Minor in Creative Writing
In this minor, students hone their writing skills in classes focused on fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. They also take literature classes to engage with the literary traditions they are joining.
In this minor, students customize the hours they take, drawing from the full array of department course offerings (beyond the 100-/200-level Liberal Studies courses) .
In this minor, students study film in its cultural contexts, historical tradition, and current moment.
Students pursuing a minor in U.S. Latinx Studies will learn about and engage with issues of diversity, inclusion, and global awareness as these relate to the histories, social issues, and cultural production of Latinx peoples.
In this concentration, students explore literature from both critical and creative perspectives in their cultural contexts.
In this concentration, students sharpen their writing skills and learn to engage with new technologies and writing strategies for the business world.
The Minor in TESOL prepares students to teach English as a Second Language both nationally and internationally. For students receiving initial licensure in Elementary, Middle Grades, or High School, it may be used as a basis for recommendation for Add-On ESL licensure.