Carnegie Mellon Engineering




Writing and Expression Courses for Classes 2016 and Later 

**Any course taken on this list that is below 9 units will require additional coursework to complete the requirement.**

 

 12-Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • 12-798 (3 UNITS) Professional Communication for Graduate Students

 

 19-Engineering and Public Policy

  • 19-325 Technology and Policy Writing for Lay Audiences 

 

51-Design

  • 51-261  Communication Design Fundamentals
  • 51-262  Communication Design Fundamentals

 

54-Drama

  • 54-187  Introduction to Playwriting
  • 54-190  Advanced Playwriting
  • 54-191  Acting for Non-Majors
  • 54-192  Acting for Non-Majors
  • 54-193  Comedic Writing for Film and Television
  • 54-196  Advanced Screenwriting

 

 62-CFA Interdisciplinary

  • 62-330 Filmothea: Seminar in Film Music

 

70-Business Administration

  • 70-340  Business Communications
  • 70-341  Organizational Communication
  • 70-345  Business Presentations
  • 70-350  Acting for Business
  • 70-483  Advertising and Marketing Communication

 

 73-Economics

  • 73-270  Writing for the Economists

 

76-English

  • 76-212  Utopias from Plato to Science Fiction
  • 76-221  Books You Should Have Ready By Now
  • 76-241  Introduction to Gender Studies
  • 76-245  Shakespeare: Tragedies and Histories
  • 76-247  Shakespeare: Comedies and Romances
  • 76-260  Survey of Forms: Fiction
  • 76-262  Survey of Forms: Nonfiction
  • 76-265  Survey of Forms: Poetry
  • 76-269  Survey of Forms: Screenwriting
  • 76-270  Writing for the Professions
  • 76-271  Introduction to Professional and Technical Writing
  • 76-273  Presenting a Public Self
  • 76-281  Modern American Drama
  • 76-285  (MINI) Team Communication
  • 76-286  (MINI) Oral Communication
  • 76-294  Interpretive Practices
  • 76-302  Global Communication Center Practicum
  • 76-318  Communicating in the Global Marketplace
  • 76-319  Environmental Rhetoric
  • 76-324  Topics in Rhetoric: Rhetoric and Leadership
  • 76-325  Intertextuality
  • 76-325  Music, Technology, and Culture
  • 76-341  Gender & Sexuality in Performance
  • 76-359  Planning and Testing Documents
  • 76-370  Independent Study in Literary and Cultural Studies
  • 76-372  News Writing
  • 76-373  Argument
  • 76-374  IDeATe - Dietrich College Cuban Interactive Documentary Project
  • 76-375  Magazine Writing
  • 76-385  Introduction to Discourse Analysis
  • 76-389  Rhetorical Grammar
  • 76-390  Style
  • 76-391  Document and Information Design
  • 76-393  Corpus Rhetorical Analysis
  • 76-395  Science Writing
  • 76-396  Non-Profit Advocacy: Genres, Methods, and Issues
  • 76-397  Instructional Text Design
  • 76-419  Media in a Digital Age
  • 76-420  Process of Reading and Writing
  • 76-438  The Wire: Crime, Realism, and Long-Form TV
  • 76-450  Literary and Cultural Theory: Law, Culture, and the Humanities
  • 76-457  Topics in Rhetoric
  • 76-464  Creative Non-Fiction Workshop
  • 76-469  Advanced Screenwriting Workshop
  • 76-472  Multimedia Storytelling in a Digital Age
  • 76-474  Software Documentation
  • 76-476  Rhetoric of Science
  • 76-479  Public Relations & Marketing for Writers
  • 76-481  Writing for Multimedia
  • 76-487/8  Web Design/Lab (lab is 3 units)
  • 76-491  Rhetorical Analysis
  • 76-492  Rhetoric of Public Policy
  • 76-494  Healthcare Communications

 

80-Philosophy

  • 80-180  Nature of Language
  • 80-208  Critical Thinking
  • 80-280  Linguistic Analysis
  • 80-281  Language and Thought
  • 80-282  Phonetics and Phonology
  • 80-380  Philosophy of Language
  • 80-381  Meaning in Language
  • 80-383  Language in Use

 

82- Modern Languages

  • 82-215  Introduction to Modern Arabic Literature and Culture
  • 82-280  Learning About Language Learning
  • 82-305  French in Social Contexts
  • 82-320  Contemporary Society in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland
  • 82-323  Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in the 20th Century
  • 82-333  Introduction to Chinese Language and Culture
  • 82-334  Structure of Chinese
  • 82-337  Mandarin Chinese for Oral Communication I
  • 82-338  Mandarin Chinese for Oral Communication II
  • 82-339  Business, Language, and Culture in China I
  • 82-374  Technical Japanese
  • 82-383  Second Language Acquisition: Theories and Research
  • 82-343  Latin America: Language and Culture
  • 82-344  U.S. Latinos: Language and Culture
  • 82-345  Introduction to Hispanic Literary and Cultural Studies
  • 82-361  Italian Language and Culture I
  • 82-362  Italian Language and Culture II
  • 82-443  Spanish Reading and Translation Workshop
  • 82-444  The Structure of Spanish

 

 84-Institute for Politics and Strategy

  • 84-340  American Political Journalism 

 

85-Psychology

  • 85-377  Attitudes and Persuasion

 

88-Social and Decision Science

  • 88-341  Organizational Communication

 

90-Heinz College

  • 90-718 Strategic Presentation Skills