What goes with any major?
The Sweetland Minor in Writing is designed for undergraduate students who are interested in developing their disciplinary and professional writing abilities while pursuing their majors. It gives you the freedom to write about what matters to you while helping you develop as a writer and thinker.
Students currently in the Minor program come from all over the university bringing a wealth of diverse interests to the classroom. You might find a screenwriter sitting between a scientist and a musician or Kinesiology, Business, and Communications majors giving each other feedback on their writing.
With a Sweetland Minor in Writing you will earn a credential that certifies your writing expertise to prospective employers and graduate programs. You will also pick up new media skills designing and creating content for your electronic writing portfolios.
If you are interested in learning more about the Sweetland Minor in Writing from current students and faculty you can attend our informal Minor in Writing Information Session on Friday, February 9th from 4-5:30pm at Sweetland's Peer Writing Center in Angell Hall G219.
Also feel free to browse Minor Gateway and Capstone e-portfolios, the Minor in Writing blog, or read more about the application process and program requirements in the Minor in Writing section of our website.
The application deadline is Monday, March 12th at noon.
A link to the application can be found on our Application Process page.
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