CAS WR 100 — Writing Seminar

Imaginative engagement through reading and writing with a theme or topic in literature, thought, and society. Emphasis on assimilation of challenging readings into essays that are clear, accurate, persuasive, and engaging. Practice in classroom discussion of ideas and refinement of speaking skills. Special attention to comparison and synthesis. Individual conferences. (4 cr.)

See the catalog for specific course descriptions.

Students have the option to satisfy their WR 100 requirement through equivalent classes offered by other departments in CAS.

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Transfer of Credit

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Fall 2017 Graduate Writing Fellowships

The Writing Program has announced its annual competition for Graduate Writing Fellowships .
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