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Speed School Policy for Students Taking Honors ENGL105

Students completing ENGL 105 in lieu of ENGL 101 and ENGL 102 satisfy the General Education and Engineering Fundamentals requirements for Written Communication. However, an additional 3-hour Writing (WR) course or honors Written Communication (WC) course is needed to satisfy program credit hour requirements.

The Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) and the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) departments recommend that CEE and ECE majors take ENGL 303 or ENGL 306 for the remaining three credit hours.

Students may take a course (three credit hours) from the following list of WC courses or WR courses as listed below.

Written Communication (WC) Courses:
HON 215  Topics: Arts and Writ Comm – AWC
HON 216  Topics: Hist and Writ Comm – SBWC
HON 217  Topics: Hum and Writ Comm – HWC
HON 218  Topics: Socs and Writ Comm – SBWC
HON 219  Topics: Math and Writ Comm – MWC

Writing (WR) Courses:

ANTH - ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 333: Globalizing Inequalities - WR
ANTH 336: War and Society - WR
ANTH 373: Methods in Biological Anthropology - WR

ARTH - ART HISTORY
ARTH 362: Early Medieval Art and Architecture - WR
ARTH 363: Late Medieval Art and Architecture - WR
ARTH 541: Modern Perspectives in the Visual Arts - WR

BIOL - BIOLOGY
BIOL 348: Animal Development - WR
BIOL 391: Concepts in Biology - WR
BIOL 392: Microbes and Core Concepts in Ecology and Evolution - WR
BIOL 406: Undergrad Research - WR
BIOL 415: Biology of the Cell - WR
BIOL 416: Biotechnology Methods - WR
BIOL 504: Independent Study - WR
BIOL 542: Gene Structure and Function - WR

CHEM - CHEMISTRY
CHEM 390: Undergraduate Research - WR

COMM-COMMUNICATION
COMM 320: Newswriting - WR
COMM 323: Magazine and Feature Writing - WR
COMM 345: Advertising Copywriting - WR
COMM 348: Writing for Public Relations - WR
COMM 421: Communication Technologies - WR
COMM 430: Health Communication - WR
COMM 432: Advanced Organizational Communication - WR
COMM 433: Children and Television - WR
COMM 440: Intercultural Communication - WRCD2
COMM 463: Global Media - WR
COMM 499: Senior Thesis - WR
COMM 506: Ethical Problems in Communication - WR
COMM 513: History of Communication - WR
COMM 520: Computer-Mediated Communication - WR

ENGL - ENGLISH
ENGL 300: Introduction to English Studies - WR
ENGL 303: Scientific and Technical Writing - WR
ENGL 306: Business Writing - WR
ENGL 309: Inquiries in Writing - WR
ENGL 310: Writing About Literature for Non-Majors - WR
ENGL 342: Black Women Novelists - WR - CD1
ENGL 401: Honors Seminar - WR
ENGL 402: Civil War & American Culture - WR
ENGL 413: British Literature from the Beginning through Shakespeare - WR
ENGL 423: African American Literature from 1845 to the Present - WRCD1
ENGL 460: Studies in Individual Authors - WR
ENGL 470: Studies in Literary Movements - WR
ENGL 505: Advanced Technical Writing  - WR
ENGL 507: The Teaching of Creative Writing - WR
ENGL 567: Post-Colonial Voices: Writing Experience in African Literature -WR
ENGL 599: Advanced Studies in English -WR

FREN - FRENCH

FREN 322: Written Expression -WR

GEOG - GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 361: Human Societies and Environments -WR
GEOG 362: Disease, Ecology and Environmental Management in Africa -WR
GEOG 399: Senior Honors Seminar - WR
GEOG 441: Senior Thesis Proposal - WR
GEOG 442: Senior Thesis -WR
GEOG 499: Senior Honors Thesis - WR

HIST - HISTORY
HIST 304: Historical Methods -WR
HIST 315: United States Constitutional History I - WR
HIST 316: United States Constitutional History II - WR
HIST 326: History of Childhood in America - WR
HIST 328: History of American Medicine - WR
HIST 355: European Ideas and Ideologies: Selected Topics - WR
HIST 356: Islamic Middle East - WR
HIST 357: Middle Eastern History, 1453 to the Present - WRCD1
HIST 367: British Imperialism -WR
HIST 376: War in the Modern Middle East - WR
HIST 377: The Ottoman Empire to 1800 - WRCD1
HIST 378: The Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey from 1800 - WRCD1
HIST 385: Russian Cultural History - WRCD2
HIST 390: History of Islamic Central Asia - WRCD2
HIST 396: History of India - WR
HIST 410: Honors History- WR
HIST 419: Western Military History - WR
HIST 498: Honors Seminar - WR
HIST 499: Senior Honors Thesis - WR
HIST 506: Women in 19th Century America - WR
HIST 508: American Environmental History - WR
HIST 511: History of the Old South - WR
HIST 512: History of the Jews in America - WR
HIST 516: History of American Civil Liberties - WR
HIST 518: Antebellum United States, 1800-1860 -WR
HIST 519: Gilded Age and Progressive Era United States, 1877-1929 - WR
HIST 521: Colonial America to 1765 - WR
HIST 524: United States Civil War and Reconstruction - WR
HIST 528: Recent American History, 1929-1945 - WR
HIST 529: Recent American History, 1945 to Present - WR
HIST 533: Twentieth-Century Latin America - WR
HIST 534: The U.S. and Latin America - WR
HIST 538: African-American Leadership - WR
HIST 540: Advanced Studies in History -WR
HIST 542: Studies in Graeco-Roman History -WR
HIST 547: Studies in Russian History - WR
HIST 551: Studies in Medieval History - WR
HIST 555: English Medieval History, 1066 to 1500 - WR
HIST 559: U.S. and the Cold War Policy - WR
HIST 561: U.S. and Vietnam - WR
HIST 563: The Middle Eastern Wars II - WR
HIST 571: The Renaissance - WR
HIST 572: Age of the Reformation - WR
HIST 575: Tudor England, 1485-1603 - WR
HIST 577: The French Revolution and Napoleon - WR
HIST 579: History of European Ideas: Selected Topics -WR
HIST 583: Women in the Twentieth Century in Europe and the U.S. - WR
HIST 587: The Russian Revolutions -WR
HIST 588: Feminism in Western Civilization, 1790-1920 - WR
HIST 589: History of American Sexualities - WR
HIST 590: Studies in African History - WR
HIST 591: Civilizations of Ancient and Medieval India - WR
HIST 592: Civilizations of Modern India - WR
HIST 593: American Image of the Middle East - WR
HIST 594: Studies in Middle Eastern History -WR
HIST 595: Principles of Cultural History - WR
HIST 596: History of the Future - WR
HIST 599: Oral History -WR

HON - HONORS
HON 336: A LGBTQ History of the United States- WR
HON 346: A LGBTQ History of the United States- WR
HON 356: Honors Seminar in Natural Sciences - WR
HON 420: Honors Thesis - WR
HON 436: Honors Seminar in Humanities - WR
HON 446: Honors Seminar in Social Sciences - WR
HON 456: Honors Seminar in Natural Sciences - WR

HUM - HUMANITIES
HUM 354: Masterpieces of Ancient Greece -WR
HUM 355: Masterpieces of Ancient Rome - WR
HUM 356: Masterpieces of the Middle Ages - WR
HUM 357: Masterpieces of the Renaissance - WR
HUM 358: Masterpieces of the 17th and 18th Centuries - WR
HUM 359: Masterpieces of the 19th & 20th Centuries -WR
HUM 363-01: Special Topics - WR
HUM 366: Theories of Literature - WR
HUM 500: Honors Thesis in Humanities - WR
HUM 510: Interdisciplinary Approaches: Study of Religion - WR
HUM 591:Perspectives on Ancient Culture - WR
   
JA - JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION
JA 435: Comparative Criminal Justice Systems -WR
JA 485: Seminar in Justice Administration -WR
JA 498: Honors Seminar - WR
JA 499: Honors Thesis -WR
JA 520: Capital Punishment -WR
JA 521: White Collar Crime -WR
JA 523: Race and Gender Issues in Criminal Justice - WR
JA 597: Ethics in Criminal Justice -WR

LAS - LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES

LAS 314: Special Topics in Latino Studies - WR

LING - LINGUISTICS

LING 326: Syntax - WR
LING 341: Philosophy of Language - WR

MATH - MATHEMATICS

MATH 560: Statistical Data Analysis-WR
MATH 590: History of Mathematics  - WR

M L - MODERN LANGUAGES

M L 342: Grimm's Fairy Tales - WR
M L 343: Weimar Culture - WR
M L 351: French Literature: Special Topics - WR
M L 352: Topics in German Literature - WR
M L 353: Russian Literature of the Nineteenth Century - WR
M L 354: Russian Literature of the Twentieth Century - WR
M L 361: Modern German Stories - WR
M L 362: Modern German Fiction - WR
M L 363: Modern German Drama - WR
M L 364: Masterpieces of German Theater - WR
M L 365: Women Writers and Filmmakers - WR
M L 506: Francophone Women Writers - WR
M L 553: Selected Authors in Foreign Literature - WR

PAS - PAN AFRICAN STUDIES
PAS 332: African American Women -WR
PAS 342: Black Women Novelists - WR - CD1
PAS 350: African American Women in Theatre - WRCD1
PAS 355: Cultural Diversity in Performance - WRCD1
PAS 356: History of the African American Theatre - WRCD1
PAS 384: Disease, Ecology and Environmental Management in Africa - WR
PAS 392: Faces of Global Poverty -WR
PAS 408: Research Methods in Pan African Studies -WR
PAS 520: The Black Family - WR
PAS 542: Black Women Voices - WR
PAS 562: Women's Health in Africa - WR
PAS 567: Post-Colonial Voices: Writing "Experience" in African Literature - WR

PHIL - PHILOSOPHY

PHIL 341: Philosophy of Language -WR
PHIL 356: Metaphysics -WR
PHIL 399: Senior Honors Seminar -WR
PHIL 499: Senior Honors Thesis -WR
PHIL 521: Ethical Theory - WR
PHIL 540: Epistemology - WR

POLS - POLITICAL SCIENCE

POLS 331: International Organization - WR
POLS 332: International Law - WR
POLS 345: Russia and Eurasia - WR
POLS 349: Comparative Political Culture - WR- CD2
POLS 365: People's Republic of China - WR
POLS 384: Democracy and Its Critics - WR
POLS 386: Political Theory and Utopia - WR
POLS 395: Political Leadership - WR
POLS 437: The United States and East Asia - WR
POLS 495: Politics Thru Film - WR
POLS 504: Topics in Political Theory - WR
POLS 563: Women in Developing Countries - WR
POLS 568: Feminist Theory - WR

PSYC - PSYCHOLOGY

PSYC 316: Psyc Research & Statistics - WR
PSYC 366: Multicultural Psychology  - WR
PSYC 406: Honors Research - WR
PSYC 432: Vision and Art - WR
PSYC 435: Seminar in Infancy - WR
PSYC 443: Introduction to Neuroscience - WR
PSYC 485: Stress and Trauma - WR
PSYC 550: Exercise Psychology - WR

SCHG - SOCIAL CHANGE

SCHG 305: Hip Hop and Social Movements -WR

SOC - SOCIOLOGY

SOC 303: Introduction to Research Methods-WR
SOC 320: Social Theory-WR
SOC 374: Sociology of Economic Life-WR
SOC 392: Faces of Global Poverty - WR
SOC 454: Classes and Stratification - WR
SOC 455: Occupations and Organizations - WR
SOC 464: Race and Ethnicity -WR
SOC 472: Sociology of Education - WR
SOC 499: Senior Honors Thesis - WR

SPAN - SPANISH

SPAN 491: Undergraduate Research - WR
SPAN 523: Advanced Communication Skills- WR

TA - THEATRE ARTS

TA 326: Cultural Diversity in Performance - WRCD1
TA 360: Classical to Medieval Theatre History-WR
TA 361: Renaissance to Romantic Theatre History-WR
TA 363: African American Women in Theatre - WRCD1
TA 366: History of African-American Theatre - WRCD1
TA 571: Playscript Interpretation -WR

WGST - WOMEN'S & GENDER STUDIES

WGST 332: History of Childhood in America - WR
WGST 342: Black Women Novelists - WR - CD1
WGST 343: Faces of Global Poverty - WR
WGST 348: African-American Women - WR
WGST 373: Women Writers and Filmmakers - WR
WGST 380: African-American Women in Theatre - WRCD1
WGST 392: Topics in Women's and Gender Studies - Social Sciences - WR
WGST 492: Topics in Women's and Gender Studies- Social Sciences WR
WGST 498: Senior Honors Thesis-Social Sciences-WR
WGST 499: Senior Honors Thesis -Humanities-WR
WGST 500: Senior Seminar in Women's and Gender Studies- Social Sciences WR
WGST 522: The Body in Popular Media - WR
WGST 523: Gender & Popular Music - WR
WGST 530: Feminism in Western Civilization, 1790-1920 - WR
WGST 531: Women in the Twentieth Century in Europe and the U.S. - WR
WGST 532: History of American Sexualities - WR
WGST 533: Women in 19th -Century America - WR
WGST 540: Women's Health in Africa - WR
WGST 543: Black Women Voices - WR
WGST 556: Feminist Theory - WR
WGST 558: Women in Developing Countries - WR
WGST 571: Francophone Women Writers - WR
WGST 592: Topics in Women's and Gender Studies-Social Sciences - WR

 

 

 

 

 

 

Effective: August 23, 2010

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