ENGL3113 Writing in Academic and Professional Contexts 3 ch (3C) [W] (LE)

In today’s world, effective writing is an indispensable career-building skill. Focusing on transferable skills, this course explores the principles of written communication in academic and professional contexts and provides extensive practice in the application of these principles. Frequent writing assignments allow students to refine their skills in various forms of written communication, including both academic essays and career-related writing such as reports, proposals, abstracts, and other written documents. The course emphasizes class discussion, individual and group work, peer review, and workshop sessions. To succeed in this course, students must be prepared to complete numerous written assignments. NOTE: The course is intended for students in the final two years of their program and is open to students in all disciplines. 

Prerequisite: Suitable for students who have completed 60ch in any discipline.