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WRITING INTENSIVE SECTIONS - FALL 2012

Hostos Community College is pleased to offer sections of courses designated Writing Intensive (WI). All students entering as of FALL 2003 are required to complete two WI courses before graduation. These specially designed sections will help you improve your writing skills and your understanding of course materials. Some of the writing you will be doing each week in your WI course will be short and informal (journals, responding to or forming questions, preparing definitions, on-line discussions, etc.) and some will be more formal (revised essays, research papers, reports, etc.). In the end, your Writing Intensive Courses will make you a better writer and communicator, skills highly valued both in college and in the job market.

If you have completed or are taking ENG 110, you may take most WI sections, though some require completion of ENG 111. You may also take one WI course if you have a minimum English-language proficiency level of ENG /ESL 091 as long as that section does not specifically require ENG 110 or higher as a pre or co-requisite. WI courses do not need to be taken at the beginning of your college career, but you should not leave them for the end either. Make your selection from courses in your program or in your distribution series that have been designated as WI courses.

For Fall 2012, sections for the following courses have been designated Writing Intensive:

This list is subject to changes.

Writing Intensive Sections

(PRE: ESL 35)
CODE COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
7315 MAT 120 438A PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS MENIL, V.
(PRE: ENG 091 or ESL 091)
CODE COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
10545 BLS 110 508A AFRICAN CIVILIZATION 1 WILLIAMS, W.
10546 BLS 110 509A AFRICAN CIVILIZATION 1 WILLIAMS, W.
7184 EDU 101 000A FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION STAFF
7221 EDU 101 110A FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION DISTANTO, J.
7185 EDU 101 115A FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION MITCHELL, S.
7188 EDU 101 416A FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION CHURCH, S.
7346 GERO 103 516A HEALTH AND AGING FLEMISTER, E.
13958 LAC 108 415A HISTORY OF THE CARIBBEAN STAFF
13955 LAC 118 410A CARIBBEAN SOCIETY & CULTURE STAFF
10541 LAC 132 316A HISPANIC MIGRATION STAFF
(PRE/CO: ENG 091 or ESL 091)
CODE COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
10583 BIO 110 413A PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY STEINBERG, O.
12141 BUS 100 112A INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ROSENBERG, D.
12162 BUS 220 512A PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING ROSENBERG, D.
10768 CHE 210 500A GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1 NUNEZ, N.
7192 EDU 104 212A LANGUAGE ARTS STAFF
7191 EDU 104 302A LANGUAGE ARTS CHURCH, S.
7193 EDU 105 215A SOCIAL STUDIES MITCHELL, S.
7205 EDU 116 516A CHILD DEVELOPMENT MALDONADO, S.
10403 LIN 100 212A INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS WATKINS-GOFFMAN, L.
10408 LIN 103 516A LANGUAGE ACQUSITION PUJOL, M.
7318 MAT 130 000A COMPUTER LITERACY STAFF
10790 PHY 210 200A GENERAL PHYSICS I RODRIGUEZ, Y.
10422 VPA 114 000A MODERN ART IN THE CITY LEWIS, C.
10445 VPA 171 316A INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE MORALES, A.
10446 VPA 171 415A INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE MARTINEZ-GEIGEL, T
(PRE:  ENG 110)
CODE COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
10741 BIO 310 731A MICROBIOLOGY TRACHMAN, J.
10742 BIO 310 732A MICROBIOLOGY TRACHMAN, J.
13199 BUS 203 300A BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS FIGUEROA, S.
10548 BLS 125 510A HARLEM RENASSAINCE WILLIAMS, W.
10547 BLS 125 511A HARLEM RENASSAINCE WILLIAMS, W.
10481 DD 102 516A MEDIA DESIGN IN THE DIGITAL AGE SHAD, R.
10910 HIS 201 516A WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 MEYER, G.
10915 HIS 202 415A MODERN WORLD HISTORY IALONGO, E.
10921 HIS 210 716B U.S. HISTORY THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR BOSWORTH, S.
10918 HIS 210 412A U.S. HISTORY THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR BENCIVENNI, M.
10923 HIS 211 316A U.S. HISTORY FROM RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT BENCIVENNI, M.
10927 HIS 211 716A U.S. HISTORY FROM RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT IALONGO, E.
9723 HLT 215 516A NUTRITION MERCADO, I.
10941 POL 101 412A AMERICAN GOVERNMENT BOSWORTH, S.
10943 POL 101 516A AMERICAN GOVERNMENT BOSWORTH, S.
10939 POL 101 116A AMERICAN GOVERNMENT  ROMAN, P.
10940 POL 101 216A AMERICAN GOVERNMENT  ROMAN, P.
10946 POL 107 110A POLITICAL SYSTEMS OF LATIN AMERICA ROMAN, P.
7545 SOC 105 316A SOCIAL PROBLEMS RIVERA, M.
(PRE: ENG 111)
CODE COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
10902 ENG 210 316A STUDIES IN FICTION JUSTICIA, N.
10898 ENG 221 415A INTRODUCTION TO CHILDREN'S LITERATURE HIRSCH, L.
10899 ENG 223 416A WOMEN IN LITERATURE FISHER, J.
10900 ENG 242 416A WRITING ABOUT MUSIC BERNADINI, C.
10983 LAW 101 716A LAW & SOCIAL CHANGE MORALES, C.
10981 LAW 101 415A LAW & SOCIAL CHANGE STAFF
10982 LAW 101 515A LAW & SOCIAL CHANGE STAFF
10944 POL 101 516A AMERICAN GOVERNMENT BOSWORTH, S.
12332 PSY 140 408A PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN ANDERSON, L.
10906 WGS 100 316A WOMEN'S & GENDER STUDIES FISHER, J.
Revised 5/22/12

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