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    Lipscomb University
  Nov 20, 2017
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

EN 1313 - University Writing (3) F, SP, SU

A first-year composition course that develops students’ ability to read and think critically, to employ discussion and writing as a means of exploring and refining ideas, and to express those ideas in effective prose. The course is designed to help students develop transferable skills of analysis and argumentation, applicable to a variety of disciplines. Students will produce at least four projects totaling 4000 words of formal writing. At least one of the essays must be an evidence-based argumentative essay. The course will emphasize successive stages of the writing process, including prewriting, drafting, and revision, and will provide feedback from classmates and the instructor. This course meets the standards for Foundations general education credit.

Score of 3 or higher on English writing placement test. Students who take EN 1113  must receive a C or above as a prerequisite for EN 1313.