Workshop U | Evaluated Learning Experience
English 105 (ENG105)
48 hours (12 weeks).
September 2023 - present.
Upon successful completion of the learning experience, students will be able to: name and explain different communication styles; identify your own communication style and explain its strengths and challenges; identify the factors and processes that affect communication and miscommunication and use it to analyze both public and personal events; use primary and secondary research methods to analyze a current problem through the lens of communication or miscommunication; propose clear, actionable solutions to the problem based on your research; and write a clear and compelling research paper using both existing research and data.
The course emphasizes the importance of communication both speaking and listening. Students hone their analytical and critical reading and writing skills, and offer and listen to new perspectives based on evidence and research.
In the lower division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in English (7/23).