ENGL 268 - Reading Texts/Writing Texts
This course, which includes a brief introduction to the Western rhetorical tradition, as well as an exploration of various forms of textual and critical analysis, introduces students to ways in which reading and writing are used in literary and media studies.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: COMP 150 (minimum grade of C-) OR FLC Writing Placement Score C250 OR COMP 250 (minimum grade of D-) OR COMP 252 (minimum grade of D-) OR COMP 253 (minimum grade of D-) OR COMP 254 OR SOC 210 (minimum grade of D-)
First-year students should not enroll in this course until the second semester.
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