Course Descriptions - Critical Writing, Reading and Research

CRIT 201 Critical Writing, Reading and research

The course is designed to develop students as critical writers, readers, and researchers. It will prioritize critical reading, interpretation of both primary and secondary texts, and analysis of these texts. The course will focus on fostering original thinking and interaction with a variety of scholarship and research methods as students are introduced to college-level, academic research. This course will help students to reflect on the uses of reading and writing in an effort to better understand themselves, their communities, and the world. CritWRR sections will explore topical content related to contemporary themes and controversies.

Prerequisite: ENGL 105 or ENGL 212     3 Hours, 1 Semester

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Catalog of Nichols College
July 2016
Volume XLVIII