The two basic composition courses at ETSU are ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020. Both courses encourage you to develop critical thinking, reading, and writing skills that you can use in all of your coursework at ETSU. Information about these and other courses in the first year writing sequence can be found on page 190 in the online version of the university catalog.
English Grammar Tutorial
If you have trouble with grammar, you can enroll in the English Grammar Tutorial by emailing Michael Briggs at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your instructor might also require that you do some work in the tutorial as part of your official coursework.
Learn more about the English Grammar Tutorial.
For more information about course policies, please see the Departmental Policies page that is part of this site. Pay close attention to the attendance policy and the grading policy.
Currently, you are able to enroll in special sections of ENGL 1020 that reflect different interest areas. The course descriptions are as follows:
English 1020: Cultural Expression will explore facets of high culture and popular culture.
English 1020: Civic Engagement will explore the workings of social groups and institutions.
English 1020: Scientific Exploration will explore the implications of scientific and technical advancements in the everyday world.
Office of the Registrar
ETSU Writing and Communication Center
Final Exam Schedule
Microsoft Word Formatting Guide
(Includes APA information)
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