College Writing Program: Florham Campus
The Florham Campus College Writing Program offers four undergraduate composition courses:
- ENGW 0198: Fundamentals of Writing
- ENGW 1000: Introduction to Composition
- ENGW 1001: Composition I: Rhetoric and Inquiry
- ENGW 1002: Composition II: Research and Argument
Course descriptions are provided below.
All undergraduate composition courses are structured as workshops that focus on strengthening reading skills and practicing a process approach to writing. Students learn to reflect upon what they write, test ideas and conclusions reached, and reshape and revise ideas. They become aware that all writing is contextualized: when we write, we respond to the ideas of others and we adapt what we say to a particular audience. When students can value writing as a heuristic activity, they will become serious writers producing serious work.
The College Writing Program at Florham is a contributing partner to the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives at Ohio State University.
Kathryn Douglas; Director of College Writing Program
Monninger Center for Teaching and Research
Matthieu Boyd, Ph.D.
Literature, Language, Writing, and Philosophy Department
Fairleigh Dickinson University
285 Madison Ave - M-MS3-01
Madison, NJ 07940
Third Floor, side wing staircase
Hennessy Hall (Mansion)