Course Descriptions

TRS 100 - Integrated Reading and Writing

Integrated Reading and Writing I is a four-hour foundational course with a two-hour required lab component. This course is designed to help students admitted through the Transitional Studies Department progress in their academic reading, writing, and learning skills. Students will develop effective reading strategies, increase reading fluency, expand vocabulary, improve Standard English writing skills, and produce unified, coherent text. Students will read, write, and reflect upon contextualized materials related to local, global, social, career, and other relevant topics. Five imputed credit hours; no earned credits. Four class hours per week. two lab hours.

No Credit

Accuplacer reading score 40-57.9.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

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Fall Semester 2014

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