Topics courses are courses that do not have an official class title in the graduate catalogue. These types of courses give the faculty of the Dept. of Rhetoric and Writing the freedom to offer courses with varying topics all year long. There are three main types of topics courses and they are: Topics in Persuasive Writing, Topics in Technical Communication, and Topics in Nonfiction Writing. More information about topics courses can be found in Course Descriptions.
Below is a list of recently taught topics courses. It is important to note that these course topics are not offered every semester.
Topics in Nonfiction Writing
Writing for Children, Adolescents, and Families
Reading and Writing About the Middle East
Topics in Technical Communication
Writing and Video Games
Topics in Persuasive Writing
Rhetoric and Music