eng313 | undergraduate
This is a one-credit course that introduces students to approaches for developing winning proposals. This course may focus on proposal development processes rather than writing and technical issues.
This undergraduate-level course is 2 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Problem Solving and Opportunity Proposals
Understand and apply the request for proposal (RFP) process.
Define the purpose and potential problems for writing a proposal.
Compare the four standard types of proposals: research, planning, implementation, and estimate proposals.
Strategies of Proposal Development
Examine the five stages of writing a proposal.
Illustrate the four areas of a proposal: current situation, project plan, qualifications, and costs and benefits.
Budgeting and Putting a Proposal Together
Detail the different elements in budget proposals.
Compare and contrast four principles of design used in effective page layouts.
- Discuss the importance of revising the proposal or rethinking the problem or opportunity.
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