ENC 2210 Technical Communications

This course focuses on various methods of composition and research applicable to professional writing practices such as visual rhetoric, persuasion, argumentation, exposition, process/analysis, and critical analysis. Students learn and practice documentation and writing standards both individually and through group activities. The majority of class assignments are geared to simulate work-place situations in order to provide students with practical experience transferable to their chosen careers. This course also includes rhetorical principles for writing on the Web. In addition, students are required to provide verbal and written critical analyses of reading materials in subject areas such as ethics, technology, communications, rhetoric, and theory. Gordon Rule course - must achieve a grade of "C" or higher for the A.A. Degree.

3 credits

Prerequisites

ENC 1101 with a grade of "C" or higher, and must score into college-level reading on placement test.