Spring 2020: Business & Technical Writing Courses

EH 300: STRATEGIES FOR BUSINESS WRIT'G (Semester Hours: 3). Practical business writing with emphasis on rhetoric, organization, and research. Open to all students in the College of Business or by permission of the Department of English. Qualifies as elective in the English major. Does not count toward English minor. Junior standing required. Prerequisite: EH 102 or EH 105. Maximum enrollment: 20 per section.

(CRN 11026) EH 300-01, TR 2:40PM-4:00PM with  STAFF

(CRN 11027) EH 300-02, TR 1:00PM-2:20PM with Joseph Robertshaw

(CRN 11028) EH 300-03, TR 11:20AM-12:40PM with Joseph Robertshaw

Y (CRN 11029) EH 300-04, TR 11:20AM-12:40PM with Sinceree Gunn

O (CRN 11030) EH 300-05, ONLINE with Sinceree Gunn

O (CRN 11031) EH 300-06, ONLINE with  STAFF

(CRN 11032) EH 300-07, MWF 9:40AM-10:35AM with  STAFF

O (CRN 13079) EH 300-08, ONLINE with  STAFF

 

EH 301: TECHNICAL WRITING (Semester Hours: 3). Practical writing, especially technical or scientific reports and proposals, with emphasis on organization, research, and presentation. Qualifies as elective in English major. Does not count toward English minor except Cognate Studies in Technical Writing. Junior Standing. Prerequisite: EH 102 or EH 105. Maximum enrollment: 20 per section.

(CRN 11035) EH 301-01, TR 4:20PM-5:40PM with  STAFF

(CRN 11036) EH 301-02, MW 9:40AM-11:00AM with Sinceree Gunn

Y (CRN 10930) EH 301-03, MW 11:20AM-12:40PM with Sinceree Gunn

O (CRN 11057) EH 301-04, ONLINE with  STAFF

O (CRN 11061) EH 301-05, ONLINE with Joseph Robertshaw

O (CRN 11062) EH 301-06, ONLINE with Ryan Weber

O (CRN 11063) EH 301-07, ONLINE with Ryan Weber

O (CRN 11066) EH 301-08, ONLINE with Joseph Robertshaw

O (CRN 12356) EH 301-09, ONLINE with  STAFF

H (CRN 13081) EH 301-H10: HONORS, TR 2:40PM-4:00PM with Joy Robinson

 

OTHER BTW COURSES

(CRN 11033) EH 302-01: TECHNICAL EDITING, TR 4:20PM-5:40PM with Joy Robinson

(CRN 11033) EH 302-01: TECHNICAL EDITING, R 6:00PM-8:20PM with Joy Robinson

(CRN 11068) EH 320-01: PRACTICUM IN WRITING with Ryan Weber

(CRN 13085) EH 442-01: USABILITY STUDIES with Joy Robinson
This course will introduce students to usability testing and research as a user-centered design strategy and familiarize students with user and task analysis, A&B testing, research-based heuristics, usability assessments, and lo-fi prototyping and evaluation using state of the art biometrics like eye tracking. Using a process approach, students will learn how to define audiences and issues, design an appropriate investigative procedure, administer the procedure, analyze the results, and report their findings effectively. Throughout the class, students will actively employ accepted rhetorical concepts, design principles, report writing, and other professional communication standards.

 

Graduate or JUMP options:

(CRN 13089) EH 542-01: USABILITY STUDIES with Joy Robinson
This course will introduce students to usability testing and research as a user-centered design strategy and familiarize students with user and task analysis, A&B testing, research-based heuristics, usability assessments, and lo-fi prototyping and evaluation using state of the art biometrics like eye tracking. Using a process approach, students will learn how to define audiences and issues, design an appropriate investigative procedure, administer the procedure, analyze the results, and report their findings effectively. Throughout the class, students will actively employ accepted rhetorical concepts, design principles, report writing, and other professional communication standards.

(CRN 10931) EH 602-01: PRACTICUM/TECHNICAL COMM with Ryan Weber
Designed to give technical communication graduate students on-the-job experience in industry or government, either through an internship or a major research project connected with an industry problem. Requires completion of a substantial research report.

O (CRN 10932) EH 603-01: EDITING FOR PUBLICATION with Ryan Weber
A comprehensive survey of best practices for editing documents for clarity, correctness, accuracy, style, design, and usability. Course involves working with writers to edit work for publication.

 

For more information, contact the English Department at eh@uah.edu or 256.824.6320.