WCOM : Principles and use of academic research skills to generate academic writing at an advanced level of English across the disciplines. Focus on article summary, critical analysis, and logical reasoning to develop sound arguments and well-reasoned essays. Common rhetorical strategies, citation and paraphrase of academic sources, and editing skills to enhance cohesion and avoid common English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) errors in grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.
Terms: Fall 2023, Winter 2024
Instructors: Babaei, Mehdi; Hung, Yvonne (Fall) Babaei, Mehdi (Winter)
Prerequisites: CESL 400 or WCOM 245 or placement test.
Restriction: Not open to students who have taken CEAP 250 or CESL 500. Only open to students in degree programs.