2010-2011 Catalog 
    
    Dec 13, 2018  
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

English Creative Writing Minor


The creative writing minor, as part of the English Department, is a rigorous immersion in the craft of literature and will assist those who wish to pursue careers in writing, editing and publishing; those who wish to teach creative writing; those who wish to study literature from the vantage point of the writer; and those who wish to augment their academic study with an emphasis on creative writing. The minor sharpens students’ writing and editing skills; introduces them to various genres; and helps them to understand the nature, process, and publication of creative writing. Additionally, the creative writing minor provides opportunities for participants to hone analytic, presentational, cognitive, and creative skills related to reading, writing, analyzing, and present written texts.

Students who choose to minor in creative writing will complete eighteen (18) credit hours in creative writing as well as three (3) credit hours in literature. The course sequence is as follows:

Required course, in student's genre of emphasis:


Choose two of the following courses:


Choose one course from literature offerings:


Choose one course from English department literature offerings, in appropriate genre, in consultation with Creative Writing faculty (please note that these courses do have prerequisites, and that students will be responsible for fulfilling those prerequisites on their own)