The bachelor of arts in writing degree program offers students an opportunity to combine the study and practice of the craft of writing with the study of literature, theater, television and communication arts. The writing degree program allows for the development of skills in creative writing, journalistic writing, literacy writing, and/or professional writing.
Writing is perhaps the single most important skill students can develop, and the writing minor gives interested students a wide degree of flexibility in designing a program that increases that skill. The minor allows for the development of skills in creative writing, journalistic writing, and/or professional writing of various kinds.
The interdisciplinary minor in Film Studies is a flexible program that incorporates courses in the history, culture, theory, and producution of film, and makes connections between film and literature as narrative art forms. The Film Studies Minor also gives students experience in developing their critical and creative writing skills in courses devoted to film criticism and screenwriting
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