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Composition
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Writing as Process

Writing as Process

National Day of Writing - WAC
Research and Inquiry

Research and Inquiry

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Diversity and Disciplinary Knowledge

Diversity and Disciplinary Knowledge

The Composition Program at George Mason University serves approximately 8,000 students a year on five campuses via three courses: English 100, English 101, and English 302.

In all three courses, students are encouraged to see writing as a social, imaginative, inquiry-based recursive action. Writers create texts in a range of genres that attend to particular rhetorical and academic contexts and that meet the expectations of particular audiences.