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Course Description for ENG 101: English Composition

Students must place into this class.  This course is designed to help students acquire the skills they will need for academic success. They will learn to produce essays that are clear, concise, and unified. The writing process is emphasized. Students write papers both out of class, at least one of which requires outside sources and documentation, and in class. Near the end of the course, students will complete a final in-class essay which will be evaluated by the English Department to assess the writer’s preparedness to move on to other college-level writing courses.  This course fulfills the SUNY General Education requirement for the Basic Communication Knowledge and Skill Area.

 

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Guide created by Douglas Library librarian, Kaye Figlioli.

 

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