English LC-Q (ENGQ)

ENGQ 105C  Composition and Rhetoric I - CAP  (2 credits)  
ENGQ 110  Composition  (3 credits)  

This Learning Community will explore the interrelationships between the aquatic and human worlds. The sea has long been an apt metaphor for the cycle fo life. Through scientific and literary studies, students will gain an appreciation for what some have called "the last frontier" on earth. The readings will include works that reflect mankind's awe and fascination with this powerful phenomenon of nature.

ENGQ 110C  Composition - CAP  (3 credits)  
ENGQ 120  Critical Writing  (4 credits)  

This Learning Community will explore the interrelationships between the aquatic and human worlds. The sea has long been an apt metaphor for the cycle fo life. Through scientific and literary studies, students will gain an appreciation for what some have called "the last frontier" on earth. The readings will include works that reflect mankind's awe and fascination with this powerful phenomenon of nature.

Prerequisites: ENG 101 or ENG 110 or permission of Department Chair. Learning Community
ENGQ 120C  Critical Writing - CAP  (4 credits)  
ENGQ 201  Writing in the Disciplines  (3 credits)  

These two courses provide students with the opportunity to research and write about historical and contemporary issues in education. ENG 201 offers a variety of writing assignments coordinated with students' field experiences and readings in TCH 201. TCH 201 requires students to complete several writing assignments that match and are enhanced by their efforts in ENG 201.