GENB 2301: Business Writing Evaluation / Business Writing Tutorial
Note: All BWT students must choose "GENB 2301:Business Writing Tutorial (BWT)" to schedule your appointment. Course name "BBA 1001" is now called "GENB 2301:Business Writing Tutorial (BWT)".
The C. T. Bauer College of Business has partnered with the Writing Center to create The Bauer Experience,
an entry-to-major non-credit course designed to enforce a quality threshold for student writing in the college.
Students are assessed by the Business Writing Evaluation as part of their entry to the major, and those who do not
meet the standard of writing competency are tutored intensively in the Business Writing Tutorial. Once students
referred to participate in the tutorials satisfactorily complete a business writing portfolio, they both clear
the Bauer Experience and take with them a dossier that they will be able to use in their job search upon
completion of their degree.
BWE: Business Writing Evaluation
BWT: Business Writing Tutorial
GENB 4350: Business Law & Ethics
The Writing Center supports this 600-person senior-level business course through an extensive "Assess and Address" partnership. Each student's writing is assessed early in the semester based on four writing assignments. Students whose performance deems them most in need of writing support subsequently participate in multiple one-on-one writing consultations with a course-dedicated writing consultant. Consultations take place at different stages of the writing process as students compose their final paper for the course.
Bauer MBA Writing Program
The Bauer MBA programs have partnered with the UH Writing Center to establish a program that will assess the writing of MBA students at several stages of their academic careers. The goal is to provide individualized tutoring as needed to ensure—to students and to employers—that MBA graduates have demonstrated competence in written communication.
ACCT 7362: Tax Research
The Writing Center offers multiple business writing workshops and individual consultations with ESL-specialized writing consultants
to students of this graduate-level accounting course.
MARK 8379: Academic Writing and Presenting
In this Academic Writing and Presenting course, doctoral students
from the Marketing Department of the Bauer College of Business develop
writing strategies for publishing in academic journals, presenting at professional conferences, and navigating
the competitive academic job market.
Grader Training for GENB 4350: Business Law & Ethics
Throughout the semester, Writing Center pedagogy and instructional experts provide training and support services for GENB 4350 graders,
including workshops and online resources. By becoming familiar with good business writing and the course grading rubric during training
workshops, graders become better prepared to effectively and efficiently evaluate and comment on student writing.