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ENGL 5363

Grant Writing.

Three Semester Hours. (SP/SS-Even)

This course focuses on a genre of writing much in demand within professional environments (for example, business, law, education, and medicine). Ideally, participants will be required to identify and analyze a need within an organization, to research and articulate the need, to research and identify potential resources, to analyze the rhetorical situation, to provide necessary documentation, and to follow formatting requirements for the genre. Documents produced may include executive summaries, abstracts, statements of need, statements of methodology, project descriptions, and progress reports. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission from the instructor.

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