Program of Study / Professional Writing and Presentation Media Minor


Minor

ENG-358 - Professional Writing (3.00 cr.)

(Prerequisite: ENG 111 (3))

One course in visual principles and practice.  Choose from:

ART-110 - 2D Design Concepts, Color and Composition (3.00 cr.)

ENG-250 - Text and Image (3.00 cr.)

CS-156 - Web Site Design & Management (3.00 cr.)

Writing electives (6 credits)  Choose from the following:

COM-360 - Writing for the Media (3.00 cr.)

ENG-220 - Creative Nonfiction (3.00 cr.)

ENG-231 - Introduction to Creative Writing (3.00 cr.)

ENG-235 - Writing Poetry (3.00 cr.)

ENG-236 - Writing Fiction (3.00 cr.)

ENG-245 - Introduction to Journalism (3.00 cr.)

ENG-247 - Publishing and Editing (3.00 cr.)

ENG-361 - Topics in Professional Writing (3.00 cr.)

THE-370 - Playwriting (3.00 cr.)

General electives (6 credits)  Choose from Writing electives above and/or the following:

ART-130 - Photography I (3.00 cr.)

ART-230 - Photography II (3.00 cr.)

ART-242 - Graphic Design and Typography (3.00 cr.)

(Prerequisites ART 110, ART 180 or ART 192)

BUS-360 - Principles of Marketing (3.00 cr.)

BUS-466 - Sales Management (3.00 cr.)

(Prerequisites BUS 300, BUS 360)

BUS-467 - Advertising and Sales Promotion (3.00 cr.)

(Prerequisites BUS 300, BUS 360)

BUS-468 - Marketing Management and Planning (3.00 cr.)

(Prerequisites BUS 300, BUS 360)

CS-120 - Spreadsheets (1.00 cr.)

CS-140 - Databases (1.00 cr.)

COM-225 - Public Speaking (3.00 cr.)

COM-350 - Business and Professional Communication (3.00 cr.)

COM-400 - Special Topics in Communication (3.00 cr.)

ENG-230 - Writing for Campus Publications (1 - 2.00 cr.)

ENG 930 Internship

Technology proficiency: Students must submit a portfolio that demonstrates competency in two technology areas.  These areas may include databases, spreadsheets, web design, page layout or graphic design (using QuarkXPress or InDesign), or visual editing/design (using Photoshop). Internships of one to four credit hours are encouraged.

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