Dec 15, 2019  
2019-20 University Catalog 
    
2019-20 University Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering System

Courses are numbered as follows to indicate levels of difficulty and degrees of specialization:

  1000 series courses, for the most part, cover a wide range of material and serve as introductions to a particular discipline. Generally appropriate for first-year students.
  2000 series courses are more specific in focus than 1000 series; they may require some previous knowledge of a subject. Generally appropriate for sophomores.
  3000 series courses are clearly upper-level courses that require significant background in a field and may have specific prerequisites. Generally appropriate for juniors and seniors.
  4000 series courses require extensive background in a field and usually have prerequisites. Generally appropriate for juniors and seniors.
 

Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication

   •  WRC 2012 - Writing Center Theory and Practice
   •  WRC 2014 - Oral Interpretation of Literature
   •  WRC 2054 - Intercultural Communication
   •  WRC 2064 - Non-Fiction Workshop
   •  WRC 2074 - Fiction Workshop
   •  WRC 2084 - Poetry Workshop
   •  WRC 2094 - Play Reading for Play Writing
   •  WRC 2114 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  WRC 2214 - Business Writing
   •  WRC 2264 - Non-Fiction Workshop
   •  WRC 2294 - Special Topics in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication
   •  WRC 2314 - Writing for Writing's Sake
   •  WRC 2334 - Rhetoric of Resistance
   •  WRC 2354 - Introduction to Classical Rhetoric
   •  WRC 3024 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  WRC 3034 - Organizational Communication
   •  WRC 3044 - Gender and Communication
   •  WRC 3054 - Digital Rhetoric
   •  WRC 3064 - Persuasion
   •  WRC 3124 - The Art of Persuasive Writing
   •  WRC 3164 - Advanced Non-Fiction Workshop
   •  WRC 3234 - Feminist Rhetorics
   •  WRC 3294 - Special Topics in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication
   •  WRC 3354 - Readings in Rhetorical Criticism
   •  WRC 4204 - Internship in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication
   •  WRC 4244 - Directed Study in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication
   •  WRC 4294 - Advanced Studies in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication
   •  WRC 4444 - Senior Seminar in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication
 

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