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Grant Writing12 Hours
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    An introductory study of composition emphasizing critical reading, rhetorical analysis, and writing as a recursive process.
     
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    An intermediate study of composition emphasizing critical reading and writing, advanced research and argument skills, APA documentation, and awareness of rhetorical strategies for diverse audiences and purposes. Prerequisite (Online): ENG1000 Recommended (Circleville Campus): ENG1000
     
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    Effective writing for careers in business, law, government, and ministry, including strategies for research and writing of correspondence and reports, with emphasis on understanding and responding to a variety of communication tasks. Attention to the rhetorical concerns of author, audience, text, and purpose, and to clear organization and a professional style.
    Prerequisites: ENG1000, ENG1020, and ENG2100
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    This course will introduce students to the process and method of grant writing. The course will focus on grant writing techniques, structure, and how they can be applied to a broad range of proposals.”
    Prerequisite: EMT1010
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    Fundamentals of writing effective grants to private and public granting organizations.
     
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