CMNS 2300 Critical Thinking and Writing for Science and Technology (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students analyze and discuss examples of writing from scientific and technical literature to improve their communication skills for lay and scientific audiences. Students learn to identify and produce writing styles and formats appropriate for science-based contexts and audiences, as well as develop skills in writing and documenting research documents on science and technology topics. Prerequisites: Admission to the Bachelor of Science Program OR Bachelor of Natural Resource Science Program OR Permission of the instructor AND CMNS 1290 OR CMNS 1291 OR ENGL 1100 OR ENGL 1101
Note: Students cannot receive credti for both CMNS 2300 and ENGL 2300
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