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Engineering and Computer Science Course Descriptions

ECS 3390 Professional and Technical Communication (3 semester hours) Course utilizes an integrated approach to writing and speaking for the technical profession. The writing component focuses on writing professional quality technical documents such as proposals, memos, abstracts, reports and letters. The oral communication part of the course focuses on planning, developing, and delivering dynamic, informative and persuasive presentations. Gives students a successful communication experience working in a functional team environment using a total on-line/real time learning environment. Prerequisite: RHET 1302. (3-0) S

 

 

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