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    East Carolina University
   
 
  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Writing Intensive (WI) Course List


The courses listed below have been approved to carry the writing intensive (WI) designation. Some courses are writing intensive in selected sections only and are listed in the Writing Intensive (WI*) Selected Sections Course List. Full course descriptions may be viewed by clicking on the course or by using the course filter  in the course section of this catalog.

Additional courses may be approved through the campus approval process during fall semester and offered during spring semester of this academic year. To view these courses go to the What's New This Year?  section of this catalog.

For additional information about the writing intensive requirement at East Carolina University, view the Academic Advisement, Progression and Support Services  section of this catalog.


COURSE (PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE) CREDITS  DESIGNATION
AAAS 2500 - Theory and Methods in African and African American Studies   3 WI
ADRE 3010 - Case Management in Rehabilitation   3 WI
ANTH 3770 - Language Universals   3 WI
ANTH 4025 - Theory in Anthropology   3 WI
ARTH 2920 - Art of the Middle Ages   3 WI
ARTH 2925 - Byzantine Art and Architecture   3 WI
ARTH 3935 - Italian Baroque Art: 1600-1700   3 WI
ARTH 3951 - Introduction to the History of Architecture   3 WI
ARTH 4918 - Eighteenth Century Art   3 WI
ARTH 4942 - Survey of Twentieth-Century Modern Art: 1950-2000   3 WI
ARTH 4944 - Studies in Contemporary Art: Post 1960s Art   3 WI
ARTH 4948 - Art of the United States   3 WI
ASIA 2010 - Great Books of Modern China   3 WI
ATEP 4320 - Leadership and Management   3 WI
BIOL 3550 - Biology Honors   1 WI
BIOL 4130 - Astrobiology   3 WI
BIOL 4200 - Population and Community Ecology   4 WI
BIOL 4300 - Ecosystem Ecology   4 WI
BIOL 4301 - Ecosystem Ecology Laboratory   0 WI
BIOL 4514 - Research Problems in Biology   2 WI
BIOL 4995 - Biology Honors Thesis   2 WI
BITE 3220 - Business Communications   3 WI
BITE 4390 - Consumer Financial Management   3 WI
CHEM 2103 - Introduction to Chemical Literature   1 WI
CHEM 2251 - Quantitative and Instrumental Analysis Laboratory   2 WI
CHEM 2301 - Teaching Laboratory Chemistry   2,0 WI
CHEM 3451 - Elementary Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory   1 WI
CHEM 3851 - Introduction to Physical Chemistry Laboratory   1 WI
CHEM 3951 - Physical Chemistry I Laboratory   1 WI
CLAS 2220 - Great Works of Ancient Literature I: Greece   3 WI
CLAS 2230 - Great Works of Ancient Literature II: Rome   3 WI
CLAS 4000 - Seminar in Classics   3 WI
CLSC 4801 - Professional Practice Issues I   3 WI
CLSC 4802 - Professional Practice Issues II   3 WI
CMGT 4300 - Construction Quality and Human Resource Management   3 WI
CMGT 4320 - Global Sustainable Construction   3 WI
CMGT 4505 - Special Projects   1-3 WI
COMM 1002 - Media Writing   3 WI
COMM 2010 - Communication Criticism   3 WI
COMM 2104 - Public Relations and Corporate Writing   3 WI
COMM 2210 - Writing for the Electronic Mass Media   3 WI
COMM 2320 - Basic Reporting   3 WI
COMM 2500 - Media Writing and Reporting   3 WI
COMM 3322 - Computer Assisted Reporting   3 WI
COMM 3330 - Feature Writing   3 WI
COMM 4075 - Media Criticism   3 WI
COMM 4180 - Public Relations Strategies   3 WI
CSCI 3030 - Software Engineering I   3 WI
CSCI 4710 - Web Applications   3 WI
CSDI 4335 - Apprenticeship   3 WI
DNCE 4044 - History of Dance I   3 WI
DNCE 4045 - History of Dance II   3 WI
DNCE 4046 - Composition I   3 WI
ECON 3343 - Econometrics   3 WI
ECON 4700 - Applications of Economic Analysis   3 WI
EDUC 3200 - Foundations of American Education   3 WI
EHST 4200 - Environmental Health Management and Law   3 WI
ELEM 3200 - Language Arts in Elementary School   3 WI
ELEM 3500 - Teaching Social Studies in Elementary School   3 WI
ENED 3815 - Composition Instruction in Grades 9-12   3 WI
ENED 4960 - Literature for High School   3 WI
ENED 4970 - Literature for the Younger Adolescent   3 WI
ENGL 1100 - Foundations of College Writing   3 WI
ENGL 1200 - Composition   3 WI
ENGL 2000 - Interpreting Literature   3 WI
ENGL 2100 - Major British Writers   3 WI
ENGL 2200 - Major American Writers   3 WI
ENGL 2201 - Writing about the Disciplines   3 WI
ENGL 2400 - World Literature in English   3 WI
ENGL 2830 - Writing and Style   3 WI
ENGL 3030 - Introduction to Rhetorical Studies   3 WI
ENGL 3040 - Introduction to Professional Writing   3 WI
ENGL 3240 - U.S. Latino/a Literature   3 WI
ENGL 3250 - Native American Literatures   3 WI
ENGL 3260 - African American Literature   3 WI
ENGL 3290 - Asian American Literature   3 WI
ENGL 3300 - Women and Literature   3 WI
ENGL 3410 - Introduction to Poetry   3 WI
ENGL 3570 - American Folklore   3 WI
ENGL 3640 - Literature and Religion   3 WI
ENGL 3660 - Literature and Film of Environmental Crisis   3 WI
ENGL 3810 - Advanced Composition   3 WI
ENGL 3820 - Scientific Writing   3 WI
ENGL 3835 - Persuasive Writing   3 WI
ENGL 3860 - Introduction to Nonfiction Writing   3 WI
ENGL 3870 - Introduction to Editing and Publishing   3 WI
ENGL 3875 - Peer Tutoring   3 WI
ENGL 3880 - Writing for Business and Industry   3 WI
ENGL 3885 - Writing and Document Design   3 WI
ENGL 3890 - Critical Writing   3 WI
ENGL 3895 - Topics in Technical and Professional Writing   3 WI
ENGL 4010 - Medieval Literature   3 WI
ENGL 4020 - Chaucer   3 WI
ENGL 4030 - Milton   3 WI
ENGL 4040 - Literature of the New World to 1820   3 WI
ENGL 4050 - Prose and Poetry of the English Renaissance   3 WI
ENGL 4091 - Shakespeare: Topics   3 WI
ENGL 4100 - Seventeenth-Century Literature   3 WI
ENGL 4110 - Topics in English Drama to 1800   3 WI
ENGL 4120 - Eighteenth-Century Literature   3 WI
ENGL 4150 - The Romantic Period   3 WI
ENGL 4170 - Victorian Literature   3 WI
ENGL 4200 - American Literature, 1820-1865   3 WI
ENGL 4230 - North Carolina Literature   3 WI
ENGL 4250 - American Literature, 1865-1920   3 WI
ENGL 4300 - Recent British and American Writers   3 WI
ENGL 4340 - Ethnic American Literature   3 WI
ENGL 4835 - Classical Rhetoric   3 WI
ENGL 4885 - Digital Writing   3 WI
ENGL 4890 - Practicum: Careers in Writing   3 WI
ENGL 4891 - Practicum: Careers in Writing   3 WI
ENGL 4940 - Multicultural and Transnational Cinema   3 WI
ENGL 4951 - Topics in Children’s and Young Adult Literature   3 WI
ENGR 3024 - Mechanics of Materials   3 WI
ENGR 3100 - Internship in Engineering   1 WI
ENGR 3400 - Engineering Economics   3 WI
ENGR 3500 - Introduction to Engineering Project Management   3 WI
ENGR 4010 - Senior Capstone Design Project I   2 WI
ENGR 4020 - Senior Capstone Design Project II   2 WI
FILM 3920 - Film Theory and Criticism   3 WI
FILM 4910 - Survey of Film Styles and Movements   3 WI
FILM 4920 - Cinematic Identities   3 WI
FILM 4985 - Film Studies Capstone   3 WI
FORL 2661 - Latin American Literature in Translation   3 WI
FORL 2665 - Don Quixote   3 WI
FREN 3330 - Composition and Advanced Grammar   3 WI
FREN 4555 - France of the Middle Ages and Renaissance   3 WI
FREN 4557 - France from the Napoleonic Period to World War II   3 WI
GEOG 3003 - Political Geography   3 WI
GEOG 3050 - Africa   3 WI
GEOG 4220 - Coastal Geography   3 WI
GEOG 4230 - Earth Surface Processes   3 WI
GEOG 4320 - Gender, Economy, and Development   3 WI
GEOG 4325 - Resources, Population, and Development   3 WI
GEOL 4010 - Sedimentology   4 WI
GEOL 4011 - Sedimentology Laboratory   0 WI
GEOL 4020 - Stratigraphy   3 WI
GEOL 4021 - Stratigraphy Laboratory   0 WI
GEOL 4200 - Paleontology   4 WI
GEOL 4021 - Stratigraphy Laboratory   0 WI
GERM 3110 - German Business Communication   3 WI
GERM 3120 - German Business Communication II   3 WI
GERM 3330 - Composition and Advanced Grammar   3 WI
GERM 4361 - German Literature of the Eighteenth Century   3 WI
GERM 4362 - The Classic Period   3 WI
GERM 4363 - German Romanticism (ca. 1790-ca. 1830)   3 WI
GERM 4500 - Popular Culture and Literature   3 WI
GERM 4510 - Post-Unification Culture and Literature   3 WI
GERM 4530 - The German-Speaking World of the Nineteenth Century   3 WI
GERM 4550 - The Contemporary German-Speaking World   3 WI
GRBK 2010 - Great Books of Modern China   3 WI
GRBK 2400 - Great Books of the Middle Ages and Renaissance   3 WI
GRBK 2500 - Great Books of the Enlightenment   3 WI
GRBK 2600 - Great Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries   3 WI
GRBK 4999 - Thesis in the Great Books   3 WI
HDFS 3413 - The Hospitalized Child   3 WI
HDFS 4200 - Assessing Development and Learning in the Early Childhood Classroom   3 WI
HDFS 4380 - Grant Writing, Fundraising, and Leadership Development   3 WI
HDFS 4406 - Parent-Professional Collaboration   3 WI
HIMA 4075 - Applied Health Services Research   3 WI
HIMA 4153 - Management of Health Information Services Department   3 WI
HIST 2000 - Introduction to History   3 WI
HIST 3000 - History: Its Nature and Method   3 WI
HIST 3810 - History of Africa   3 WI
HIST 3820 - History of South Africa   3 WI
HIST 3830 - Africa and Islam   3 WI
HLTH 4605 - Community Strategies for Health Education   3 WI
HMGT 4450 - Hospitality Human Resource Management   3 WI
HMGT 4700 - Hospitality Management Current Issues Seminar   3 WI
HNRS 2006 - Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar   3 WI
HNRS 2011 - Honors Seminar in the Humanities   3 WI
HNRS 2012 - Honors Seminar in the Fine Arts   3 WI
HNRS 2013 - Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences   3 WI
HNRS 2014 - Honors Seminar in the Sciences   3 WI
HNRS 2116 - Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar   3 WI
HNRS 2216 - Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar   3 WI
HNRS 2316 - Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar   3 WI
HNRS 2416 - Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar   3 WI
HNRS 3011 - Honors Seminar in the Humanities   3 WI
HNRS 3013 - Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences   3 WI
HNRS 3014 - Honors Seminar in the Sciences   3 WI
HNRS 3015 - Honors Science Laboratory   1 WI
HNRS 3101 - Independent Study   1 WI
HNRS 3102 - Independent Study   2 WI
HNRS 3103 - Independent Study   3 WI
HNRS 4102 - Independent Study   2 WI
HNRS 4103 - Independent Study   3 WI
HNRS 4500 - Seniors Honors Project I   3 WI
HNRS 4550 - Seniors Honors Project II   3 WI
HPRO 4350 - Research Design   3 WI
HSMA 3030 - Written Communication and Documentation in Health Care   4 WI
IDSN 2103 - Historic Interiors I   3 WI
IDSN 2203 - Historic Interiors II   3 WI
IDSN 3001 - Special Topics   1 WI
IDSN 3002 - Special Topics   2 WI
IDSN 3003 - Special Topics   3 WI
IRHE 2000 - Introduction to Rural Health Care Teams   3 WI
IRHE 2100 - Rural Health Immersion   3 WI
IRHE 2500 - Service Learning in Interdisciplinary Teams   3 WI
IRHE 3100 - Independent Study   1 WI
IRHE 3101 - Independent Study   2 WI
IRHE 3102 - Independent Study   3 WI
IRHE 3500 - Designing Interdisciplinary Rural Health Environments   3 WI
ITEC 3290 - Technical Writing   3 WI
ITEC 3300 - Technology Project Management   3 WI
ITEC 4293 - Industrial Supervision   3 WI
JUST 3501 - Criminal Procedure   3 WI
JUST 3502 - Legal Aspects of Corrections   3 WI
JUST 4300 - Criminal Justice Administration and Management   3 WI
KINE 3906 - Physical Education for Special Populations   3 WI
KINE 4301 - Comparative Sport and Physical Education: International Aspects   3 WI
KINE 4500 - Independent Study in KINE   1 WI
KINE 4501 - Independent Study in KINE   2 WI
KINE 4502 - Independent Study in KINE   3 WI
KINE 4806 - Exercise Evaluation and Prescription   3 WI
LIBS 3102 - Research Sources and Techniques   3 WI
LIBS 4950 - Literature for Children   3 WI
LING 2760 - Afro-Caribbean Language and Culture   3 WI
LING 3770 - Language and Cognition   3 WI
MATH 2300 - Transition to Advanced Mathematics   3 WI
MATH 3263 - Introduction to Modern Algebra   3 WI
MATH 5031 - Applied Statistical Analysis   3 WI
MATH 5322 - Foundations of Mathematics   3 WI
MGMT 4252 - Entrepreneurship   3 WI
MGMT 4262 - Small Business Management   3 WI
MGMT 4842 - Strategic Management   3 WI
MIDG 4010 - Instructional Evaluation in Middle Grades   3 WI
MIDG 5993 - Readings in Middle Grades Education   3 WI
MRCH 4209 - Directed Study: Research in Merchandising   3 WI
MRCH 4300 - Global Economics: Textiles, Apparel, and Interior Furnishing Industries   3 WI
MRCH 4883 - Merchandising Internship II   3 WI
MULT 3500 - Research in Multidisciplinary Studies   3 WI
MULT 4999 - Seminar in Multidisciplinary Studies   3 WI
MUSC 1406 - Music History and Literature   3 WI
MUSC 2406 - Music History and Literature   3 WI
MUSC 2416 - Music History and Literature   2 WI
MUSC 3176 - Basic Musicianship V   2 WI
MUSC 4328 - Language of Post-tonal Music   3 WI
MUSC 4496 - Opera History    2 WI
MUSC 4658 - Musical Aesthetics and Criticism   3 WI
MUSC 5516 - Ibero-American Musics of the Twentieth Century   3 WI
NURS 3520 - Trends and Issues in Professional Nursing   3 WI
NURS 4614 - Research and Contemporary Issues   4 WI
NURS 4904 - Professionalism in Baccalaureate Nursing Practice   4 WI
NURS 4905 - Nursing in a Global Society   4 WI
NUTR 3105 - Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism   3 WI
NUTR 3500 - Nutrition Research Methodology   3 WI
PHYS 4700 - Advanced Laboratory   3 WI
PLAN 3032 - Planning Legislation and Administration   3 WI
PLAN 4099 - Practicum in Planning   3 WI
POLS 4501 - Independent Study in Political Science   1 WI
POLS 4502 - Independent Study in Political Science   2 WI
POLS 4551 - Honors   3 WI
POLS 4552 - Honors   3 WI
POLS 2090 - Writing for Political Science   3 WI
PSYC 2210 - Research Methods in Psychology   4 WI
PSYC 4000 - Advanced General Psychology   3 WI
PSYC 4250 - Advanced Topics Seminar   3 WI
PSYC 4280 - History of Psychology   3 WI
PSYC 4402 - Senior Thesis/Project   3 WI
PSYC 4602 - Senior Honors Thesis   3 WI
RCLS 4990 - Recreation and Park Management Internship   12 WI
RCTX 4990 - Recreational Therapy Internship   12 WI
RELI 3500 - Methodology of Religious Studies   3 WI
RELI 3700 - Religion and Social Issues   3 WI
RELI 3796 - Paul and His Letters   3 WI
RELI 3800 - Religion and Violence   3 WI
RELI 3896 - Life and Teachings of Jesus   3 WI
SCIE 4323 - The Teaching of Science in High School   3 WI
SOCI 3385 - History of Sociology   3 WI
SOCI 4800 - Senior Seminar   3 WI
SOCW 4990 - Field Education and Seminar   12 WI
SPAN 3210 - Advanced Composition   3 WI
SPAN 4555 - Medieval Spain (900-1499)   3 WI
SPAN 4560 - Major Latin American Authors   3 WI
SPED 3005 - Instructional Programming in Special Education   3 WI
THEA 3055 - History of the American Musical Theatre   3 WI
THEA 3075 - Developing the Concept: Play Analysis for Designers and Directors   3 WI
THEA 4036 - Playwriting   2 WI
THEA 4080 - Musical Theatre Practicum   1 WI
THEA 3021 - Writing for Solo Performance   3 WI
UNIV 4990 - University Studies Practicum   3 WI