Writing & Publishing

Students eager for a more applied approach to writing and editing can take the three-course required sequence of digital platforms, publishing and nonfiction, but also select from a broad range of electives, including poetry, fiction and playwriting.

- Kathryn Fitzpatrick, Minor in Writing & Publishing

The program is completely immersive and hands-on, and if you're ready to work, the faculty will push you to work even harder.

- Kathryn Fitzpatrick, Minor in Writing & Publishing

If you are not sure which program is best for you, please contact the Writing Minors Program Coordinator, Professor Mary Collins at collinsmae@ccsu.edu. Most of these classes have few prerequisites beyond WRT105/110 (grade C- or higher) and meet either a core requirement for a minor or count as an elective. Many majors besides English have started counting some of the 300-level writing courses as electives so check with your advisor to find out more! No one should graduate from CCSU without taking a 300-level writing course from our award-winning faculty!


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