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- Applicants are required to have graduated from high school at a standard that satisfies the institution that they have a strong likelihood of being able to complete the program of study.
- Applicants still in high school must provide evidence from high school transcripts and / or report cards that suggest a likelihood to graduate from high school; conditional acceptance is granted pending the completion of the applicant’s senior high school year.
- Applicants are also required to submit with their application a sample of original creative writing (any form of creative writing) of approximately 1,000 words.
45 credits minimum from the creative writing major
- Academic communication
- Imagination and storytelling
- Introduction to creative writing
- Writing prose
- Writing poetry
- Close reading
- Dramatic writing 1
- Graphic novels
- Elective writing project
- Technique: the craft of creative writing
- Writing for new media
- Literary modernism
- Writing for video games
- Writing for screen
- Dramatic writing 2
- The publishing industry
- Workshop seminar
- Creative writing project 1 (15 credits)
- Creative writing project 2 (15 credits)
30 credits minimum of general education classes
- The 200-level creative writing and liberal arts classes above are all rated as general education courses and may be counted towards the general education requirement.
45 credits of free electives
- The remaining classes to achieve the required total of 120 credits may be freely chosen by the student, with the proviso that prerequisite stipulations are followed.
- The student may select as free electives more than the minimum 45 credits of creative writing major classes.
- The student may select as free electives more than the minimum of 30 credits of general education classes.
- If a student wishes to take a minor, a minimum of 15 credits must be taken in the minor, with at least 9 credits in the upper divisions (300+); these minor credits are taken from the free elective requirement.