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University of Utah    
 
    
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
2017-2018 General Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Writing and Rhetoric Studies

   •  WRTG 3860  - Introduction to Rhetoric
   •  WRTG 3870  - Writing as Social Practice
   •  WRTG 3890  - Under-Represented Rhetorics
   •  WRTG 3900  - Advanced Literacy Studies
   •  WRTG 4000  - Writing for Scholarly Publication
   •  WRTG 4001  - Writing Business Plans and Proposals
   •  WRTG 4002  - Grant Writing
   •  WRTG 4010  - Writing across Borders
   •  WRTG 4020  - Writing Center Colloquium
   •  WRTG 4030  - Visual Rhetoric: Word/Image/Argument
   •  WRTG 4040  - Digital Rhetoric
   •  WRTG 4050  - Writing & Cultural Rhetorics
   •  WRTG 4060  - Writing and the Public Sphere
   •  WRTG 4070  - Rhetorics of Gender
   •  WRTG 4090  - Materiality of the Book
   •  WRTG 4200  - Writing Popular Nonfiction
   •  WRTG 4830  - Designing for Usability
   •  WRTG 4850  - Technical Editing
   •  WRTG 4870  - Introduction to Composition Studies
   •  WRTG 4890  - Writing, Persuasion and Power
   •  WRTG 4905  - Studies in Professional Discourses
   •  WRTG 4910  - Independent Readings in Rhetoric, Discourse, and Writing
   •  WRTG 4990  - Undergraduate Research
   •  WRTG 4999  - Honors Thesis/Project
   •  WRTG 5010  - Medical and Health Science Discourses
   •  WRTG 5770  - Research in Writing and Rhetoric
   •  WRTG 5830  - Digital Publishing and Editing
   •  WRTG 5900  - Literacy Studies: Reading, Writing, Identity and Class
   •  WRTG 5905  - Special Topics in Rhetoric and Writing Studies
   •  WRTG 5990  - Senior Seminar
   •  WRTG 5999  - Research - Independent Study
   •  WRTG 6000  - Writing for Publication
   •  WRTG 6003  - Introduction to Writing at the University
   •  WRTG 6010  - Medical and Health Science Discourses
   •  WRTG 6020  - Responding to Student Writing
   •  WRTG 6040  - Digital Rhetoric
   •  WRTG 6050  - Online Writing Pedagogy
   •  WRTG 6080  - Writing for Environmental and Sustainability Studies
   •  WRTG 6090  - Materiality of the Book
   •  WRTG 6200  - Introduction to the Field
   •  WRTG 6350  - Composition Theory and Research
   •  WRTG 6400  - Theories and Pedagogies of Multilingual Writing
   •  WRTG 6500  - Studies in Writing & Pedagogy
   •  WRTG 6610  - Internship
   •  WRTG 6770  - Studies in Discourse Analysis
   •  WRTG 6830  - Research in Professional Communication
   •  WRTG 6890  - Writing, Persuasion and Power
   •  WRTG 7000  - Dissertation Writing
   •  WRTG 7001  - Grant Proposal Writing
   •  WRTG 7002  - Dissertation Workshop
   •  WRTG 7060  - Scientific Writing
   •  WRTG 7080  - Writing in the Health Sciences
   •  WRTG 7310  - Proseminar: Rhetoric and Composition
   •  WRTG 7740  - Rhetoric I: Classical to Early-Modern Rhetoric
   •  WRTG 7750  - Rhetoric II: Early-Modern to Contemporary Rhetoric
   •  WRTG 7760  - Seminar: Rhetoric/Composition/Discourse
   •  WRTG 7770  - Research in Rhetoric and Writing
   •  WRTG 7830  - Colloquium: Teaching Introduction to Academic Writing
   •  WRTG 7840  - Colloquium: Teaching Intermediate Writing
   •  WRTG 7850  - Colloquium: Teaching Writing in the Social Science
   •  WRTG 7860  - Colloquium: 3014
   •  WRTG 7870  - Colloquium: Teaching Professional/Technical Writing
   •  WRTG 7880  - Colloquium: Teaching Writing in the Arts and Humanities
   •  WRTG 7890  - Colloquium: Teaching Business Writing
   •  WRTG 7910  - Independent Study

World Languages and Cultures

   •  WLC 2010  - Introduction to the Study of Literature and Culture
   •  WLC 2020  - Language in Society
   •  WLC 2900  - Special Topics
   •  WLC 3910  - Undergraduate Research
   •  WLC 4880  - Independent Study
   •  WLC 4900  - Special Topics
   •  WLC 4990  - Dept of Language and Literature Capstone
   •  WLC 5015  - Foundations of Dual Language Immersion
   •  WLC 5410  - L2 Methodology
   •  WLC 6015  - Foundations of Dual Language Immersion
   •  WLC 6410  - L2 Methodology
   •  WLC 6420  - Instructional Design and Materials Development
   •  WLC 6430  - Qualitative and Quantitative Issues in L2 Research Design
   •  WLC 6450  - Topics in L2 Pedagogy
   •  WLC 6600  - Introduction to Research and Bibliography
   •  WLC 6880  - Directed Reading
   •  WLC 6900  - Special Topics
   •  WLC 7300  - Graduate Language Study
 

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