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Academic Writing Studio

Date posted: May 13th, 2016

English 183: Academic Writing Studio (1 credit) is designed for non-native speakers of English who are currently taking a University Seminar and want to continue developing heir ability to understand and produce academic writing. …Read more.

Writing Workshop for Researchers

Date posted: May 13th, 2016

English 186: Writing Workshop for Researchers (2 credits) is an individualized writing workshop/tutorial for Case Western Reserve University graduate students, faculty, and staff. Although it may be appropriate for native speakers of English, it is intended primarily for individuals who wish to improve their academic and professional US English skills. …Read more.

Writing Tutorial

Date posted: May 13th, 2016

English 180: Writing Tutorial (1 credit) is a one-on-one writing class designed to develop students’ expository writing skills through weekly scheduled conferences with a Writing Resource Center Instructor. All English 180 instructors have been trained in composition theory and pedagogy; many English 180 instructors have taught SAGES seminars as well. …Read more.

Business & Technical Writing

Date posted: May 13th, 2016

English 217A: Business & Technical Writing (3 credits) offers students practice and theoretical background in professional communication, including audience analysis, logic and strategy applied to the writing of technical reports, proposals, manuals, progress and feasibility studies, memoranda, and letters. …Read more.

Writing for the Health Professions

Date posted: May 13th, 2016

English 217B: Writing for the Health Professions (3 credits) offers students practice and training in writing for the health professions (e.g., medicine, nursing, dentistry).   Students learn to adapt their writing skills to the demands of healthcare audiences. …Read more.

Professional Communication for Engineers

Date posted: May 12th, 2016

English 398: Professional Communication for Engineers (2 credits) introduces principles and strategies for effective communication in both academic and workplace engineering settings. English 398 complements Engineering 398, a 1-credit co-requisite lecture course, which introduces major practical, theoretical, and ethical issues that shape the environment for communication among professional engineers. …Read more.

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