May 30, 2024  
2019-2020 Evening, Weekend, Online Academic Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Evening, Weekend, Online Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Writing-Intensive (WI) Courses


Lakeland University understands the role good writing skills play not only in a student’s college career but also throughout a graduate’s life. The General Studies curriculum requires that all Lakeland students take at least six (6) semester hours of writing-intensive coursework prior to graduation. Three semester hours of the writing-intensive requirement will be fulfilled by an upper-level Core III course; the remaining semester hours will be fulfilled through courses in a student’s major specifically designated as writing-intensive by that department’s faculty. (See list below.) While most courses in Lakeland’s curriculum require that some written work be completed outside of class, instructors teaching the writing-intensive courses offer students additional opportunities to improve their writing skills through peer editing sessions, student-faculty conferences, and in-class instruction. All writing-intensive courses are labeled in this catalog with a (WI) designation.

Designated Writing-Intensive (WI) Courses

All courses are three semester hours.

Course Number and Title Major(s)
BUS 491 - Business Policy and Strategy (WI)   Accounting, Business Administration, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Organizational Management
COM 350 - Rhetorical Criticism (WI)   Communication
CPS 445 - Systems Analysis and Design (WI)   Computer Science, Management Information Systems
CRJ 300 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology (WI)   Criminal Justice
CRJ 492 - Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice: Senior Seminar (WI)   Criminal Justice
DAT 402 - Advanced Modeling Techniques and Visualization (WI)   Industrial Systems Analytics
EDU 449 - Education Capstone Course (WI)   Education (PK-6 and 1-8)
FSQ 420 - Analysis and Design (WI)   Food Safety and Quality
GEN 4XX - Core III (WI) - various topics Interdisciplinary Studies
NUR 430 - Community and Population Health Practicum (WI)   Nursing (R.N. to B.S.N. Completion Program)
PSY 463 - History and Systems of Psychology (WI)   Psychology
WRT 300 - Advanced Composition (WI)   Communication