A minor in creative writing requires six three- or four-credit courses. In meeting the requirements of this minor, a student may not use more than nine credits that are also used to meet the requirements of any other major or minor. The courses must include:
- Creative writing workshops: three courses chosen from ENGL 201, 202 (or THTR 220), 203, 204, 206, 207, 215, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, and 391, with at least one at the 300-level.
- Literature: two literature courses in English, including one chosen from courses numbered between 222 and 295 and one chosen from ENGL 299 or English courses numbers between 311 and 386.
- One additional course chosen from the above or from ENGL 403, 453 or MRST 286. Students majoring in a discipline without an emphasis in literature are strongly encouraged to choose an elective course from the Literature category (number 2 above). English majors wishing to complete a Creative Writing minor should elect a fourth workshop, a 403 in creative writing, or a creative honors thesis in English.
- Participation in a capstone public reading in winter or spring of the senior year.