English 1102 is the second of two comp classes required for graduation. In this course, you’ll build on the skills you developed
in 1101. So…what exactly will you learn?
What to expect in 1102
- How to read critically
- How to respond to the ideas of others in writing
- How to use advanced research techniques, on- and off-line.
Looking for something different?
- Reading and discussing essays
- Responding to the ideas of others in writing
- Conducting one or more research projects
- Getting to know your instructor one-on-one
English 1102 is often offered as a special topics class. Special topics classes, offered in the spring, count toward your
1102 requirement, and they focus on a particular subject or genre. Special topics have included topic such as writing about
Graphic Novels, Film and Drama, Popular Culture, Creative Non-Fiction. Sound interesting? Find more info on the Special Topics
If you’re an Honors student, ask your advisor about the Honors section of English 1102. And if English isn’t your first language,
ask your advisor about the International section of English 1101. Information about your class
Lost your syllabus? Need to know what books to buy? Need to know when that paper is due? Get course information by finding
your instructor’s name, then selecting the syllabus for your course.
Want to know your instructor’s office hours? Need to call or e-mail your instructor? Contact your instructor.
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