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ENG1101 Model Course

Carrie Hall, Jacquelyn Blain
1101|Fall 2020

This is a model course for ENG 1101

ENG1101 LC09 Fall 2020

Jennifer Sears
ENG 1101|Fall 2020

This is Professor Jennifer Sears’ online Fall 2020 ENG 1101 course. Students joining this site should make sure this is the correct section: ENG1101-LCO9. See you online soon!


Carrie Hall
1101|Fall 2020

This is a model course for ENG 1101

ENG1101-O142 Fall 2020

Anthony Eid
1101|Fall 2020

ENG 1101-O142 (27017)


Sarah Schmerler
ENG1121|Spring 2019

You write to become a more effective person — across the board. We will write a LOT in this course, and we will listen to what was said. Let the power begin.

Blain ENG1101, SP2020

Blain ENG1101, SP2020

Jacquelyn Blain

This first year composition class focuses on the reading, writing, and thinking skills that you’ll be able to transfer to other courses and to writing at home and in the workplace.

ENG1121 Model Course

Carrie Hall
1121|Fall 2020

This is a model course for ENG 1121

ENG 1101

ENG 1101|Fall 2020

This is a writing course


Carrie Hall, Kerin E. Coughlin
1101|Fall 2019

Learning community course taught alongside Kerin Coughlin’s Law 1101

LAW1101 Intro to Paralegal Studies FYLC, FA2019

LAW1101 Intro to Paralegal Studies FYLC, FA2019

Kerin E. Coughlin, Carrie Hall
LAW 1101|Fall 2019

This course provides an overview of the legal system and the role of the legal assistant within that system. Topics include sources of law; legal terminology; operation of the court system at state and federal […]

ENG1121 COMP II SPRING 2019 Section 421

Leigh Gold
Spring 2019

This is one of several sections of a new curriculum for English 1121 that is beginning this semester. In English 1121, we will continue the work we had begun in English 1101. This class aims to take the […]

ENG 1121: Writing Across Situations

ENG 1121|Spring 2019

This is the second semester first-year writing course in a two-course sequence focused on writing, rhetoric, analysis, transfer, genre awareness, and research-based writing.