Writing Certificate

Writing Certificate

The Writing Certificate enhances students’ skills in writing and analysis.  A complement to any major, the curriculum builds expertise in written communication and enables students to demonstrate credentials to employers and graduate programs.

To earn a Writing Certificate, students must earn a “B” or better in each course and complete the exit assessment survey.  Students taking ENG 475 must earn a "satisfactory." The Writing Certificate does not meet graduation requirements for an academic minor.

A minimum off 12 credits is required, including:

One of the following:3
Introduction to Creative Writing
Critical Approaches to Literature
Nine credits from the following, three of which must be from upper division English courses:9
Chemical Information Literacy and Communication
Media Writing
Scriptwriting
Introduction to Creative Writing
Grammar and the English Language
Environmental Literature (GT-AH2)
Borderlands: Representing Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality
Women and Literature
Literary Culture of the American West
Critical Approaches to Literature
Popular Genre Fiction: Topic Variable
Ancient World Literature (GT-AH2)
Folklore
Creative Writing: Fiction
Creative Writing: Poetry
Technical Writing
Creative Writing
Creative Writing: Non-Fiction
Literature and Ethnicity: Studies in:
Poetry: Studies in:
Drama: Studies in:
Prose: Studies in:
Women Writers
Global Literatures: Studies In: Topic Variable
Myth and Culture
British Literature: Medieval and Renaissance Texts
British Literature: Milton through the Romantics
British Literature: The Victorians to the Present Day
American Literature Early to Civil War
American Literature-Civil War to Present
Literary Magazine Submission and Production
Major British Authors: Cont. Lit. & Film
Major American Authors:
Theories of Reading and Writing Discourse
Writing the Environment
Geoscience Writing
Total Credits12