Rhetoric and Inquiry, Honors

Writing 2H provides declarative knowledge and procedural knowledge about writing, with a special focus on writing from research, composing in multiple genres, and transferring knowledge about writing to new contexts. Designed for advanced students. Prerequisite(s): College 1 and satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing Requirement. Enrollment is restricted to College Scholars or students with an AWPE score of 10-12. Enrollment limited to 20. (General Education Code(s): C.)

Winter 2020 Sections - Enrollments end at 4:00pm, Friday, January 10

44271 WRIT 2H-01

Rhetoric and Inquiry Honors

MWF 10:40AM - 11:45AM, Kresge Acad 194

Instructor: Longo, P.M.

44272 WRIT 2H-02

Rhetoric and Inquiry Honors

MWF 12:00PM - 1:05PM, Kresge Acad 194

Instructor: Longo, P.M.

 

 

Rhetoric and Inquiry Honors

This course is designed for curious students and innovative thinkers to fulfill the “C” General Education Requirement. In a small research seminar (20 students), you will be introduced to foundational rhetorical and writing concepts and learn how to better participate in academic research by writing in a variety of genres and media. Students will have the opportunity to develop a quarter-long independent interdisciplinary research project into a topic of their own choosing. The course will be supplemented by unique, advanced library research sessions and opportunities to refine and present your research. Enrollment is restricted to College Scholars or students with an AWPE score of 10-12.