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EDE434 Master's Academic Writing

Designed for students seeking to learn master’s-level academic writing. Aims to help students develop their academic writing as they begin their master’s program. The initial modules of this course orients students to the library resources available, introduces referencing requirements of the American Psychological Association (APA), and helps students learn how to cite and provide credit for outside sources in research to avoid plagiarism. Additional modules familiarize students with a variety of writing genres, including reflection journal entries, article critique, annotated bibliography, literature review, research proposal, research paper and other genres they will encounter. This course discusses academic genres such as critical summary, argumentation, and other aspects of well-reasoned academic writing.

Credits: 2-3
Offered: SummerA&B
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: Open to both master's and doctoral students
Instructors: H. Shang-Butler
EDE 434 Master's Academic Writing course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.