Writing Minor

Introduction to the Minor in Writing Practices 

The Minor in Writing Practices develops writing proficiencies across a variety of rhetorical situations towards building confident and rhetorically versatile writers. Students will have the opportunity to further their understanding of the origins, cultural influences, evolving technologies, and purposes of writing in diverse settings. The minor is open to all undergraduates who have successfully completed WRIT xx33 and want to hone their writing, further understanding of writing concepts and theories, and demonstrate abilities to employers and others. Students will complete at least 20 credits of courses culminating in a formal portfolio of their work in WRIT 3500.

    Writing Minor Courses

    Upcoming Courses

    This list is updated quarterly to reflect the courses being offered by the Writing Program and other programs and departments that meet the requirements of the Writing Minor. 


      5353 WRIT 2400 Editing and Publishing 4:00PM-5:50PM T,R Parrish, Juli J.
      5284 WRIT 2555 Diverse Rhetorics 2:00PM-3:50PM T,R Shultz Colby, Rebekah E.
      3514 COMN 2400 Landmarks in Rhetorical Theory 10:00AM-11:50AM W,F Reckard, Bryan R.
      2777 ENGL 1000 Intro to Creative Writing 10:00AM-11:50AM W,F Morris, Kendall M.
      1925 ENGL 1000 Intro to Creative Writing 8:00AM-9:50AM M,W Huffman, Jane C.
      2140 ENGL 2002 Creative Writing-Poetry 2:00PM-3:50PM M,W Verberkmoes, Jan M.
      3419 ENGL 2011 Creative Writing-Fiction 12:00PM-1:50PM M,W Lipeles, Jason
      5056 ENGL 3818 Composition Theory 10:00AM-11:50AM T,R Hesse, Douglas D.
      2554 MFJS 2140 Storytelling & Reporting 12:00PM-1:50PM M,W Campbell, Deborha A.