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FALL 2013 WRITING INTENSIVE SECTIONS

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.


(PRE: ESL 35)
(PRE: ENG 091 or ESL 091)
CLASS COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
94855 BLS 110 508A AFRICAN CIVILIZATION I STAFF
94858 BLS 110 509A AFRICAN CIVILIZATION I STAFF
95705 BUS 100 212A INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ROSENBERG, D.
93766 EDU 101 000A FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION CARLOS, A.
93767 EDU 101 110A FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION DISANTO, J.
93770 EDU 101 416A FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION CHURCH, S.
94099 GERO 103 516A HEALTH & AGING FLEMISTER, E.
15601 LAC 118 208A CARIBBEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE SANABRIA, C.
15669 LAC 118 211A CARIBBEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE SANABRIA, C.
15672 LAC 132 208A HISPANIC MIGRATION SANABRIA, C.
15674 LAC 132 309A HISPANIC MIGRATION SANABRIA, C.
29897 LAC 350H 516A TRAILBLAZERS FOR FREEDOM & PROGRESS IN THE AMERICAS HERNANDEZ, O.
94528 LIN 103 516A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION PUJOL, M.
28142 LIN 103 916A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION PUJOL, M.
(PRE/CO: ENG 091 or ESL 091)
CLASS COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
96406 BUS 203 304A BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS FIGUEROA, S.
95763 BUS 220 412A PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING ROSENBERG, D.
93773 EDU 104 302A LANGUAGE ARTS PFENNINGER, S.
93776 EDU 105 304A SOCIAL STUDIES DISANTO, J.
18948 EDU 105 816A SOCIAL STUDIES MORALES, J.
19128 EDU 116 000A CHILD DEVELOPMENT PALMIERI, D.
19134 EDU 116 216A CHILD DEVELOPMENT PFENNINGER, S.
94516 LIN 100 212A INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS WATKINS-GOFFMAN, L.
94545 VPA 114 000A MODERN ART IN THE CITY LONDON, A.
94598 VPA 171 316A INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE STAFF
94601 VPA 171 415A INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE STAFF
(PRE:  ENG 110)
CLASS COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
26560 BIO 310 708A MICROBIOLOGY TRACHMAN, J.
17355 DD 102 416A MEDIA DESIGN IN THE DIGITAL AGE CHEIKIN, M.
95434 HIS 201 315A WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 JOHNSTON, J.
95431 HIS 201 516AA WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 MEYER, G.
95444 HIS 202 415A MODERN WORLD HISTORY IALONGO, E.
95450 HIS 202 415B MODERN WORLD HISTORY BOSWORTH, S.
95459 HIS 210 716A U.S. HISTORY THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR IALONGO, E..
95468 HIS 211 412A U.S. HISTORY FROM RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT BOSWORTH, S.
95471 HIS 211 415A U.S. HISTORY FROM RECONSTRUCTION TO PRESENT BOSWORTH, S.
95516 POL 101 116A AMERICAN GOVERNMENT ROMAN, P.
95519 POL 101 216A AMERICAN GOVERNMENT ROMAN, P.
95522 POL 101 415B AMERICAN GOVERNMENT BOSWORTH, S.
95537 POL 107 110A POLITICAL SYSTEMS OF LATIN AMERICA ROMAN, P.
94280 SOC 105 316A SOCIAL PROBLEMS RIVERA, M.
95921 PSY 110 316A LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIOR WOLFE, K.
(PRE: ENG 111)
CLASS COURSE SECTION DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR
94861 BLS 125 411A HARLEM RENASSAINCE STAFF
94864 BLS 125 510A HARLEM RENASSAINCE STAFF
95401 ENG 202 515A TECHNICAL WRITING (Reserved for Engineering Science) GRINDLEY, C.
24073 ENG 202 715A TECHNICAL WRITING (Reserved for Engineering Science) GRINDLEY, C.
24067 ENG 212 915A STUDIES IN DRAMA ROUSSETZKI, R.
24082 ENG 213 716A SHAKESPEARE HUTCHINS, C.
95404 ENG 221 415A INTRODUCTION TO CHILDREN'S LITERATURE HIRSCH, L.
95407 ENG 223 416A WOMEN IN LITERATURE FISHER, J.
24076 ENG 225 209A LITERATURE OF THE BLACK AMERICAN JONES, C.
95624 LAW 101 416A LAW & SOCIAL CHANGE JORDAN, H.
95621 LAW 101 515A LAW & SOCIAL CHANGE JORDAN, H.
96063 NUR 320 810A NURSING TRENDS & ISSUES KING, E.
95944 PSY 140 408A PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN ANDERSON, L.
95947 PSY 142 316A ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY SEIXAS, A.

Updated 8/30/13

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