Viterbi’s 7-week graduate writing and oral communication skills courses are offered fall semester 2018 and run from Tuesday, October 16 to Thursday, November 29.
ENGR 503x: Oral Communication Skills for Engineering Ph.D. Students
Session 901, Section 28574R
This 2-unit course is 7-weeks long and is CR/NC. The course covers general principles of effective oral communication, including delivery elements and structuring information. Workshop-style classes focus on conference presentations, qualifying exams and other oral communication projects. Students experience a variety of presenting situations with the goal of building confidence, focus and connection to a variety of audiences. Personalized feedback on current presentations is provided along with individual instruction to promote continued improvement in the future.
- Tuesday and Thursday 12pm – 1:50pm
- October 16-November 29 (Section 28574R)
- Location: KAP 138
ENGR 502x: Writing Skills for Engineering Ph.D. Students
Session 901, Section 28572R
This 2-unit course is 7-weeks long and is CR/NC. The course addresses academic and research writing, writing for publication, dissertations, proposals, conference papers, and journal articles as well as general principles of effective written communication. Communication to industry and public audiences is also covered. Students receive assistance on their current writing projects (e.g. conference papers).
- Tuesday and Thursday 4pm – 5:50pm
- October 16-November 29 (Section 28572R)
- Location: GFS 113
For questions or further information, please contact Elizabeth Fife, Instructor, Engineering Writing Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on September 6th, 2018
Last updated on September 6th, 2018