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Courses

Writing studies offers undergraduate courses in areas such as technical and professional writing, editing, usability, and rhetorical and communication theory, as well as advanced writing courses in genres such as healthcare, business, science, and law. Our class sizes are small and many of our courses also fulfill the University’s liberal education and/or writing intensive requirements.

Fall 2016 Courses

  • WRIT 1908W - Freshman Seminar
  • WRIT 1910W - Freshman Seminar
  • WRIT 3001 - Introduction to Technical Writing and Communication
  • WRIT 3029W - Business and Professional Writing
  • WRIT 3029W - Business and Professional Writing
  • WRIT 3101W - Writing Arguments
  • WRIT 3152W - Writing on Issues of Science and Technology
  • WRIT 3221W - Communication Modes and Methods
  • WRIT 3257 - Technical and Professional Presentations
  • WRIT 3257 - Technical and Professional Presentations
  • WRIT 3291 - Technical Communication Certificate Capstone Project
  • WRIT 3371W - Technology, Self, and Society
  • WRIT 3381W - Writing and Modern Cultural Movements
  • WRIT 3441 - Editing, Critique, and Style
  • WRIT 3562V - Honors: Technical and Professional Writing
  • WRIT 3562W - Technical and Professional Writing (21 sections)
  • WRIT 3577W - Rhetoric, Technology, and the Internet
  • WRIT 3671 - Visual Rhetoric and Document Design
  • WRIT 3701W - Rhetorical Theory for Writing Studies
  • WRIT 3751W - Seminar: Theory and Practice of Writing Consultancy
  • WRIT 3993 - Directed Study
  • WRIT 4196 - Internship in Technical Writing and Communication
  • WRIT 4431W - Science, Technology, and the Law
  • WRIT 4573W - Writing Proposals and Grant Management
  • WRIT 4662W - Writing With Digital Technologies
  • WRIT 4995 - Senior Project (10 sections)