COMP 126 - Writing in College
In this course, students analyze a variety of academic texts in different research literatures and complete an intensive series of writing assignments to teach them how to interpret arguments, identify constraints and bias, organize and present evidence and compose their own contributions to intellectual dialogues. This course is designed for students who need a more closely guided and intensive introduction to academic writing. Successful completion with a C- or higher for both Comp 125 and Comp 126 will fulfill the Introductory Writing (CO1) general education requirement; a student may not receive credit for Comp 150 if s/he has received credit for Comp 125 and Comp 126.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of COMP 125 with a C- or higher
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
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