WAC Plans & Rubrics

Writing Across the Campus Plans & Rubrics

The Writing Across the Campus program at Methodist University engages all members of the campus community in continuous writing improvement. The program assists students, faculty, and staff in becoming more effective writers. This page includes the “WAC Plan” for every major available at Methodist. Each plan includes a description of good writing in the discipline in question; a list of courses that include writing; and rubrics used to grade student papers.

WAC Plans

Arts & Humanities Business Health Sciences Public Affairs Science & Human Development

Art & Graphic Design

English

Global Studies

History

Music (all majors)

Psychology

Religion

Sociology

Spanish

Theatre

Writing

Business (all majors)

Athletic Training

Health Care Administration

Kinesiology

Nursing

Applied Communication

Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity

Environmental & Occupational Mgmt.

Justice Studies

Mass Communications

Political Science

Social Work

Biology

Chemistry

Computer Science & Computer Information Technology

Education (all majors)

Engineering

Mathematics

Physical Education & Health Education and Exercise & Sport Science


WAC Rubrics

Please note that some majors' rubrics are already included in the WAC Plans above.

Arts & Humanities Business Health Sciences Public Affairs Science & Human Development

Music (all majors)

Psychology

Religion

Spanish

Business (all majors)

Health Care Administration

Nursing

Environmental & Occupational Mgmt.

Biology

Chemistry

Computer Science/CIT

Education (all majors)

Physical Education & Health Education and Exercise & Sport Science

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