En150 Advanced English Composition 4 credits
Students in this course are introduced to rhetorical theory and apply it in multiple ways to their own writing. Projects will comprise multiple genres, and may include business letters, rants, reviews, reports, collage essays, multi-media/multi-genre texts, etc. In addition, students will complete a large-scale research project, including work with secondary sources as well as conducting primary research, and will produce academic documents consistent with such research work and standards of academic integrity, to include proposals, annotated bibliographies, consent forms, research reports, and argumentative essays. This course satisfies the college requirements for En 101/102 in one semester. Prerequisite: Approval of Composition Coordinator and Humanities Division Chair, consistent with policies described in student handbook.