A minimum of 16 credits in English at or above ENGL 211 must be taken at St. The English Department offers a combined Bachelor of Arts/Master of Arts degree program for exceptional current and incoming English majors. Four additional credits EITHER in English at the 300 or 400 level, or COJO 326 Modern American Rhetoric or COJO 328 Communication of Race, Class, and Gender Students seeking licensure in Communication Arts and Literature (5-12) must also complete the following courses in Communication Studies: COJO 100, COJO 211, COJO 212, COJO 260, and the EDUC courses listed under Teacher Education for Communication Arts and Literature (5-12)*. *COJO 111, 326, and 328 are not required for licensure, but a student completing COJO 111 and either COJO 326 or 328 together with the COJO courses required for licensure will have also completed a minor in Communication and Journalism upon approval by the COJO department chair.
Students in the program complete graduate-level coursework during the spring semester of their senior year and complete their B. To register for any of these courses without the prerequisite of COJO 111, please contact the instructor for permission to register.
Career Outcomes: Eligibility Criteria: Academic The students who’ve completed their 10 2 should apply for the Associate of Arts Degree in Creative Writing at KPU who’re passionate about writing.
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Kwantlen Polytechnic University Campus: British Columbia Duration: 2 years Intake: May *Fee: CAD$19,741.00 per year Go to institute website Description: KPU offers Associate of Arts Degree in Creative Writing through the faculty which has been awarded for their writings.
The class of the size is very small and they train the students to follow a rigorous approach to get trained for disciplined writing.
College of Arts and Sciences, Department of English John Roach Center for the Liberal Arts (JRC) 333, (651) 962-5600Herrera (chair), An, Batt, Bouwman, Callaway, Chowdhury, Craft-Fairchild, Easley, James, Larson, Lawrence, Li, Mac Kenzie, Miller, Muse, Pane, Pawlowski, Sanchez, Santiago, Scheiber, Scheurer, Warren, Wilkinson, Zebuhr Department Web Site: The mission of the University of St.
Thomas English Department is to foster empathy and imagination, critical insight, power of expression, and appreciation for the variety of human experience. The Major in English provides students with broad exposure to literature in historical contexts, within and across national traditions and theoretical frameworks, and in relation to other intellectual and artistic disciplines, along with writing for scholarly and professional purposes in both traditional and digital forms. The Major in English with a Creative Writing Emphasis gives students a foundation of study in literary history and genre along with a sequence of writing courses focused on poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction for both traditional and digital forms. The Major in English with a Professional Writing Emphasis gives students a foundation of study in rhetorical concepts and the ethics, methods, and genres of professional writing.
The course emphasizes recursive reading and writing processes that encourage students to discover, explain, question and clarify ideas.
To this end, students will study a variety of genres as well as terms and concepts helpful to close analysis of those genres.