3 credits—Composition I emphasizes fluency, thesis-driven organization, the use of supporting details, and research techniques. Writing is approached as a recursive process that includes prewriting strategies, drafting, revising, and editing. The course helps students shape writing to serve readers' needs and define a sense of purpose in their writing. It also gives students strategies for reading college-level material.
Lecture Hours: 48
Prerequisite(s): Appropriate COMPASS scores or equivalent.
2015–2016 Course Cost: $478.50 *
2016–2017 Course Cost: $505.50 *
Course Cost Calculation: Resident tuition and fees x course credits + course fee if applicable.
The course cost calculation does not include:
The cost of books. Visit the Hawkeye Bookstore to determine the cost of books.
Tools and supplies. Some programs may have additional cost of tools and supplies. Check with a program advisor for more information.
Non-resident tuition and fees or international student costs.
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