TWC713 - Technical Writing and Communication I

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Subject Title
Technical Writing and Communication I

Subject Description
TWC 713 is a post-diploma writing course for students in the Regulatory Affairs and Quality program.Students will compose respose letters (Clarificationand Warning) that expedite the regulatory submission process, participate in a work place interview and write a follow-up report, record the minutesof an external company-government meeting, produce a CPS Summary for a general audience, participate in conflict-resolution sessions, and conduct company meeting according to Robert's Rules of Order. Emphasis throughout will be placed on the rhetorical strategies underlying effective prose.

Credit Status
Required credit for post-diploma students in the Pharmaceutical and Quality Operations Program


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Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

- Conduct an information interview
- Write an informal Information Report
- Understand a variety of Informal Report formats
- Write a response to a clarification letter
- Write a response to a warning letter
- Write a CPS Summary
- Write a Product Monograph
- Develop editing and revising skills

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