|Course Title||RHET WRITTEN ARG CONTEXT|
|Full Title||Rhetoric of Written Arguments in Context|
|Description||Further practice in writing, reading, and critical thinking. Emphasis on rhetoric of written arguments in context and using multiple sources in writing. Continued attention to structure, cohesion, and rhetorical conventions. Not open to students with credit in Africana Studies 200, American Indian Studies 225, Chicana and Chicano Studies 200, English 200, or Linguistics 200. Completion of Rhetoric and Writing Studies 200 may require completion of the library workbook assignment.|
|Prerequisite||Satisfaction of the SDSU Written Communication Assessment requirement and Rhetoric and Writing Studies 100 [or English 100] or 105B, or Africana Studies 120 or American Indian Studies 120 or Chicana and Chicano Studies 111B or English 100 or Linguistics 100B. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Test scores or verification of exemption; copy of transcript.|
|Statement||Same course as English 200.|
|General Text||International students are advised to take Linguistics 200.|
Same course as ENGL 200.
This course must be taken for letter grade in order to satisfy communication and critical thinking section of general education.
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Proof of prerequisite required.