English/Communications 332(3 Credits), Advanced Composition and Grammar, is a study of expository, informative and personal writing. The class focuses on developing clear thinking, organization, and reasoning by examining rhetorical elements such as unity, coherence, and emphasis, and the more fundamental editorial elements, such as usage, punctuation, and spelling. Aside from extensive practice in writing, we will also analyze and evaluate representative essays, and some research writing -- including the use of library research materials -- is required. Prerequisites: ENG 101, 102.
Important Updates:Here's the book I mentioned today in class on MLK:
Behind the Dream, by Clarence B. Jones