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ENGL 4010 - Introduction to Professional Writing

Credit Hour(s) 3

Development, delivery and evaluation of effective means of communication by use of a variety of presentation methods. The use of current technology within different audience dimensions will be a focus. Effective written communication allows individuals to understand each other, encourages people to take action, and motivates others to think creatively and critically. This course introduces students to the practice of using rhetorical principles in the context of business and professional writing. Students in this course will learn to consider audience and purpose to develop an appropriate style as they prepare written documents required in the workplace. Students will produce documents both individually and as part of a group. Students in this course will also be introduced to the basics of writing grant and research proposals.

Prerequisite(s) COMM 1100  or COMM 1100H  or COMM 1110 , and ENGL 1102  or ENGL 1102H , with a minimum grade of C.

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