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Printed on 9/29/2020

Writing, Grant/Proposal

20-699-2 Certificate (C) 9 Credits Not Financial Aid Eligible Location*: Online

*If general education courses are required, they may be available at multiple locations.

Learn how to find, research and write grants and proposals using the latest research methods and solid writing principles. As part of your training, you’ll gain direct experience in writing a grant. Employers in business, government and non-profit organizations value these skills.

COURSE LIST

Course list for reference only. Current students please refer to your individualized program plan or see your advisor.
**Outside effort hours are an estimate based on state standards, and may vary from person to person.

Course Title
Course
Number
Credits
Instructional
Hours
Outside Effort
Hours**
Prior Learning
Credit Eligibility
Research Methods for Professional Communications
10-699-104
3Credit
54
108
N/A
54 hours in class and estimate 108 hours outside of class. Introduces students to the research phases of professional research and product testing. Students will learn how to conduct and analyze quantitative and qualitative studies, conduct surveys and develop and implement proper usability testing.
Prereq: Written Communication (10801195) or English Composition (10801136); Technical Reporting (10801197) All classes must have a C or better
Proposal/Grant Writing
10-699-106
3Credit
54
108
54 hours in class and estimate 108 hours outside of class. Introduces the skills to evaluate, assess and apply appropriate writing principles in writing grants and proposals. Students will complete this class with direct experience in writing a grant.
Prereq: Written Communication 10801195 or English Composition 10801136 with a C or better; OR not pursuing a degree
Technical Reporting
10-801-197
3Credit
54
108
N/A
54 hours in class and estimate 108 hours outside of class. Focuses on the preparation and presentation of a variety of oral and written technical reports. This course is designed as an advanced communication course for students who have completed at least the prerequisite writing course and a minimum of two semesters of relevant program course work.
Prereq: Written Communication 10801195 or English Composition 10801136 with a C or better; AND minimum 24 college credits or active in UW-O Cert.

Expected Competencies


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