Summer 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 Online

Alexandra Sartor

CAT 125R Sartor

Academic Programs

Pepper Canyon Hall 257

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