CO300: Writing Arguments

In CO300 Writing Arguments, students explore the rhetorical contexts of academic and public argument by both analyzing and writing a variety of argumentative texts.

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Transfer Equivalents & Advanced Placement Credit: If you desire Colorado State equivalency for CO300 for a transferred course that does not have an equivalent noted on the transfer evaluation report, please contact Sue Russell, composition program administrative assistant, at Sue.Russell@ColoState.edu or (970) 491-1898. If you are asked to meet with a representative of the composition program, please bring the course syllabus, textbook, and/or the papers you composed for the class to the meeting.

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