WRIT 660I

Writing Student Designed Independent Studies

1-8 Graduate credits
Effective April 27, 1999 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

Student-designed independent studies give Metropolitan State students the opportunity to plan their own study. This type of independent learning strategy can be useful because it allows students: to study a subject in more depth, at a more advanced level; to pursue a unique project that requires specialized study; to draw together several knowledge areas or interests into a specialized study; to test independent learning capabilities and skills; or to use special learning resources in the community, taking advantage of community education opportunities which, in themselves, would not yield a full college competence. Students should contact their academic advisor for more information.

Learning outcomes

Summer 2020

Section Title Instructor
01 Applying Language Principles to Healthcare Sadler, Victoria Course details

Fall 2020

Section Title Instructor
01 Topics in Stochastic Processes Jacobson, David Willia Course details
02 Creating the short form video Aronson, Anne L Course details
03 Creating Digital Stories Aronson, Anne L Course details
04 History and Theory of Rhetoric Layne, Alexandra Marie Course details
05 Writing Student Designed Independent Studies Zhou, Quan Course details
06 Rhetorical Criticism Aronson, Anne L Course details