EN 306A - Scientific and Technical Writing
This course is the third course in the required writing sequence at Park University. It emphasizes professional writing skills and expectations in various disciplines while developing further basic writing skills. Specific departmental courses may be deemed equivalent and will be used to satisfy this course. The course will have three sections as follows: Scientific and Technical Writing This course helps students do scientific and technical research and prepare reports that will address the needs of various audiences in science, government, and industry. Business Communications This course will emphasize knowing and preparing various kinds of communications in business and related fields: business letters, reports, proposals, surveys, field studies, visual aids, group presentations, and public lectures. Advanced Expository and Research Writing This course develops further skills in advanced expository writing: long essays or articles for publication in journals or trade magazines, arts or literary publications, the teaching of writing, and general critical or argumentative pieces.
This course helps students do scientific and technical research and prepare reports that will address the needs of various audiences in science, government, and industry.
Prerequisite(s): EN 105 and EN 106
Liberal Education: Professional Writing
Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0 Credits: 3
History: EN 300A
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