GRANT WRITING12 HOURS
An introductory study of composition emphasizing writing as a process (prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing). Assignments focus on the different styles and uses of argument. Students gain and refine skills of developing a thesis, organizing content, controlling tone, and expressing ideas in clearly communicated language. In addition, students conduct library research and incorporate researched material into papers using APA format.
An intermediate course designed to extend and refine students’ expository and creative writing experiences. Student writing will reflect university-level writing skills, such as principles of logical/critical thinking and reasoning, effective organization, APA research and documentation, and content-rich development of ideas. Recommended: ENG1000
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
Fundamentals of writing effective grants to private and public granting organizations.
Explore the full enrichment of the traditional collegiate experience and make new friends on our lively campus in Circleville Ohio. Serves 17-24 year-old undergraduate students.
100% Online courses in a 5-week as-you-go flexible format for busy adults featuring forum discussions and weekly assignment deadlines. Serves both undergraduate and graduate students.
100% Online 8-week courses similar to campus classes with scheduled lectures, discussions and optional live-experiences. Serves 17-24 year-old undergraduate students.