ENGL 1001. Rhetoric and Composition 1. 3 cr. hrs.

An introduction to the basic principles of rhetoric and composition. Investigation and practice of the methods of college writing.

Admission and Readmission to the Undergraduate Colleges

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...3 cr. for ENGL 1001 6 cr. for ENGL 1001 and ENGL 1002 Environmental Science...

Major in Nursing

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...3 ENGL 1001 +# 3 BISC 1015 + 5 PSYC 1001 +# 3 ENGL 1002 +# 3 THEO 1001...

Degree Requirements

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...Area is satisfied by ENGL 1001 Rhetoric and Composition 1 , and ENGL 1002 Rhetoric and...

Degree Requirements

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...the area of Rhetoric: ENGL 1001 Rhetoric and Composition 1 and ENGL 1002 Rhetoric and...

College Resources

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...two-course writing sequence: ENGL 1001 Rhetoric and Composition 1 and ENGL 1002 Rhetoric and...

English

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The Department of English at Marquette University is a community of scholar-teachers and students who embrace the traditional Jesuit conception of liberal education inspired by St. Ignatius of Loyola. Grounded in this tradition, the department focuses on the study of “humane letters,” which is accorded a central and indispensable place in Jesuit education and defined as the study of rhetoric, poetry, grammar and history. Informed by this tradition as well as by contemporary literary and language studies, the department includes nationally and internationally prominent faculty and offers the following undergraduate programs of study: three majors (English Literature [ENGL], Writing-Intensive English [ENGW], and English Language Arts [ENGA]) and three minors (Literature, Literatures of Diverse Cultures and Writing-Intensive English). The Literature major studies major periods, authors and kinds of English and American literature with an emphasis on literary-historical-cultural analysis. The Writing-Intensive English major studies both literature and writing with emphases on rhetoric and composition, creative writing and/or professional writing. The English Language Arts major (a secondary major for students in the College of Education) studies literature, language and writing to prepare for successful teaching of English at the primary or secondary level. All three majors and minors provide opportunities for students to develop skills in critical reasoning, researching and evaluating information, written and spoken communication and creative writing. The course work is designed to prepare students for a wide variety of careers in areas including writing, editing, education, nonprofit work, business and law.

Academic Regulations

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...where a specific course number (i.e. ENGL 1001 Rhetoric and Composition 1 or BISC...

Department of Clinical Laboratory Science

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...credits Core Curriculum Requirements: * ENGL 1001 Rhetoric and Composition 1 and ENGL 1002 Rhetoric and...

Department of Biomedical Sciences

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...and Department Curriculum Requirements: * ENGL 1001 Rhetoric and Composition 1 and ENGL 1002 Rhetoric and...