WSC 131 - (IS) Writing for AdvocacySemester Hours: 3-4
This course provides students with writing strategies to advocate for social change within both their campus and their broader communities. Students will design and complete projects with a substantial fieldwork component that includes engaging in a dialogue with a campus or community partner, identifying a problem that can be addressed through writing, and producing written material that attempts to address the problem. Students will read about, write within, and reflect upon professional writing advocacy genres, including social and news media, letters and pamphlets, professional reports, and grant applications.
WSC 001 or permission of the instructor. May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/Fail basis.
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