En150 Advanced English Composition 4 credits
Students in this advanced course extend their competency in basic composition skills by writing in particular genres for different audiences and situations (genres may include letters, reviews, proposals, profiles and/or others). Students will write to inform, explain, and persuade. Competency in summarizing, paraphrasing,
synthesizing and integrating sources are emphasized. Students also learn citation and documentation and learn to utilize sources appropriately according to the standards of academic integrity. This one-semester course covers the same material as both En101 and En102 in a more concentrated time. Students must demonstrate
eligibility for En150 following the procedures described in the Academic Policies section of the College Catalogue. Elements of public speaking will be introduced and developed.