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Informational Writing Minor

Students who wish to add a concentration in writing useful in supporting their work in a professional field should consider minoring in informational writing.

A student majoring in English can add a minor in informational writing only by following the program without duplicating more than three credit hours. Students majoring in writing cannot elect this minor.

Course of Study (19 credits)

Required:
ENG 102 or ENG 113 Academic Writing and Research Process or Researched Writing (3 credits)
ENG 205 Advanced Composition (3 credits)
ENG 242 Editing (3 credits)
ENG 221 Newspaper (1 credit)
Choose three of the following:
ENG 111 Topics in Contemporary Writing (Approved Topic) (3 credits)
ENG 191 Argumentative Writing (3 credits)
ENG 241 Newswriting (3 credits) 
ENG 311 Technical Writing (3 credits) 
ENG 343 Feature Writing (3 credits)
ENG 344 Publishing (3 credits)
ENG 394 Special Topics in Writing (3 credits)
ENG 493 Writing Internship (3 credits)
ENG 495 Independent Study (3 credits)


 

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