|Core Course Requirements (16 credits)|
|Creative Writing Foundation||ENG 201||Introduction to Creative Writing||3|
|Area One: Publication Practices
Choose 1 course from the following:
|ENG 202 or||Creative Writing II||3|
|ENG 203||Self-Publishing Workshop|
|Area Two: Writing Workshops
Choose 2 courses from the following:
|ENG 200 or||Book Writing Workshop||6|
|ENG 206 or||Fiction Writing|
|ENG 207 or||Poetry Writing|
|ENG 208 or||Writing for Stage and Screen|
|ENG 209 or||Writing Creative Nonfiction|
|ENG 210 or||Writing Science Fiction, Fantasy and Surrealism|
|ENG 250 or||Advanced Creative Writing Workshop|
|ENG 299||Topics in Creative Writing|
|Area Three: Publication Practices||Any LIT||Any Literature Course||3|
|Creative Writing Capstone||ENG 298||Creative Writing Portfolio||1|
|Total Required Hours: 16 credits|
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Creative Writing C.S.
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Creative Writing C.S.
Total Credit Hours: 16 credits
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What Is Creative Writing C.S.?
Earning a Certificate of Specialization in creative writing provides students the opportunity to hone their skills and abilities in a variety of forms of creative writing, as well as the practices of publishing writing.
Employment of writers and authors is projected to grow 8 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Strong competition is expected for full-time jobs because many people are attracted to this occupation.
In the state of Missouri, the median annual wage for writers and authors is $61,240.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, earnings increase significantly as a worker’s degree of education rises.