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WRI 399 - Professional and Technical Writing (WID)

Four Credits
Spring Semester

This course provides students with a practical foundation for professional writing and communication in business and technical fields, such as engineering, accounting, finance, government, and computer science and covers written, oral and electronic communication in a wide variety of genres: letters, memos, texts, PowerPoint presentations, speeches, posters, investigative journalism, collaborative reports, proposals, and social media. Frequent short assignment, labs, and a final project related to a chosen discipline are required.

Prerequisite(s)/Restriction(s): Completion of the First-Year Seminar Requirement.
General Education Attribute(s): Writing-in-the-Disciplines
Course Applies to: Data Science, Digital Humanities