Rhetoric and Composition
Oberlin students are expected to write and communicate well. Regardless of major, we want all students to be confident, competent, and capable writers. Courses in rhetoric and composition encourage you to understand writing as a means of discovery, reflection, and critical thinking to enable you to negotiate the demands of academic and college-level writing.
Why Study Rhetoric and Composition at Oberlin?
- RHET 103 - College Writing: Motives and Methods 4 credits
- RHET 210 - Rhetoric and Social Protest 4 credits
- RHET 303 - Writing about Travel: Composing as Reflection on Time Abroad 4 credits
- RHET 401 - Teaching and Tutoring Writing Across the Disciplines 4 credits
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