First Year Writing - 3 hours
Expository Writing (3 credit hours)
An introduction to the various types of expository essays. A grade of "C" or higher in this course fulfills the English proficiency requirement for students entering the Reich College of Education or the Walker College of Business. (WRITING) (CORE: ENGLISH)
Investigations: Local (6 credit hours)
Priority enrollment given to Watauga Global Community students. An experiential, interdisciplinary study in the humanities and social sciences of significant local issues (historical, economic, social, cultural, ideological, aesthetic) and their relationships with regional, national, and global issues.
*Watauga Global Community students only
LLC 1000 (formerly FL 1000)
English for International Students (3 credit hours)
Listening, speaking, reading and writing English for advanced students whose first language is not English. Emphasis on communication in a variety of academic and social settings. This course is self-paced to enable the student to concentrate on individual needs and problem areas. In addition to class meetings, students will be assigned a tutor to assist them with assignments.