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ENG 102
Advanced Expository Writing
Fall

A course in advanced expository and research writing for students who want to work on research skills, idea development, essay structure and argumentation. Some emphasis is placed on grammatical accuracy and organizational structures, as well as critical reading, writing exercises and papers.. Students will practice a variety of prose styles, including analytical, descriptive and argumentative. Course formats and content vary, and may include a "reading in slow motion" model, which emphasizes the development of original research projects and "deep" collaborative text engagement.
Offered every other year beginning 2018-19.

Course Credit:
3

Instructor(s):
Cynthia Scheinberg, Kara Wittman, Staff

Prerequisite:
ENG 001

Note(s):
Students looking for more intensive work on style, syntax and grammar should consider taking taking ENG 107: Artful Prose, Grammar and Style for Writers.
Limit sixteen students.

Meets the following Core Curriculum (or Gen Ed requirement(s)):
Meets the following Gen Ed requirement(s): Written Communication II, Meets the following Core Curriculum requirement(s): Written & Oral Comm II

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Contemporary Writers Series

The Place for Writers

580 Split, Creative Writing Journal of Literature & Art

The Walrus

Campanil

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P: 510.430.2217
F: 510.430.3398
E: english@mills.edu

Last Updated: 6/23/17