ENG 115 - Expositions and Arguments
One of two First Year Seminars, this course explores the ways in which the inherent dignity and sacredness of the human person and “non-human” creation is defined, explored, and challenged in a range of classic and contemporary expositional and argumentative texts. In a seminar, students are expected to participate in discussions, and all students will lead one discussion during the term. This seminar requires a set sequence of writing assignments across sections. The seminar culminates in a symposium during which students present an argument. Taken first or second semester of first year. It fulfills the General Education first-year writing requirement.
Prerequisites & Notes
It fulfills the General Education first-year writing requirement. This course is cross listed with ENG 120 and FYS 115.
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