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ENGL 1600 Critical Thinking, Literature, and Composition

This course focuses on critical thinking and composition through reading of essays, poetry, drama, and fiction. It introduces critical evaluation, develops techniques of analytical, critical and argumentative writing, explores inference, evidence, inductive and deductive reasoning, identification of assumptions, underlying conclusions and other terms of logical thinking, and continues expository writing (8,000 word minimum). C-ID: ENGL 105, ENGL 110, & ENGL 120. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.

Credits

4.00 Credits(s)

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: Successful completion in English 1500 with a grade of "C" or better; 64 hours lecture

Distribution

English