WRTG 310W Writing for Public Audiences [GEWI]
What role does writing play in being a citizen? How does writing help advocates change the world? This writing intensive course connects the study of writing, rhetoric, and citizenship by helping students advocate for change on public issues that matter to them.
Projects include writing from personal experience to define public problems, analyzing the advocacy campaigns on contemporary issues, and composing as an advocate to persuade public audiences.
Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Winter (in-person/hybrid)
Prerequisites - WRTG 121 , ACT English Exam sub-score > 29, or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing sub-score > 670
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing
Equivalent Course(s) - WRTG 310, ENGL 310
Course History -
Change to prerequisite and class-level restriction 3/2019, effective Fall 2019; Change to title and description 10/2018, effective Fall 2019; Change to description 10/2017, effective Winter 2018; Change to number and approved for GEWI 4/2017, effective Fall 2017; Change to prefix 10/2013, effective Winter 2014
writing , Writing Intensive (GEWI)
Winter 2024 Course Sections
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