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COM 1200 — Writing in the Sciences 3 Credit hours

Provides a working knowledge of the typical writing tasks encountered in the scientific workplace. This course is an interdisciplinary course which builds upon the writing skills acquired in COM 1110 and the science skills acquired in the physical sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) and social sciences (Sociology, Psychology). The course will cover principles and purposes critical to the scientific writing process, including such features as the collaborative nature of scientific writing; the importance of precision, clarity, and objectivity in scientific writing; and the role of ethics in scientific writing.
Transfer: TM.
Prerequisites: COM 1110.

Education Concentration

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Sociology Concentration

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English Writing/Literature Concentration

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...COM 1140 Technical Writing (OTM) 3 COM 1160 Business Communications (OTM/TAG) 3 COM 1200...

History Concentration

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...COM 1140 Technical Writing (OTM) 3 COM 1160 Business Communications (OTM/TAG) 3 COM 1200...

Associate of Arts Degree

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...COM 1140 Technical Writing (OTM) 3 COM 1160 Business Communications (OTM/TAG) 3 COM 1200...