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ENGL395 - Writing for Health Professions
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This course is designed to help students interested in careers in the health professions to make the transition from college-level writing to "real world" professional communication. The course exposes students to advanced research resources and strategies particular to the health professions in order to produce professional documents, including cover letters, resumes, personal statements, project proposals, and review articles. The course covers the complex process writers need to learn to accomplish this goal, including how to accommodate information to specific audiences; how to use stylistic and visual devices to make information more accessible; and how to edit their work as well as that of their peers
60 credits and completion of ENGL101 or equivalent.
This course satisfies the professional writing requirement. For ENGL majors to receive major credit from this course, they will have to have already fulfilled the professional writing requirement with another course.
Degree Requirements Met
English major and minor course requirements
- Group One
- Literary, Linguistic, and Rhetorical Analysis
- Group Two