Course and Contact Information

Required course and contact information for WRIT 300 syllabi

Description from Bulletin

All WRIT 300 syllabi must include the course description exactly as is appears in the York College Bulletin:

WRIT 301: Research and Writing for the Major

WRIT301 (Liberal Arts) Research and Writing for the Major 4 hrs. 3 crs. Research, reading, and writing for upper-division courses; drafting, revising, editing, and formatting documents. Readings are drawn primarily from the humanities and social sciences. Assignments will encourage students to explore the research resources, patterns of discourse, and conventions of their own major disciplines. Preq: ENG 126 and Junior status. Course sections may be offered as hybrid online courses or as fully asynchronous online courses. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. [College Option]

WRIT 302: Research and Writing for the Sciences, Mathematics, and Technology

WRIT302 (Liberal Arts) Research and Writing for the Sciences, Mathematics, and Technology 4 hrs. 3 crs. Research, reading, and writing for upper-division courses; drafting, revising, editing, and formatting documents. Readings are drawn primarily from the areas of science and technology. Assignments will encourage students to explore the research resources, patterns of discourse, and conventions of their own major disciplines. Preq: ENG 126 and Junior status. Course sections may be offered as hybrid online courses or as fully asynchronous online courses. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. [College Option]

WRIT 303: Research and Writing for Professional Programs

WRIT303 (Liberal Arts) Research and Writing for Professional Programs 4 hrs. 3 crs. Research, reading, and writing for upper-division courses; drafting, revising, editing, and formatting documents. Readings are drawn primarily from areas pertinent to professional concerns. Assignments will encourage students to explore the research resources, patterns of discourse, and conventions of their own major disciplines. Preq: ENG 126 and Junior status. Course sections may be offered as hybrid online courses or as fully asynchronous online courses. 2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. [College Option]

WRIT 304: Research and Writing for English Majors

WRIT304 (Liberal Arts) Research and Writing for English Majors 4 hrs. 3 crs. Research, reading and writing for upper-division English courses; drafting, revising, editing and formatting documents. Readings are drawn primarily from areas pertinent to English literature, writing, rhetoric and the English language. Assignments will encourage students to explore the research resources, patterns of discourse, and conventions of the English Major. Preq: ENG 126 or ENG 200; Junior status; English majors only or department permissions required.

All of the items listed below should be included on the syllabus:

Course Information

  • course number
  • course title
  • designated course section (eg. MN3 or PQ2)
  • semester and year (eg. Fall 2018)
  • college name in full (York College, CUNY).

Time and Place of Course Meetings

  • room numbers
  • days of the week
  • times of day (start to finish)

Contact Information

  • instructor's name
  • email address and office phone number
  • office location
  • office hours

Sample Syllabus (This sample is for WRIT 303 but can be modified as needed for other WRIT 300 courses.)