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2018-2019 University Catalog 
2018-2019 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

WR 102 - Writing and Rhetoric II

This course is designed to build on skills gained from WR 101 and to help students develop sophisticated, contextualized writing and research strategies.  Students learn methods of secondary research and some methods of primary research.  Students make arguments in formal and informal settings on interdisciplinary topics. Special attention is given to evidence discovery, claim support, argument response, and their applications to academic debate, public decision making, and written argument. A substantial amount of writing is required.

Prerequisites & Notes
(Prerequisite: WR 101)

Credits: 3