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Romanticism / Victorian / 19th Century British 2019-2020
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The Writing Program, housed in the Writing and Library Science Department , offers a wide variety of courses in creative, professional, and academic writing. These courses include the core writing courses and introductory and advanced writing courses that comprise the Bachelor of Arts degree in Writing and the Writing Minor. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Writing offers students depth of study in writing process and craft, creative, academic, professional, and technical writing, and theories of language and rhetoric both on campus and online. Practice in diverse writing genres prepares students for a wide range of academic and professional goals. The degree program will prepare students for many types of careers in writing, including freelance work, technical writing, grant writing, editing, copywriting, and creative writing. Our faculty and staff include many practicing and published writers and scholars. In addition, we encourage students in any major to take our courses as electives and to consider choosing a minor in writing.
Creative Writing 2019
This program, which involves completing a creative thesis, allows you to balance academic course work in English with the serious study of creative writing. Students participate in writing workshops, undertake coursework in literature, and study critical theory. MFA candidates present a creative thesis of between 45 to pages, depending on genre. Graduate teaching assistantships are available to a select number of students. You must additionally complete:.
Course information provided by the Courses of Study An introductory course in the theory, practice, and reading of fiction, poetry, and allied forms. Both narrative and verse readings are assigned. Students will learn to savor and practice the craft of poetry and narrative writing, developing techniques that inform both.