BUA106 Details

3 Credit Hours

Course Description:

Course Requirement: Enrollment in TAP. Students will develop academic and business writing skills. The course will emphasize effective writing and communication skills needed in academic and professional settings. Students will learn to create concise, professional documents for internal and external stakeholders. Legal and ethical standards for business and academic writing, including plagiarism, writing with integrity, and using bias-free language will be covered. Cross-listed as ENG 106.

Discipline: Business Administration


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Spring 2021
Fall 2020

Sections Offered in Spring 2021:

BUA106-1B: Fundamentals of Business and Academic Writing (-TAP Only-) Anneken, Matthew E.
Open: 11 / Reg: 9 / Max: 20
  Open
  6 Week Section
Instruction Type Building / Room Days Meeting Dates Meeting Times
Online - Without Set Times None (Online) ------- 02/15/2021 - 03/28/2021 --


Sections Offered in Fall 2020:

BUA106-1A: Fundamentals of Business and Academic Writing (-TAP Only-) Camm, Kelly Nichols
Open: 10 / Reg: 10 / Max: 20
  Open
  6 Week Section
Instruction Type Building / Room Days Meeting Dates Meeting Times
Online - Without Set Times None (Online) ------- 08/10/2020 - 09/20/2020 --
BUA106-1C: Fundamentals of Business and Academic Writing (-TAP Only-) Anneken, Matthew E.
Open: 18 / Reg: 2 / Max: 20
  Open
  6 Week Section
Instruction Type Building / Room Days Meeting Dates Meeting Times
Online - Without Set Times None (Online) ------- 11/02/2020 - 12/13/2020 --


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