WRTG500 Curriculum Survey
This brief survey is designed to collect MA student perspectives on current course offerings and to assist faculty in discussions about future/prospective course offerings.
1. Name *
Your answer
2. Emich.edu email address *
Your answer
3. Select all statements below that apply to you. *
Required
4. Review of present program offerings.
Note whether you have taken each class in the list.
Have taken (or taking currently)
Have not taken
WRTG 424 - Technical Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 428 - Writing Computer Documentation 3 hrs
WRTG 500 - Introduction to Graduate Studies in Written Communication 3 hrs
WRTG 503 - Rhetorical Theory and the Teaching of Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 505 - Rhetoric of Science and Technology 3 hrs
WRTG 514 - Issues in Teaching Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 515 - Literacy and Written Literacy Instruction 3 hrs
WRTG 516 - Computers and Writing: Theory and Practice 3 hrs
WRTG 517 - Topics in the Teaching of Writing 3 hrs
ENGL 518 - Topics in English Education 3 hrs
WRTG 522 - Technical Editing 3 hrs
WRTG 524 - Advanced Technical Writing and Research 3 hrs
WRTG 525 - Advanced Public Relations Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 526 - Topics in Technical Communication 3 hrs
WRTG 527 - Topics in Professional Communication 3 hrs
ENGL 530 - Issues in English Studies for Teachers 3 hrs
WRTG 540 - Visual Rhetoric and Information Design 3 hrs
WRTG 544 - Writing for the World Wide Web 3 hrs
WRTG 545 - Writing Digital Media 3 hrs
WRTG 585 - Teaching Basic Writing at the College Level 3 hrs
WRTG 596 - Teaching Composition on the College Level 3 hrs
WRTG 621 - Research in Theory and Practice of Writing 3 hrs
ENGL 675 - Eastern Michigan Writing Project Summer Institute 5 hrs
5. Review of present program offerings.
For classes you have not taken, rate each class based on your interest in taking it.
I am highly interested in taking this class.
I am moderately interested in taking this class.
I am not interested in taking this class.
WRTG 424 - Technical Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 428 - Writing Computer Documentation 3 hrs
WRTG 500 - Introduction to Graduate Studies in Written Communication 3 hrs
WRTG 503 - Rhetorical Theory and the Teaching of Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 505 - Rhetoric of Science and Technology 3 hrs
WRTG 514 - Issues in Teaching Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 515 - Literacy and Written Literacy Instruction 3 hrs
WRTG 516 - Computers and Writing: Theory and Practice 3 hrs
WRTG 517 - Topics in the Teaching of Writing 3 hrs
ENGL 518 - Topics in English Education 3 hrs
WRTG 522 - Technical Editing 3 hrs
WRTG 524 - Advanced Technical Writing and Research 3 hrs
WRTG 525 - Advanced Public Relations Writing 3 hrs
WRTG 526 - Topics in Technical Communication 3 hrs
WRTG 527 - Topics in Professional Communication 3 hrs
ENGL 530 - Issues in English Studies for Teachers 3 hrs
WRTG 540 - Visual Rhetoric and Information Design 3 hrs
WRTG 544 - Writing for the World Wide Web 3 hrs
WRTG 545 - Writing Digital Media 3 hrs
WRTG 585 - Teaching Basic Writing at the College Level 3 hrs
WRTG 596 - Teaching Composition on the College Level 3 hrs
WRTG 621 - Research in Theory and Practice of Writing 3 hrs
ENGL 675 - Eastern Michigan Writing Project Summer Institute 5 hrs
6. Dream Class I
Name and describe a class you would be interested in seeing offered in the program (possibilities include graduate offerings focused on writing center theory and practice, public policy, assessment, rhetorics of war, rhetorics of religion, cultural or alternative rhetorics, rhetorical genre studies, content management systems, or _____________).
Your answer
7. Dream Class II
Name and describe a second class you would be interested in seeing offered in the program (possibilities include graduate offerings focused on writing center theory and practice, public policy, assessment, rhetorics of war, rhetorics of religion, cultural or alternative rhetorics, rhetorical genre studies, content management systems, or _____________).
Your answer
8. Dream Class III
Name and describe a third class you would be interested in seeing offered in the program (possibilities include graduate offerings focused on writing center theory and practice, public policy, assessment, rhetorics of war, rhetorics of religion, cultural or alternative rhetorics, rhetorical genre studies, content management systems, or _____________).
Your answer
9. By this time in your program of study, it's possible that you have identified a few faculty whose areas of specialization, methods, teaching styles, or personalities accord well with your own sense of purpose in the program. If you wish to do so, please identify up to three faculty who you provisionally consider to be strong matches with emerging interests related to your program of study (also as *possible sponsors of your MA project).
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