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COM 101: Writing in the University
A study of the use of writing, reading, and discussion as a means of discovering, questioning, and analyzing ideas, with an emphasis on audience, context and the use of revision. This course satisfies the Basic Writing Proficiency Requirement. It does not satisfy a general educat...
Professors: Aja Gorham; Ashley Telman; Christopher Lam; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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COM 111: Writing in the University for Non-Native Students
Designed to deal with the special writing problems of those students whose native language is not English. Equivalent to COM 101. This course satisfies IIT's Basic Writing Proficiency Requirement. It does not satisfy a general education requirement in the humanities and social or...
Professors: Aja Gorham; Ashley Telman; Faculty TBA; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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COM 125: Language & Culture I: Arabic
The first of a two-semester sequence, this course and its sequel will introduce students to a particular language and culture, which will change annually. May be repeated for different languages. This course does not satisfy the HUM 102, 104, or 106 general education requiremen...
Professors: Sean Anthony
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COM 125: Language & Culture I: Spanish
The first of a two-semester sequence, this course and its sequel will introduce students to a particular language and culture, which will change annually. May be repeated for different languages. This course does not satisfy the HUM 102, 104, or 106 general education requiremen...
Professors: Raul D. Gutierrez
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COM 125: Language & Culture I: Mandarin Chinese
The first of a two-semester sequence, this course and its sequel will introduce students to a particular language and culture, which will change annually. May be repeated for different languages. This course does not satisfy the HUM 102, 104, or 106 general education requiremen...
Professors: Faculty TBA; Jing Gao
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COM 125: Language & Culture I: Spanish
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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COM 126: Spanish Languages/Cultures II
The second of a two-semester sequence, this course and its predecessor will introduce students to a particular language and culture, which will change annually. May be repeated for different languages. This course does not satisfy the HUM 102, 104, or 106 general education requi...
Professors: Raul D. Gutierrez
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COM 301: Introduction to Linguistics
An introduction to the systematic study of language. Focus on the core areas of linguistics, such as sound patterns of language (phonology), form (syntax, morphology), and meaning (semantics, pragmatics), as well as applied areas, such as language, variation, language acquisitio...
Professors: Matthew J. Bauer
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COM 308: Structure of Modern English
This course examines the structure of the English language from four different approaches: traditional-prescriptive, descriptive, generative, and contextual.
Professors: Matthew J. Bauer
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COM 309: History English Language
Beginning with basic concepts in language development, this course traces the evolution of modern English, from its Indo-European roots, through Germanic, Anglo-Saxon, Middle English and Early Modern English.
Professors: Gregory Pulliam
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