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The Minor in Writing (a 24-hour program) is a useful complement to any major. Students who wish to improve their abilities of written expression or who wish to further explore the possibilities for how writing is used in their major field of study should consider this minor. The minor includes mass communication electives and a range of advanced-study opportunities in creative writing, technical writing, popular media and language.
|Engl 10-210||Introduction to Creative Writing||3|
|Eng 10-311||Advanced Composition||3|
|Eng 10-315||Writing for the Professions||3|
|Approved electives from the following:||15|
|Any two English Department literature courses||6|
|Eng 10-304||Rhetorical Writing (3)|
|Eng 10-312||Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction (3)|
|Eng 10-313||Creating Writing: Fiction (3)|
|Eng 10-314||Creative Writing: Poetry (3)|
|Engl 10-322||Introduction to the Teaching of Writing (3)|
|Engl 10-380||Practicum in Teaching Writing (1)|
|Eng 10-414||The Structure & Theory of Creative Writing (3)|
|Engl 10-419||Directed Writing (1-4)|
|Engl 10-430||Writing for the Online Age (3)|
|Engl 10-495||Internship in Writing and Research (3)|
|Engl 10-501||Writing, Language, and Pedagogy (3)|
|Engl 10-512||Publication Skills (3)|
|Eng 10-560||Advanced Creative Writing (3)|
|MC 20-227||Reporting (3)|
|MC 20-327||Advanced Reporting (3)|
|MC 20-358||Feature Writing (3)|