Courses offered

Undergraduate Courses


Eng. 3110. Technical Writing

This course aims to teach students to develop skills in writing scientific and technical documents. Rhetorical principles behind writing, including audience awareness, are discussed.
Students will practice with various formats including reports, proposals, instructional manuals, and professional papers. Students wishing to register for this class must have attained a grade of C or better in either English 1101 or 1102.

Eng 3120. Electronic Writing and Publishing

This course will examine the study of online writing and electronic publishing including asynchronous and synchronous media. It may include document creation from computer aided print publishing as well as hypertext documentation and internet publishing. Students wishing to register for this class must have attained a grade of C or better in either English 1101 or 1102.

Eng 3130. Business Writing

This course has goals in its coursework related to students, educators, business, and society at large. These incude teaching conventions of business writing, research practices, visual and verbal augmentation, and creating concepts for writing that are real and sophisticated. It will apply advanced composition skills to business writing techniques and problems. Students wishing to register for this class must have attained a grade of C or better in either English 1101 or 1102.


Eng 3140. Editing

This course focuses the skills and resources needed for preparing unpublished documents for publication. May include academic publishing, textual editing, and commercial applications. Students wishing to register for this class must have attained a grade of C or better in either English 1101 or 1102.

Graudate Course

Eng 8115. Technical Writing

This course is an intensive study of scientific and technical style, and helps students to practice various forms of writing including reports, proposals, instruction manuals, and professional papers.

Eng 8121. Electronic Writing & Publishing

This course is an intensive study of the theory and practice of computer-aided publishing and writing on computer networks. A strong emphasis is placed on rhetorical design principles, theooretical and ethical issues of on-line writing, and practical computer strategies.

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