Writing Intensive Courses
Writing intensive courses meet an IU Kokomo School of Arts & Sciences General Education requirement for students earning a BA degree. Such courses must be on the 300- or greater level and involve a substantial amount of writing, including revision.
Course title and course number
- BIOL-L403 Biology Seminar
- NMCM-N315 Web Writing and Usability
- SPCH-S333 Public Relations Writing
- ENG-A303 Topics in African American Studies
- ENG-W321 Advanced Technical Writing
- ENG-W350 Advanced Expository Writing
- ENG-W365 Theories and Practices of Editing
- ENG-W395 Individual Study of Writing (3 cr.)
- ENG-W400 Issues in Teaching Writing
- PHIL-P346 Classics in Philosophy of Art
- ALL ENG-E courses and ENG-L courses at the 300-level or above (EXCEPT ENG-L390 Children’s Literature and ENG-L391 Literature for Young Adults)
In addition, Senior Seminar courses in the disciplines of Psychology (PSY-P459 History and Systems of Psychology), History and Political Science (COAS-S400 Social Science Seminar), and Sociology (SOC-S470 Senior Seminar) meet the Writing Intensive requirement, but students enrolled in these courses must have declared a major in the field.
Prerequisites: ENG-W131 and ENG-W132
All students enrolling in a Writing Intensive course must have completed their Elementary Composition courses (ENG-W131 and ENG-W132). A student wishing to enroll in a Writing Intensive course who has not completed W131 and W132 must have the instructor’s permission to enroll.