Fall 2021 Course Information

ENGL 106 and ENGL 108 Formats: What you’ll see on mypurdue

Note: # indicates numbers.

ENGL 10600

  • ENGL 10600-### with classrooms listed means this course will be taught in person. While the Covid pandemic continues, some sections of ENGL 106 may be taught in hybrid form with some days in person and others live online. 
  • ENGL 10600-Y## is an online learning (Distance Learning) course. There are no class times listed because this course does not meet at regular class times. Students are provided with videos, Powerpoints, readings and quizzes, and other course materials to complete on their own. Students arrange hours with their instructors to meet for conferences.

ENGL 10600 for International Students Only

  • ENGL 10600-I## with classrooms listed means this course is designed for international students and will be taught in person. 
  • ENGL 10600-YI## is an online learning (Distance Learning) course designed for international students. There are no class times listed because this course does not meet at regular class times. Students are provided with videos, Powerpoints, readings and quizzes, and other course materials to complete on their own. Students arrange hours with their instructors to meet for conferences. 

ENGL 10800

All sections of ENGL 10800 meet in person.

General Information

Introductory Composition offers 100-level introductory courses which satisfy the written communication (WC) and information literacy (IL) general education requirements, and a 300-level course often used as an elective in Purdue Polytechnic and other colleges.

Introductory Composition does not administer SCLA 101 and 102, which are “great books” themed reading courses offered by the College of Liberal Arts. Please visit the Cornerstone site for more information.

 

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