Introductory Written Communication

BEN U ACADEMICS General Education
ENGL104
Introductory Written Communication

 

ENGL104 is the first course in a sequence of two composition classes designed to equip students with the writing skills necessary for success in academic, professional, and personal situations requiring formal and informal writing. The workshop style course focuses on building confidence in writing as students progress through the process of choosing essay topics, developing introduction paragraphs and thesis statements, creating effective body paragraphs and topic sentences, and drafting conclusion paragraphs. Students will also learn to identify their audience and purpose in writing. The required composition sequence advances essential practices and habits for all skilled writers and critical thinkers.

 

Credit: 4.5

Who Should Enroll?

BHMT participants who are interested in building confidence in writing and selecting essay topics, developing introduction paragraphs and thesis statements., creating effective body paragraphs and topic sentences, and drafting conclusion paragraphs.

 

Note: This course will prepare BHMT participants for ENGL 105 and for future courses.

 

 

Transferability Requirement

BHMT participants are responsible for making sure selected course(s) will transfer to the accepting institution.
 
 

How Do I Register?
  1. First-time student register below to complete a Colorado Technical University admission application.
  2. Returning CTU student please call 1-855-283-1590 to enroll in this class

 

 

REGISTER

 

Requirements
ELIGIBILITY
PREREQUISTES
COMPUTER

  • You must be a BHMT-eligible employee with “active” KP employment status.
  • You must have completed your probationary period.
  • You must be a regular, benefited full-time or part-time employee – typically working 20 hours or more per week.
  • Open to all regions.

  • None

  • Have computer access with internet

 

Academic Calendar

2018 CTU Academic Calendar

QUARTER 1

SESSION A

January 1 – February 8

Drop Date — Monday, January 8th

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, January 29th

SESSION B

February 11 – March 22

Drop Date — Monday, February 19th

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, March 12th

QUARTER 2

SESSION A

April 1 – May 10

Drop Date — Monday, April 9th

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, May 30th

SESSION B

May 13 – June 21

Drop Date — Monday, May 21st

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, June 11th

QUARTER 3

SESSION A

July 3 – August 9

Drop Date — Monday, July 9th

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, July 30th

SESSION B

August 14 – September 20

Drop Date — Monday, August 20th

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, September 10th

QUARTER 4

SESSION A

October 2 – November 8

Drop Date — Monday, October 10th

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, October 29th

SESSION B

November 13 – December 20

Drop Date — Monday, November 19th

Withdraw Deadline — Monday, December 10th

 

 

Student Agreement

This program and participation is governed by the terms of the BHMT Student Agreement. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the student agreement; by registering and participating in this program you are agreeing to comply with it.

 

Unsuccessful Course Completion and Dropped Class Policy

Ben U programs require your time and effort on a consistent basis as well as communicating with the course instructor, tutor, or BHMT Career Counselor if you are having difficulties or conflicts. Should you not complete your program successfully with a ‘C’ or better, pass, or drop the course by the institution’s 1st drop date, your participation in Trust programs may be suspended for a period of twelve months.