Rhode Island College

2015-2016 Catalog


Writing in the Discipline

Building on the core course, FYW 100/FYW 100P/FYW 100H, each discipline has identified a required course or courses within the major in which students learn to write for that discipline. Completion of the major/program fulfills the Writing in the Discipline requirement.

Accounting    

Anthropology

Art (Studio - Ceramics, Graphic Design, Metalsmithing and Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture)

Art Education

Art History    

Biology           

Business (Management)     

Chemical Dependency/Addiction Studies 

Chemistry        

Communication (Mass Media Communications; Public and Professional Communication; Public Relations; Speech, Language, and Hearing Science)         

Computer Information Systems     

Computer Science       

Early Childhood Education    

Economics     

Elementary Education         

English          

English/Creative Writing    

Film Studies  

Finance          

Gender and Women's Studies        

Health Education     

History           

Justice Studies          

Management (General, Human Resources, International, Operations) 

Marketing     

Mathematics 

Medical Imaging (Nuclear Medicine Technology, Radiologic Technology, also open to certified radiologic technologists) 

Modern Languages (Francophone Studies, French, Latin American Studies, Portuguese, Spanish)  

Music 

Music Education

Music Performance

Nursing         

Philosophy    

Physical Education   

Political Science        

Political Science/Public Administration     

Psychology    

Sociology