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Courses

For all writing studies course descriptions,
see the University Catalog.

The Department of Writing Studies offers a rotating selection of graduate courses every semester. Department faculty teach seminars as readings or research courses on a variety of thematic, geographic, and temporal topics. 

Below is a list of current graduate course offerings.

Fall 2016 Courses

  • WRIT 5001 - Introduction to Graduate Studies in Scientific and Technical Communication
  • WRIT 5051 - Graduate Research Writing Practice for Non-native Speakers of English
  • WRIT 5051 - Graduate Research Writing Practice for Non-native Speakers of English
  • WRIT 5196 - Internship in Scientific and Technical Communication
  • WRIT 5291 - Independent Study, Reading, and Research
  • WRIT 8011 - Research Methods in Writing Studies and Technical Communication
  • WRIT 8333 - FTE: Master's
  • WRIT 8444 - FTE: Doctoral
  • WRIT 8550 - Seminar in Technology, Culture, and Communication
  • WRIT 8666 - Doctoral Pre-Thesis Credits
  • WRIT 8777 - Thesis Credits: Master's
  • WRIT 8792 - Independent Study, Reading, and Research
  • WRIT 8794 - Directed Research
  • WRIT 8794 - Directed Research
  • WRIT 8794 - Directed Research
  • WRIT 8888 - Thesis Credit: Doctoral