30 total credits: 15 must be 300+ level
|WRIT 250||Introduction to Creative Writing||3.00|
|WRIT 303||Introduction to Rhetoric||3.00|
|Writing in Genres|
|Select two of the following:||6.00|
|Advanced Creative Writing: Nonfiction|
|Advanced Creative Writing: Fiction|
|Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry|
|Advanced Creative Writing: Cross-genre|
|Writing and Rhetoric|
|Select six credits of the following:||6.00|
|Advanced Rhetoric: Theory and Practice|
|Language, Narrative and Unconscious Bias|
|Special Topics in Rhetoric|
|Writing and Well-being|
|Senior Year Experience|
|Select one of the following:||3.00|
|The Writer's Portfolio|
|Writing Internship 1|
|Select nine credits of the following: 2||9.00|
|Contemporary Topics in Writing|
|The Literary Magazine|
|Special Topics in Writing|
|Six elective credits may be selected from the following:|
|Language, Power, and Identity|
|News Writing and Reporting|
|Digital Storytelling and Social Media|
|Writing for Stage and Screen|
|Methods of Legal Research and Writing|
|Computer Applications for Productivity|
|American Indian Literature|
Any 300+ ENGL course
Must be 3 credits if taken to fulfill the Senior Year Experience.
Any WRIT course taken beyond satisfaction of a requirement can be counted as an elective.
15 credits must be taken in courses at the 300 or 400 level.
The Writing Major is offered as a Bachelor of Arts degree only. Students seeking the B.A. in Writing must complete 6 credits in a world language as determined by the Writing Program.
All majors must complete one Academic Service-Learning (AS-L) project and one course infused with Center for Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity (URSCA). These High-Impact Practices are in required courses in the major.