The English Department is pleased to offer a 15-credit hour Minor in Creative Writing for both non-English majors and for English majors with a concentration in Literature.
Courses in the Minor in Creative Writing give students a chance to write poems, stories, and personal narratives, and to learn more about the history of literature and creative writing. A Minor in Creative Writing is an exciting and strategic companion to many majors.
Requirements for the Minor in Creative Writing (15 cr.)
Three courses (9 hours):
ENG W203 Intro to Creative Writing
ENG L202 Literary Interpretation
ENG W301 Fiction Writing* — or — ENG W303 Poetry Writing*
One of the following Creative Writing courses (3 hours):
ENG A190 Arts, Aesthetics, and Creativity (fulfills Common Core for General Ed.)
ENG A399 Arts, Aesthetics, and Creativity (fulfills Common Core for General Ed.)
ENG W301 Fiction Writing*
ENG W303 Poetry Writing*
ENG W401 Advanced Fiction Writing*
ENG W403 Advanced Poetry Writing*
Or other creative writing course approved by the Advisor for the Creative Writing Minor
One of the following upper-level British, American, or Comparative Literature courses (3 hours):
ENG-L: 350, 351, 352, 354**
ENG-E: 301, 302, 303, 304**
Or 300-level or above literature course approved by the Advisor for the Creative Writing Minor
* Course can be taken twice for credit.
** Some of these courses fulfill additional requirements for General Education, CLAS General Education, and Education majors. Check with your advisor.
To sign up, contact:
Clayton Michaels, Advisor for the Minor in Creative Writing, at firstname.lastname@example.org