ENGL 110 - College Writing I

Overview

Course Title

College Writing I

Department(s)

Description

The arts and practices of effective writing and reading in college, especially the use of language to discover ideas. Methods of research and documentation will be taught, along with some introduction to rhetorical purposes and strategies. Students must attend individual and/or small group meetings during scheduled conferences for more specialized instruction on topics such as composing, revision, and research.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

No

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

4

Course Topic ID

1

Formal Description

Freshman Year Initiative

Course Topic ID

2

Formal Description

SEEK

Course Topic ID

3

Formal Description

Collge Now

Course Topic ID

4

Formal Description

Ace

Course Topic ID

5

Formal Description

Murphy Institute

Course Topic ID

6

Formal Description

Creativity

Course Topic ID

7

Formal Description

Comedy and Satire

Course Topic ID

8

Formal Description

Celebrity Culture

Course Topic ID

9

Formal Description

American Dreams

Course Topic ID

10

Formal Description

Digital Revolution

Course Topic ID

11

Formal Description

Cultural Identity

Course Topic ID

12

Formal Description

Food

Course Topic ID

13

Formal Description

Literacy and Language

Course Topic ID

14

Formal Description

Memory

Course Topic ID

15

Formal Description

Monsters

Course Topic ID

16

Formal Description

New York City

Course Topic ID

17

Formal Description

Page to Stage

Course Topic ID

18

Formal Description

Reading Film

Course Topic ID

19

Formal Description

Visual World

Course Topic ID

20

Formal Description

Writing Extinction

Course Topic ID

21

Formal Description

Writing the Economy

Course Topic ID

22

Formal Description

Kessler Honors Students Only

Course Schedule