In their courses, English majors and minors at UW - Eau Claire...
- Write effectively for different purposes and audiences.
- Plan, conduct, and document research using appropriate sources.
- Read and interpret text from a variety of critical perspectives.
- Describe the nature and structure of the English language.
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