An introductory course in composition. The course will emphasize writing practice in various rhetorical modes with focus on all stages of the writing process and writing as a thinking process. (Students who qualify with a grade of "BC" or better in ENG 110 will be exempt from further writing requirements in the General Education skills category but this does not exempt students from the writing emphasis course requirement.)
English 110 Learning Outcomes Statement
•be able to communicate effectively in writing
Critical Thinking, Reading, & Writing
• be able to use writing and reading for inquiry, learning,
• have flexible strategies for generating ideas, revising,
editing, and proofreading
Knowledge of Conventions
• be able to use a format appropriate to the context
Adopted by The English Department 02/05/03
The mission of the General Education Program at UW-La Crosse is to develop life-long learners who will be engaged as knowledgeable and responsible citizens in a diverse and ever-changing world.
It is the University's vision that the core curriculum encourages students to
Instructor Contact Information
Bradley Butterfield—Office 431E, Office
Hours: MW 1:30-3:30 p.m.