Wesleyan's general education curriculum and major curricula require students to write lucidly, logically, and correctly. To enhance student writing, Wesleyan offers WRI 100 (Writing for Nonnative English Speakers) or WRI 101 (Fundamentals of College Writing), courses required of all students who do not demonstrate proficiency in writing when they enter Wesleyan. The Department of English offers additional college-level writing courses which students may take to enhance their writing.
Writing (WRI) Course Descriptions
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