Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications

Students who major in Rhetoric and Communications practise writing in a variety of genres and read contemporary non-fiction, analyze visual and verbal texts, trace the impact of print and electronic media on western culture, and – through the study of theory and close attention to textual practices – examine how ideology is embodied in discourse. Students with a B.A. in Rhetoric and Communications can enter graduate studies in such fields as Communications, Composition, Media Studies, and Rhetoric. They are also well prepared for public- and private-sector careers that depend on advanced analytical and communicative skills, especially in writing.

Doctor Catherine Taylor appointed Associate Dean of Arts at UWinnipeg

Fall, 2017 to Winter, 2018

Adivising Schedule Poster [PDF]
All Rhetoric, Writing and Communications Courses (PDF)

1000-Level Courses

Humanities | Social Sciences | Sciences | Business Administration | Multidisciplinary

All Extended Courses

2000-Level Courses

Course PDF | Course Descriptions PDF

3000-Level Courses

Course PDF | Course Descriptions PDF

Student Handbook with Course Descriptions [PDF]
Course Descriptions [PDF]

Spring Term, 2017 (PDF)

Premika Perera (Thursday, Friday)

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University of Winnipeg
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