Central has two Writing Minors: Creative Writing, which focuses on poetry, fiction and literary nonfiction, and Writing & Publishing, the only undergraduate publishing program in the state, which includes a course in Publishing that produces a magazine for the English Department, and classes in Writing for Digital Platforms. Students in either track may take classes in the other as electives.
Any Major Can Be a Writing Minor and Most Classes Are Open to All Central Students, Not Just Minors
Students from any Major can be a Writing Minor and most of our 300-level courses are open to any Central student who wants to take a course as an elective. The only requirement is a grade of C- or higher in WRT105 or WRT110. Many other majors, such as Psychological Sciences, History, and Criminology count one of our 300-level WRT courses as an elective under their major.
For more information, please contact our WRT Minor Faculty, Professor Mary Collins (nonfiction) at email@example.com, Professor Jotham Burrello (fiction, publishing, digital, playwriting) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Julien Strong (poetry, fiction) at Julien.email@example.com.