Illinois State University
ENG 249: Technical Writing I (online and f2f, undergraduate)
Introduction to technical and professional writing. Includes study of manuals, reports, proposals, audience analysis, formatting, and style.
ENG 283: Rhetorical Theory and Applications (undergraduate)
Critical and analytical examination of the nature and historical development of rhetorical theory and its applications to contemporary discourse.
ENG 349: Technical Writing II (graduate/undergraduate)
Instruction and practice in editing, proposals, and analytical writing; attention given to style manuals, research writing, and (as needed) publication.
ENG 350: Visible Rhetorics (graduate/undergraduate)
Critical examination of visual texts (broadly defined) as they are located within various rhetorical, social, and cultural context and critical production of visual texts.
ENG 351: Hypertext/Digital Rhetorics (graduate/undergraduate)
Study of theory and research in digital rhetorics as a basis for the production of multimodal, web-based texts.
ENG 467: Technology and English Studies | Digital Rhetorics (graduate)
An overview of key theories, methods, practices, and pedagogies that inform and are informed by digital rhetorical studies.