RC - Rhetoric and Composition

Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

Graduate Courses in Rhetoric and Composition (RC)

Additional offerings by the department include courses in English (ENG)

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Carl Eby, Department Chair

Rhetoric and Composition (RC)

R C 5100. Composition Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy (3).S. An introduction to composition theory and relevant rhetorical, reading, and psycholinguistic theory with an emphasis on the connections among theory, practice, and pedagogy. Required of teaching assistants.

R C 5120. Teaching in the Writing Center (1).F. Required of all graduate students working in the Writing Center. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.

R C 5121. Teaching Basic Writing (1).F. Theory and practice in teaching Basic Writing. Required of all graduate students teaching Basic Writing. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.

R C 5122. Teaching Expository Writing (1).F. Theory and practice in teaching Expository Writing. Required of all graduate students teaching Expository Writing. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.

R C 5124. Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum (1).S. Theory and practice in teaching Introduction to Writing Across the Curriculum. Required of all graduate students teaching introduction to Writing Across the Curriculum. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.

R C 5300. Studies in Rhetoric and Composition (3).F. Alternate years. A critical study of issues in rhetoric and composition. Content to vary; may be repeated for credit when content does not duplicate. Prerequisite: Composition Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy or Writing Center Theory and Practice or permission of the instructor.

R C 5510. Graduate Writing Workshop (1).On Demand. An introduction to writing formats in graduate study. Graded on an S/U basis. May be repeated for additional credit.

R C 5990. Capstone in Rhetoric and Composition (3).F;S. A substantial piece of writing addressing a specific concern in rhetoric and composition. Prerequisites: Composition Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy; Studies in Rhetoric and Composition; and permission of the instructor.