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                <h3 id="ENG110" class="CourseHeading">ENG 110 Writing I</h3>
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                    <em>Prerequisite: <a href="https://www.missouristate.edu/GeneralEducation/English_Placement.htm" target="_blank">appropriate placement score</a> or ENG 100.</em>
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                    <em>General Education Course (Focus on Written Communication and Information Literacy).</em>
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                <p>An introduction to college-level writing in which students develop critical reading and writing skills. The emphasis in reading has students locating, evaluating, and synthesizing information in an analytical and ethical manner. The emphasis
                    in writing develops students&#x27; understanding of the ways writers generate and express ideas of different purposes to various kinds of audiences across a range of context, including social, academic, and professional. Students work
                    on argumentation, rhetorical analysis, and editing for clarity, style, and conventions.</p>
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                    <dt>Credit hours:</dt>
                    <dd>3</dd>
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                    <dd>3</dd>
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                    <dd>0</dd>
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                <p>
                    <strong>Typically offered:</strong> Fall, Spring</p>
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                    <a href="https://mis.missouristate.edu/Student/pco/search?prefix=ENG&amp;number=110">Projected offerings</a>
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