ENGH 302: Advanced Composition
ENGH 302-K01: Advanced Composition
10:30 AM to 11:45 AM MW
Mason Korea (119 Songdomunhwa-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Korea) G204
Section Information for Fall 2022
Welcome to English 302! This course is designed to help prepare you for advanced rhetorical analysis, research, and writing in your discipline both within and beyond the university. Like most composition classes, ENGH 302 emphasizes research and writing as processes. So, this semester, we’ll explore beneficial ways to break these tasks into smaller steps. As an advanced composition class, it’s also designed to make you self-reliant—to make you responsible for determining what is required of you as a writer in your field. This will help you improve not only your professional skills but also your ability to produce rhetorically aware texts, which show awareness of the writing’s context, purpose, and audience.
Our class also frames writing as a way of entering the conversations in your field. Through the course’s major assignments, you will develop a line of inquiry, do focused research, and ultimately join the conversation about an issue in your field that interests you.
I look forward to sharing the semester with you and to reading your writing. My goal is to help you further develop your writing skills, so that you feel confident in activities that you encounter in your other classes or in your personal and professional lives.
For this section of ENGH 302, there is no required textbook. Instead, you’ll read texts, watch videos, and complete tutorials, accessible via our Course Calendar. The required materials you will need for this course section are: Laptop, Mason ID, Google Account, MS Word
Course Information from the University Catalog
Required Prerequisites: (ENGH 100C, 100XS, 101C, 101XS, U101, 122C, 122XS, ENGL 100C, 101C, U101, 122C, HNRS 110C, 110XS, NCLC 203C, INTS 203C or 203XS) and (ARAB 325D, 325XS, 325XP, L325, CHIN 310D, 310XS, 310XP, L310, 311D, 311XS, 311XP, 325D, L325, 325XS, 325XP, 328D, 328XS, 328XP, CLAS 250D, U250, 250XS, 250XP, 260D, 260XS, 260XP, 340D, 340XS, 340XP, 350D, 350XS, 350XP, 360D, 360XS, 360XP, 380D, 380XS, 380XP, ENGH 201D, U201, 201XS, 201XP, 202D, U202, 202XS, 202XP, 203D, U203, 203XS, 203XP, 204D, U204, 204XS, 204XP, FREN 325D, L325, 325XS, 325XP, 329D, 329XS, 329XP, FRLN 330D, 330XS, 330XP, GERM 325D, 325XS, 325XP, ITAL 320D, 320XS, 320XP, 325D, L325, 325XS, 325XP, JAPA 340D, 340XS, 340XP, KORE 311D, 311XS, 311XP, PHIL 253D, 253XS, 253XP, RELI 235D, 235XS, 235XP, U235, 333D, 333XS, 333XP, RUSS 325D, 325XS, 325XP, 326D, 326XS, 326XP, 327D, 327XS, 327XP, SPAN 325D, L325, 325XS, 325XP, ENGH 2---, INTS 101D, 101XS, 101XP, NCLC 101D, HNRS 131D, 131XS, 131XP, ELED 258D, U258, 258XS, 258XP, HIST 334D, 334XS, 334XP, RELI 271D, 271XS, 271XP, SEED 370D, 370XS, 370XP, INTS 363D, 363XS, 363XP, RELI 339D, 339XS or 339XP).
C Requires minimum grade of C.
XS Requires minimum grade of XS.
D Requires minimum grade of D.
XP Requires minimum grade of XP.
Students with a class of Freshman may not enroll.
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.