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Name of course : Analysis of Scientific and Technical Writing
Description : The role of communication in the creation of scientific knowledge and technical designs and artifacts; methods of analyzing texts and of studying their creation and use; relationships between writing and other forms of communication. Field research in a scientific or technological setting.
Prerequisites : ENG 314, 331, 332, or 333
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Average user rating : 4
Average GPA of classes in course :
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 Spring 2006
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
ENG 425 section 001 Katz % 1
 Spring 2005
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
ENG 425 section 001 % 1
 Fall 2004
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
ENG 425 section 001 % 0
 Fall 2003
Class Instructor GPA Std. Dev. Percentile Users
ENG 425 section 001 Miller % 0
 User Ratings
Brian
All American
2014 Posts
user info
course :ENG 425
course rating :4 - Awesome
course comments :As close to a scientific class as you'll get outside of PAMS or Engineering. Not for the scientifically faint of heart, but well worth it if you can handle a lot of science writing.
class :Spring 2005 section 001
grade received :N/A
class rating :3 - Good
class comments :Had its good days and bad days. On good days discussions were all over the map, and were very engaging. On bad days one or two people would dominate the discussion, and the class would drag on forever as a result.
instructor :
instructor rating :4 - Awesome
instructor comments :Dr. Susan Katz taught this class, and she was very good at it. Was willing to let tangents from a discussion go on for quite a while, which meant we got to talk about what we wanted for the most part. Served more as a moderator than a teacher, and her grading was fair.

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