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Inter-College Program Proposal Development

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ICP 3101W

Credits
2
Delivery Method
Partially online
Cost
Tuition | Fees
Terms

About This Course

This course will provide Inter-College Program (ICP) students the opportunity to explore together the three sections of the ICP proposal: goals, background, and course of study. From these explorations students will derive content for the proposal and engage in the writing of the proposal. Peer review and writing exercises will enhance the proposal-writing process and the final product. We will meet in person every other week, and have online assignments in between meetings.

Sample course topics: Interdisciplinary thinking, engagement, tone, voice, style, paragraphs, transitions, site visits, revision strategies, editing strategies, and professional presentation. 

Sample textbook: Hacker, D. (2012). A Pocket Style Manual, 6th Ed., Boston. Bedford/St. Martin's.

Instructor

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Josh Borowicz
Advisor, Health and Wellbeing Sciences, Inter-College Program, Multidisciplinary Studies

As a senior academic advisor, Josh Borowicz, PhD, has advised University students over the past 30 years, especially students pursuing individually designed degrees. He holds a BA in English literature, an MA in Creative Writing, and a PhD in American Studies.