ENG 3313 Applied Rhetoric Classical & Contemporay

This upper-level English course in rhetoric blends theory and practice with a focus on public discourse and citizenship in the history of rhetoric. All majors welcome. Students will learn about classical and contemporary rhetoric, drawing connections, and applying concepts to contemporary issues within their majors, future careers, and/or advocacy interests. Assignments will emphasize written and oral communication and metacognition, focusing on conceptual explorations and applications, analysis, and case-building. Students will learn to analyze, evaluate, and produce texts with the goal of communicating complex concepts clearly and gaining proficiency in building logical and persuasive arguments.


3 Credits


Required: Take ENG-1301 and ENG-1302.