Express ideas to professional peers with purpose and clarity.
WOC Syllabus Statement
This course meets the Core Curriculum Written and Oral Communication Essential Learning Outcome; it provides students the opportunity to practice their ability to develop and express ideas in either written or oral form. Students mount arguments, marshal evidence, and deploy rhetorical devices, drawing on genres and styles appropriate to the discipline.
Expectations for Student Learning
Courses approved for the Written and Oral Communication ELO ask students to engage in activities or complete assignments that build competence in this area. They require students to demonstrate knowledge of and/or skill in at least four of the following areas:
Sample Activities or Assignments
Note: The WOC Core outcome cannot be met by College Writing I and II.
WOC Course Listing