An introduction to the principles of scholarly inquiry. This course is team taught and includes themes such as: critical thought, learning strategies, decision-making, traditions of research and argumentation, research practice and information technologies, claims-making, the ethical position of the inquirer, and the relationship of the student to scholarly practice and community membership. This course contributes to the development of clear and convincing writing skills. Registration in this course is restricted to students who have completed fewer than 33 credit hours.
3 lecture hours per week, one term
Transfer Equivalents: Look up 99:175 in the BU Course Transfer Database.