Rhetorics of Style (WI)
Prerequisites: CCII (College Composition II)
This course introduces students to the theory and practice of writing with stylistic devices and strategies. Through studying, analyzing, experimenting, and writing with a range of stylistic devices, students will develop a practical understanding of how to put figural language to use for persuasive, expository, and aesthetic ends, as well as develop an appreciation for the ethical implications of stylistic choices.
The course fulfills the Elements of Language requirement for the Writing Arts major.
3.00 Credit Hours
The official catalog entry for this course can be found here.