- Students should take only one creative writing course per semester.
- Students should take ENG 3300 Applied Grammar and the Studies in Poetry/Fiction/or Drama course as early as possible.
- ENG 3662 Advanced Fiction and ENG 3661 Advanced Poetry may be retaken for credit with a different instructor.
- ENG 4550 Senior Seminar in Creative Writing and ENG 4815 Rivers-Coffey Colloquium may also be retaken for credit.
- IMPORTANT NOTE: You do not have to be a senior or in the creative writing concentration to take 4000-level creative writing courses. You only need to have taken the pre-requisite. If you have any trouble registering, please check with the English Office. If you are a Creative Writing Concentration Senior only, these courses will count for the Capstone requirement in English.
- Be sure to check specific topics, genres, course descriptions, and pre-requisites for all 4550 (Senior Seminar in Creative Writing ) and 4815 Rivers-Coffey Colloquium before registering. Many have specific pre-requisites that cannot be entered into the registration system but will be used to determine eligibility for the course.
- Most students take one of the creative writing capstone options. However, if you are a Creative Writing Concentration Senior, you may take ANY English literature Capstone to meet the Capstone requirement--you will just need a memo from Dr. Wahpeconiah to have it count as your Capstone.
- Check the Summer School schedule for possible summer creative writing concentration options.
- Please note that Literary Journalism is taught only in Fall semesters. Studies in Short Story and Studies in Poetry are offered only in Fall; Studies in Drama is offered only in Spring semester.
Submitted by oakesrl1 on Thu, 10/19/2017 - 1:10pm