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Abraham
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Architectural Technology

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ENG2730 Professional Editing and Revising, Spring 2024

ENG2730 Professional Editing and Revising, Spring 2024

Students will learn to identify audiences and choose appropriate language, tone, and style in order to write, edit, and revise a variety of communiqués in various workplace scenarios. Revision documents may be internally created or externally appropriated, depending on the instructor’s discretion. Instruction in the protocols of revising, editing, proofreading, and associated tasks. This class will place an emphasis on the ability to rethink and adapt to ever-present writing exigencies, especially as professional writing continues to use both paper and digital tools.

2720

2720

Writing with New Media–Spring 2024, Professor Lestón

ENG2700 Intro to Professional and Technical Writing, Fall 2023

ENG2700 Intro to Professional and Technical Writing, Fall 2023

Writing Intensive 4 cl hrs An introductory course in effective professional and technical writing techniques and concepts. Students use digital media to communicate professional and technical information to a variety of audiences via written and oral presentations. Students also analyze a wide range of documents, study appropriate models, and practice collaborative research, writing, and presentation. Prerequisite: ENG 1121 Potential substitute for ENG 2575 for CST majors

Introduction to Language and Technology

Introduction to Language and Technology

An introduction to the relationship between language and technology by reviewing the history of various technologies of the world, including writing, printing, and digital media. The course explores the history of rhetoric and its relationship to traditional, print-based technologies, as well as new forms and meanings of digital literacy.

ARCH 1101, INTRO SP2023

ARCH 1101, INTRO SP2023

The Introduction to Architecture provides a foundation for students entering the BArch / BTech program to develop a “visual literacy” of the built environment. Using New York City as a living laboratory, students explore concepts of design, composition, and construction in the context of the city through their direct experience of buildings. By practicing the basic skills of drafting, sketching, and reading about buildings, and with the opportunity to present their understandings to others through written assignments and verbal presentations, students will develop methods of representing and presenting architecture verbally and graphically.

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