ENC 1102 - College Composition II
3 hours Lecture, 3 credits
Lower-Division College Credit
Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or better in ENC 1101
AA Elective: Yes
This course enables students to communicate through writing that demonstrates adequate content development, effective organization, sound logic, audience awareness in choice of vocabulary and appropriate tone, as well as a unified and coherent style with fluent use of standard English. In this course, students demonstrate critical-thinking skills to derive clear understanding of the basic ideas and attitudes expressed in selected readings, as well as thinking and writing skills in four important college-level processes: summarizing, synthesizing, critiquing, and writing impromptu essays. Students write a correctly documented research paper and demonstrate a mastery of CLAST grammar and writing competencies in the revising and editing processes.
This course is also offered in Honors format. For Honors Program sections, Honors Program permission is required.
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