|ENGLISH 206x||Introduction to Business & Technical Communications||
Students will learn to assess communication situations using core rhetorical principles of audience, purpose, and context, and, after study and practice, will demonstrate their competency in producing key verbal and written genres such as email, memos, letters, presentations, and reports.
For B.S. in Information Science & Technology students: Area IV, Cross-Functional Electives
For Associate of Arts & Science Students: This course transfers to the AAS program as CGS ENG 206x.
|INFOST 110X||Introduction to Information Science & Technology||
Introduces basic issues in information science, including the nature of information, information policy, knowledge organization, information services, and the relationships between information technologies and society.
Area II – Core Requirement
|INFOST 120X||Ethical Issues in Information Technology||
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the ethical issues in contemporary information and communication technologies. Building from a basic understanding of ethical theory, it examines an array issues, including privacy, intellectual property, information security, free speech, cyberbullying, and digital sex and violence. The ethical choices and responsibilities of users and information professionals will be considered.
Area IV – Cross-Functional Electives
Note: This course transfers to the College of General Studies as a humanities course for those seeking the Associate of Arts & Sciences. Always consult the UWM transfer tool for up-to-date transfer information.