The Professional Writing Minor is an interdisciplinary degree in writing and editing for business, science and the arts. Housed within the Department of English, the professional writing minor provides students with knowledge and skills much in demand by employers in government, business, social service, and community organizations. Take courses in Technical Writing and Editing, Policy Writing, Advanced Grammar, and Organizational Communication, among others. 15-credit "options" are also available in Professional Editing or Technical Writing.
This program is offered in English only.
Le tableau qui suit présente uniquement les exigences de l'option. Veuillez consulter les règlements scolaires pour connaître les règles de combinaison de programmes de la Faculté des arts.
|ENG 1320||English Grammar for Professional Writers and Editors 1||3 crédits|
|ENG 2301||The Writing Process||3 crédits|
|9 crédits parmi:||9 crédits|
|Interpersonal Communication 2|
|Organizational Communication 2|
|Introduction to Writing Creative Non-fiction|
|Writing for Digital Media I: Fundamentals of Digital Literacy|
|Introduction to Technical Writing|
|Writing about the Arts|
|Digital Journalism I|
|Documentation et lexicologie|
|Writing Techniques for Translators and Professional Writers I|
|12 crédits parmi:||12 crédits|
|Writing for Digital Media II|
|Communication in the Information Age|
|Editing Documents for Business, Science, and Technology|
|Editing in Arts and Humanities Publishing|
|Policy Writing and Writing for Government|
|Advanced Workshop in Creative Non-fiction|
|Digital Journalism II|
|Writing Techniques for Translators and Professional Writers II|
|Post-Editing and Technical Writing for Translators|
|3 crédits parmi:||3 crédits|
|Book History: Theories and Methods|
|Literature and Visual Culture: Theories and Approaches|
|Narrative Genres: Theories and Approaches|
|Total :||30 crédits|
Students from the School of Translation and Interpretation can substitute TRA 2313 for this requirement.
Can be taken with the permission of the Department of Communication.