Science, Technology & Society B.S.
Course DescriptionWriting in the Disciplines
Designed to strengthen students’ writing and analytical skills by examining the written language used by arts and humanities, social sciences and public affairs, natural sciences and technology, and business professionals. Students will read and evaluate a diverse spectrum of published materials and contrast for fundamental assumptions, concerns, methodology, terminology, and goals. Imitative and analytical papers are required. Prerequisite: C or better in COMP 101 3 credits (3 lecture hours), offered on a rotating basis These credits count toward the Humanities (List A) requirements for graduation.