE WEB 3 credits
Prerequisites: 121 or equivalent (3300:111), familiarity with Internet (or attend Computer Center training seminar) knowledge of word processing software. Introductory course examines spoken and written contexts merging into one "writing space"; provides writing theory and practice for effective e-mail, newsgroup, chat, and web site writing.
290 ST: ASSOCIATE STUDIES 1-4 credits
(May be repeated with a change in topic) Prerequisite: permission. Selected topics on subject areas of interest in associate studies.

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