PSEG 106.01: Introduction to English Composition

Course Description

PSEG 106.01: Introduction to English Composition is a three credit undergraduate course. The course includes a basic review of grammar and practice exercises to improve and develop your writing skills. It is geared to improve your writing through use of academic language, accuracy, clarity, and creativity. 

Writing is the key to communicating knowledge and expressing ideas. It is skill that is developed and polished through your lifetime. This course will provide students with continued support at improving their writing skills. Throughout the course, students will learn how to find information in authoritative sources in print and electronic formats. Students will use information from the internet and the library databases as well as books and videos. Students will learn how to cite  sources correctly following an academic style (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.).

The focus will be on a response to literature, research writing, and practice with the descriptive,  narrative, expository, and persuasive essays.

§  This course is intended to assist students in preparing for the challenges of  English 111/110. 

§  Punctuation, spelling, capitalization (lower cased and upper cased words), and grammar are important!