ENG 111: Composition I
In this course, students will write effective academic essays using a variety of rhetorical patterns for various purposes and audiences. Reading materials serve as a basis for essays and classroom discussions. Students write both in-class and out-of-class essays. During the first week of class, students must demonstrate their writing proficiency. In order to pass with a "C" or better, students must demonstrate at least "C" level competency in documented essay writing by the end of the semester.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
- Lecture Hours
- 45 - 60
- Clinical Hours
- Lab Hours
- Other Hours
- Total Hours
- 45 - 60
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