Creative Writing Minor

Creative Writing Minor

Creative Writing Minor

The College of Communication & Creative Arts at Rowan University offers a program of study in creative writing leading to a Minor in Creative Writing. In order to complete for the Minor, students must complete 18 hours of approved course work selected from the following list:

(Prerequisites are in inside brackets.)
WA 07290 Creative Writing I [College Composition I]
WA 07291 Creative Writing II [Creative Writing I]
WA 07309 Writing Children's Stories [30 s.h.]
WA 07391 Writing Fiction [Creative Writing I]
RTF 03393 Film Scenario Writing [75 s.h.]
WA 07395 Writing Poetry [Creative Writing I]
WA 01320 Internship in Writing Arts
JRN 02312 Magazine Article Writing [News Reporting I, Journalistic Writing or Basic PR Writing]
WA 01300 The Writer's Mind [College Comp. II and 45 s.h.]

Under specific conditions, it is also possible for students to take the following graduate classes in creative writing under "senior privilege."

MAWR 02.505 Poetry Workshop [Senior Privilege: See below.]
MAWR 01.558 Fiction Workshop
MAWR 02.505 Writing the Novel
MAWR 02.523 Writing the Memoir
MAWR 02.515 Creative Non-fiction Workshop

Senior Privilege Policy
Seniors at Rowan University who have earned at least 3.0 GPA may request permission from The Graduate School Dean to register for one graduate-level course per semester. The total number of all graduate credits taken shall not exceed 6 semester hours. Students may take a graduate course for application to either an undergraduate or graduate degree but may not apply the course to both. For a student to enroll in a graduate course, recommendations are required from both the student's undergraduate program advisor and the chairperson of the department(s) in which the graduate course(s) is housed. Furthermore, final approval of exceptions to this policy must be obtained from the Dean of The Graduate School.

Here is the advising sheet for the Creative Writing Minor, and for the Certificate of Undergraduate Study in Creative Writing.

Avant
Twice a year, the undergraduate literary magazine, Avant, publishes poems, stories, creative nonfiction, photography, and artwork. Students may submit their work to Room 220A of the Mark M. Chamberlain Student Center. Email: avantzine@gmail.com

Faculty in Creative Writing

Megan Atwood

Ron Block

Lisa Jahn-Clough

Joe McGee

Ed Briant

Keri Mikulski

Julia Chang