The expectations and conventions applying to spoken and written communications within engineering. Different textual genres. Aspects of rhetoric. Ethical use of material. Formal language structure; grammar and syntax. Students will improve their ability to collect and build ideas into coherent arguments, learn how to construct texts that demonstrate critical thinking, and develop their technical communication skills, in preparation for subsequent professional practice.
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