Fall 2016 CAT 125 Courses

In CAT 125, students

  • develop increased experience and proficiency in public presentation, documentation, and curation
  • direct written, spoken, or digital compositions to multiple audiences.
  • examine their own authority as writers and understand how different genres and citation conventions are appropriate for establishing credibility in different contexts.
  • compose written work that supports and extends their own experiential learning

Public Rhetoric and Practical Communication

Diane Forbes

CAT 125 Forbes

Demonstrating Expertise through Digital Media

Joseph Bigham

CAT 125 Bigham

Public Rhetoric and Practical Communication Online

Alexandra Sartor

CAT 125R Sartor

Academic Programs

Pepper Canyon Hall 257

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