USEM 103 - University Seminar
Deepen communication, thinking, and research skills, with an emphasis on practical application of these skills. Demonstrate knowledge and skills through formal writing and speaking opportunities that extend analytical and reasoned argumentation to ethical, social, cultural, and/or global issues. Employ appropriate rhetorical strategies to support an argumentative or position-based thesis; and demonstrate advanced writing and revision strategies. Develop control, fluency and style with academic writing, speaking and research. Engage the learning dispositions, practices, and habits of mind that lead to academic success. University Seminar inquiry themes vary by instructor; please consult the University Studies program for current offerings. Writing Intensive: Multimodal Academic Composition, Argument, and Research Skills.
USEM 103 completes the University Seminar three-term sequence. USEM 103 engages University Studies learning goals [A, B, C]. Prerequisite(s): Completion of USEM 102 with a C- or better or a transfer credit of WR 122 or equivalent.
Graded (A-F) only
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