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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

WRT 451 Experiential Learning in Writing



This course provides on-the-job experiences in the application of professional writing skills and knowledge. The student spends a minimum of 120 hours per semester in the performance of meaningful tasks required to produce effective professional documents. In addition, regular class and small-group meetings provide for integration of the student’s academic and agency work. The seminar provides an opportunity to explore job possibilities as well as making academic work more meaningful through application of theoretical principles of writing.  The seminar provides an opportunity to explore job possibilities as well as making academic work more meaningful through application of theoretical principles of writing. Prerequisite: FCO 210 FCO 215 , or FCO 225 WRT 315 WRT 450 .  An application is required two months prior to intended on-site experience (including a statement of objectives and goals); students must be accepted by an approved site; approval of instructor; GPA of 2.50 or higher; and 60 credit hours completed before beginning on-site experience. Students may complete up to six credits of experiential learning.

3 credit hours