From Gerald R. Lucas
|NMAC 1011: Perspectives on Genre Fiction|
|Description||Classroom work will examine and discuss texts in a particular genre and consider how these texts represent cultural concerns. The course offers an opportunity for students to apply critical thinking skills to genre fiction and to gain experience in developing and presenting original arguments in oral forms.|
|Area B||This is an Area B course that develops key competencies in critical thinking and oral communication through an introduction to genre fiction, which may include speculative, horror, fantastic, romantic, crime, or science fiction. The course includes an online Critical Thinking and Oral Communication (CTOC) component.|
|Lecture Hours||4 hours|
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