Jul 01, 2022  
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2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

WRT 460-469 Special Topics in Professional Writing



Special topics courses in Professional Writing provide students with a range of opportunities for the intensive study of writing in various occupational or disciplinary fields, as well as in varied approaches to the writing process. Students will learn the preferred styles and conventions used within specific organizations and career fields, both through the study of representative writing samples and through hands-on writing experience. Likely course topics include medical writing, writing for social service organizations, writing for government agencies and NGOs, writing for non-profit organizations, writing for the arts, etc. The focus of each special topics course will be published in advance of course registration, and course level will vary according to the topics covered (either 300 or 400 level). Prerequisite: FCO 105 

3 credit hours