Oct 05, 2022  
University Catalog 2021-2022 
University Catalog 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Creative Writing Minor

The Creative Writing program is committed to developing creative written expression. Through writing-intensive seminars and workshops, Creative Writing minors: (1) develop their creative thinking and writing ability; (2) gain a greater sensitivity to language; (3) learn to offer and respond to constructive criticism; (4) learn to read literature in terms of craft and method; (5) create a portfolio of artistic work; and (6) become familiar with contemporary authors.

These skills will serve students whether they pursue graduate school or careers immediately after graduation. Depending upon the student’s major, the graduating Creative Writing minor’s options may include pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing or a Doctorate in English, either of which would qualify him or her for a career in college teaching.

The minor in Creative Writing consists of eighteen (18) hours. Students completing this minor are required to take:


CRWT 2141 /ENGL 2141 CRWT 2143 / ENGL 2143 - Journal Practicum  also counts towards the minor.

Students may repeat any course, except CRWT 1050 , one time.

A grade of “C” or better must be earned in all courses taken in the minor.