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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences

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...and G-PAC requirements: UW 1015 Writing Sem. Summer Scholars . UW 1020 University Writing . One...

Fees and Financial Regulations

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...an eighteenth credit if their program includes UW 1020 . Honors students are not charged for...

University Regulations

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...follows: Written communication--one university writing course (UW 1020 or HONR 1015) and two writing...

University Writing

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...In their freshman year, undergraduate students take UW 1020 University Writing , which is offered in...

University Honors Program

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...respective undergraduate schools. HONR 1015 Honors Proseminar: UW 1020: Origins and Evolution of Modern Thought...

Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Computer Science

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...education requirement in math, science, and writing. UW 1020 must be completed prior to any...

Bachelor of Science with a Major in Computer Science

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...education requirement in math, science, or writing. UW 1020 must be completed prior to any...

HONR 1015. Honors Seminar: UW 1020: Origins and Evolution of Modern Thought. 4 Credits.

Exploration of significant exemplars, milestones, and developments of human thought. Foundational and representative thinkers and texts from Western and Eastern traditions provide an indication of the diversity and complexity of attempts to articulate responses to universal questions, problems, and aspirations.

UW 1020. University Writing. 4 Credits.

University-level, independent research and writing. Learning to frame research questions, identify and analyze supportive and contradictory evidence, employ a variety of research methods, and use the ideas of other writers appropriately. Developing strategies to draft and revise clear, engaging prose for a variety of purposes and audiences. Thematically oriented seminars; texts and course topics vary among instructors. For topics see www.gwu.edu/~uwp/fyw/uw20-courses.html.