|Course Title||RHETORIC WRITTEN ARGUMENT|
|Full Title||Rhetoric of Written Argument|
|Description||International students are advised to take Linguistics 100B. Writing and reading as critical inquiry, designed to help students undertake university-level writing projects. Focus on rhetoric of written arguments. Students learn to use sources in their writing and make appropriate decisions about structure, cohesion, and rhetorical conventions. Not open to students with credit in a higher-numbered composition course or Africana Studies 120 or American Indian Studies 120 or Chicana and Chicano Studies 111B or English 100 or Linguistics 100B or Rhetoric and Writing Studies 105B.|
|Prerequisite||Satisfaction of the SDSU Written Communication Assessment requirement. (See Graduation Requirements section of catalog.) Proof of completion of prerequisite required.|
|Statement||Same course as English 100 and Political Science 100.|
This course must be taken for letter grade in order to satisfy communication and critical thinking section of general education.
Immediate Access Course: Some or all of the required materials for this class are provided in digital format within Canvas. The materials are available by the first day of classes and are free through the add/drop date. The SDSU add/drop deadline is at 7:59 p.m. PDT but you have until 11:59 p.m. PDT to opt out of Immediate Access. Unless you opt out of Immediate Access by 11:59 p.m. PDT on the add/drop date, your SDSU student account will then be charged the special reduced price for use of the materials for the remainder of the semester. Please visit www.shopaztecs.com/immediateaccess for additional information about Immediate Access pricing, digital subscription duration, print add-ons, opting out and other frequently asked questions.
Proof of prerequisite required.
Specific competency requirements must be met prior to enrolling in this class; see section information for details.