Advanced Writing-Intensive Attribute
Designated courses at the 200-level or above with significant emphasis on using writing as a way to learn and that are designed to develop basic and advanced skills in analyzing and representing ideas through strong written prose.
Courses designated as Writing-Intensive may have more learning objectives in addition to those associated with the Core.
Goals & Objectives
Goal: Students will demonstrate the ability to write an effectively developed logical argument.
- (1A) Integrate appropriate ideas and evidence, in accordance with course content
- (1B) Organize those ideas and that evidence strategically for a given audience and purpose
Goal: Students will demonstrate an understanding of appropriate or discipline-specific writing styles, standards, and conventions through a process that includes revision.
- (2A) Write grammatically correct sentences that are fluid and include smooth transitions.
- (2B) Use vocabulary that is appropriate for the purpose and audience/field
- (2C) Employ correct punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and documentation conventions
- (2D) Use appropriate citation and attribution of ideas, information, and evidence
|ABEC 340||Research Methods in Animal Behavior|
|ABEC 360||Observational Research Methods|
|ANT 340||Environmental Anthropology|
|ANT 350||Business Anthropology|
|BCH-403L||Molecular Biology Laboratory|
|BIF 400||Bioinformatics Capstone|
|CHM 301L||Classical Physical Chemistry Laboratory|
|CLS 301||Age of Cicero|
|COM 203||Writing for the Public Media|
|ECCH 221||Literacy I|
|EDS 223||Foundations of Literacy|
|ENG 205||Varieties of the Essay|
|ENG 218||Literature and Medicine|
|ENG 219||Literature and Psychology|
|ENG 221||Hallowed Houses|
|ENG 223||Images of Women in Literature and Film|
|ENG 224||Journey in World Literature|
|ENG 225||Journey in American Literature|
|ENG 230||The Bible as Literature|
|ENG 233||The Quest in Medieval Literature|
|ENG 285||Writing & Animal Studies|
|ENG 294||Intro to Creative Writing|
|ENG 383||Research Writing|
|ENG 385||Persuasive Writing|
|ENG 389||Business Communication|
|ENG 401||Texts, Contexts, and Subtexts|
|HIS 299||Historian’s Craft|
|HIS 411||History Honors Thesis|
|PED 372||Seminar in Kinesiology|
|PHY 350||Advanced Physics Laboratory|
|PSC 242||International Organizations|
|PSC 370||Domestic Conflicts and Peace|
|RST 341||Catholic Social Ethics: Theological Perspectives|
|SPMT 480||Research Methods in Sport Management|
*Course offerings subject to change. Courses shown above may not be offered regularly.