College of Arts and Sciences
English

Program Summary

  • In order to earn a Minor in Writing Studies, students must complete 30 credits, with a cumulative grade point average of 2.00, from the following:

    Required Courses (10 cr.):

    • ENGL 2135   Punctuation/Grammar (2 cr)
    •   ENGL 2138 Writing, Editing, and Style (3 cr)
    •   ENGL 3040  Advanced Writing: Argumentation (5 cr)

    Choose 20 credits from the following:

    • ENGL 3014 U.S. Multiethnic Literatures in Context
    • ENGL 3050  Composition Theory and Practice for Teachers
    • ENGL 3080 History of the English Language
    • ENGL 3090 Tutoring  Writing
    • ENGL 3100 Writing Workshop in Ireland
    • ENGL 3110 Writing Non-Fiction
    • ENGL 3120 Writing the Personal Essay
    • ENGL 3170 Travel Writing: Stories Near and Far
    • ENGL 3840  Ecocriticism                   
    • ENGL 3910 Special Topics
    • ENGL 4720 Writing Resistance
    • ENGL 4810 The History of Narrative from Homer to Hypertext
    • ENGL 4950 Internship

    View Course Descriptions here.

    NOTE:

    Courses selected for the minor in Writing Studies may include those which fulfill university core or elective requirements and those taken to fulfill a major. See policy for minors (84-1)  for more information.