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This course is designed to improve your academic and language skills, with emphasis placed on thesis-driven writing. To achieve this you will critically interact with, discuss and write about a wide range of texts that question choices and decisions we make. For example, Do we have free will? To what extent are we free in our choices? Does morality constrain our sense of choice? Conclusions to such questions will develop depending on class-based discussions of ideas / concepts generated through shared interpretations of course texts. You will also have the opportunity to research and formulate a written paper on a sub-topic within the above theme – e.g. choices in the subject areas such as education, medicine, morality or science.
This course is designed for engineering students and aims to develop technical and professional communication skills. Students will be expected to become competent in the process of writing technical reports, developing projects and presenting these tasks. The tasks performed, as part of the course will mirror the tasks students will be expected to do in their faculty courses and prospective professional lives.
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