In ENG 100, students write about writing, focusing on the theme of literacy. Students are encouraged to think and write critically about their writing practices and the writing practices of diverse others.
ENG 200 and 200H (Honors) are writing courses based on a theme of the instructor’s choosing. These two courses take a writing-across-the-curriculum approach enabling students to develop rhetorical abilities to write effectively in a university comprised of disciplines with different writing expectations.
First‐year students majoring in American studies, art history, and the humanities, as well as select honors students in the Department of Teacher Education and the School of Business fulfill their composition requirement by taking ASI 110 and ASI 120 as part of the Core Program. In Core, students study English, history, philosophy, and religious studies in an integrated program.