|Course Title||WRITTEN COMMUNICATION|
|Full Title||Written Communication|
|Description||Understanding of rhetoric of written argument from interdisciplinary perspectives, with reference to American Indian content. Designed to develop and enhance composition and reading skills. Focus on writing skills that contribute to academic growth and development. Not open to students with credit in a higher-numbered composition course or Africana Studies 120 or Chicana and Chicano Studies 111B or Linguistics 100B or Rhetoric and Writing Studies 100 [or English 100], or 105B.|
|Prerequisite||Satisfaction of the SDSU Written Communication Assessment requirement. (See the Graduation Requirements section of catalog.) Proof of completion of prerequisite required.|
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online. Take READINESS SURVEY To see if this course format is right for you.
This section has a zero-cost course materials (ZCCM) designation and exclusively uses digital course materials that are free of charge and may have an optional low-cost print version or there are no course materials required. The ZCCM designation may change if a new faculty member is assigned or other course materials are added.
Specific competency requirements must be met prior to enrolling in this class; see section information for details.