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Writing

The Writing Concentration focuses on practicality. Students learn how to identify their audience, pitch stories, edit articles, write for newspapers, write features, and find and use research. Hands-on, technical writing skills are the focus of this concentration.

4-6 Courses, Selected from the Following:   * indicates required classes
* COM 245 Writing for Electronic Media
ENG 111 Topics in Contemporary Writing
ENG 205 Advanced Composition
or ENG 113 Research Writing
ENG 215 Creative Writing: Fiction
or ENG 216 Creative Writing: Poetry
ENG 241 Newswriting
ENG 242 Editing
ENG 311 Technical Writing
ENG 343 Feature Writing
ENG 344 Publishing
* Two Practicum: ENG 221 – Cabinet Newspaper, ENG 223 – Literary Chimes

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Upcoming Events
COMMUNITY
Geneva to participate in Disability Mentoring Day
High school students will come to campus for hands-on programs and job shadowing opportunities.
FACULTY
Professor Richard Talbert joins Communication Department
The new member of Geneva's faculty shares his expertise in integrated media.
ARTS & CULTURE
The Geneva Reading Series continues in 2014
Literary talents will be showcased in McCartney Library on the evening of October 8.
COMMUNITY
Red Cross presents Geneva the College of the Year Award
The campus community was honored for its support of the Red Cross Blood Program.
ATHLETICS
Super Fans bring back GT Victory Bell ring
The tradition was restored in honor of the volleyball win against Chatham.