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.
Goals & Objectives
Goal: Students will demonstrate the ability to write an effectively developed logical argument.
- Integrate appropriate ideas and evidence, in accordance with course content
- 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.
- Sentence structure: Write grammatically correct sentences that are fluid and include smooth transitions.
- Word Choice: Use vocabulary that is appropriate for the purpose and audience/field
- Mechanics: Employ correct punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and documentation conventions.
Research Methods in Animal Behavior
Cellular Biochemistry Lab
Classical Physical Chemistry Laboratory
Age of Cicero
Writing for the Public Media
Grammar and Language Study for Teachers
Foundations of Literacy
Varieties of the Essay
Literature and Psychology
Vampires in Literature and Culture
Images of Women in Literature and Film
Journey in World Literature
Journey in American Literature
The Bible as Literature
Writing & Animal Studies
Intro to Creative Writing
Advanced Fiction Writing
Texts, Contexts, and Subtexts
Creativity and Composition Theory
Advanced Creative Writing
Topics in Modernism
Life in Colonial Atlantic
Stalinism & Nazism
History Honors Thesis
Seminar in Teaching PE/Health
Advanced Physics Laboratory
Catholic Social Ethics: Theological Perspectives