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The Writing Minor or Concentration exposes students to a plethora of cross-disciplinary writing opportunities. Students will develop the skills necessary for writing in all realms: civic life, employment, graduate school, and beyond. They will increase their creativity and innovation in all writing undertakings. Students will gain experience in collaboration, problem solving, innovation, and new media literacy. This minor/concentration permits students to document formally their acquisition of these rhetorical skills.

Writing Concentration and Writing Minor

The writing concentration is offered to English majors who wish to focus their studies on writing. Although the requirements are the same, English majors will pursue a Writing concentration, rather than a Writing minor. 

Communications majors who pursue a Writing minor may only use three courses that satisfy both the Communications major and the Writing minor.

Complete the following 200 level courses:
EN 203Advanced Composition3
EN 274Introduction to Creative Writing3
And ONE of the following 300 level course:
EN 362Rhetorical Criticism3
EN 364Intermediate Creative Writing3
Plus THREE coures from the following:
EN 204Professional and Technical Writing3
EN 272Veterans' Literature and Writing3
EN 278Writing for the Web3
EN 276Environmental Writing3
EN 362 (if not taken above)
EN 364 (if not taken above)
CM 207Journalism I: News Gathering3
CM 208Journalism II: Advanced News Gathering and Design3
CM 209Broadcast Writing3
CM 335Television Criticism3
Total Credits18