Critical Reading, Thinking, and Writing
2022-2023 Academic Catalog

ENG 2110 - Critical Reading, Thinking, and Writing

This course gives students further training in university-level composition, reading, research, and critical thinking needed to produce well-organized, well-researched, polished writing that can make worthwhile contributions to real-world discussions in any field of study or work. All sections explore key human questions; specific themes vary by section. Past themes include technology, literature and the arts, food politics, theology, economics, science, and anthropology. Designed to be taken early in a student's studies, this course lays the groundwork for success in other university courses. A grade of C or higher is required for university graduation.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 1100  or ENG 1110 

Credit Hours: 3

Term Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer