The Minor in Creative Writing is designed for students in other majors who wish to develop their creative writing skills through an online creative writing program. Throughout the minor program, you’ll discuss the basic conventions of at least two different contemporary creative genres and produce polished, completed works in those genres. You’ll also read your own work critically and employ revision strategies to improve it and critique the writing of others and offer constructive suggestions for improving it.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Discuss the basic conventions of at least two different contemporary creative genres.
- Produce polished, completed works in those genres.
- Read their own work critically and employ revision strategies to improve it.
- Critique the writing of others and offer constructive suggestions for improving it in a collegial setting.
- Produce a significant project in one genre.
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