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WRIT 111: First-Year Writing

First-Year Writing, taken during the first year, equips students for effective writing in the liberal arts and introduces writing as a means of learning. The course is taught in multiple sections that explore a variety of topics. In all sections, students write frequently in a variety of genres, with emphasis in writing expository essays. One or more assignments require research. As part of the writing process, students revise their writing and meet individually with course faculty to discuss their writing. This course is limited to first-year students and sophomores.

Writing

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...for FYW and WRI . Most students take WRIT 111 First-Year Writing during the fall...

Environmental Conversations

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...of Nature" WRIT 111 First-Year Writing Typical section topics for Writing 111 are: "Doing...

Philosophy

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...course toward the major. Related Interdisciplinary Courses WRIT 111 First-Year Writing First-year writing...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Spiritualism in Early 20th Century American Theater) WRIT 111 First-Year Writing (when taught with...

Media Studies

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...264 Race and Class in American Culture WRIT 111 First-Year Writing : "Writing about Film...