Rhetoric Course Descriptions: Spring 2015
100 RHETORIC TUTORIAL
Tutoring in writing skills to be scheduled by individual tutors. Open only to students placed in and registered for RHET 101 or RHET 102.
102 PRINCIPLES OF RESEARCH
Continued instruction in structuring academic, argumentative essays; concentrating on the use of primary and secondary sources as evidence in research-based arguments. Second semester of a two-semester sequence (RHET 101/100-RHET 102/100) that fulfills the campus Composition I general education requirement. Credit is not given for both RHET 102 and RHET 105. Prerequisite: RHET 101 and concurrent registration in RHET 100.
105 WRITING AND RESEARCH
Instruction in research-based writing and the construction of academic, argumentative essays that use primary and secondary sources as evidence. This course fulfills the Campus Composition I general education requirement. Credit is not given for both RHET 105 and of these other Comp I courses: RHET 101, RHET 102, CMN 111 or CMN 112.
233 Advanced Rhetoric and Composition
Advanced level instruction in developing research-based arguments of moderate complexity within a special topics format. Introduction to the use of multimodal or other non-print resources as evidence in written arguments. Prerequisite: Completion of campus Composition I general education requirement. Fulfills campus Advanced Composition general education requirement.