Students interested in pursuing writing on top of their chosen major can add a Creative Writing minor. Learn to channel your imagination into the art of language and connect with your audience to bring ideas to life. You will focus on refining your style and broadening your writing ability across multiple genres.
A minor in Creative Writing will also teach you technical skills such as writing on a deadline and critical thinking and analysis. Classes teach the writing techniques and characteristics specific to the genres of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction and focus on the practices of generating ideas, workshopping, and revision while encouraging students to explore different voices and styles. This minor will boost your marketability for careers in media, publishing, and business.
Students majoring in English with a Creative Writing concentration cannot add a Creative Writing minor.
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.
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