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Writing is an essential tool in any professional pursuit. The ability to communicate powerfully using the written word is a gift that will set you apart from the competition and help you to advance in your career in any industry. Or if you dream of becoming a social media storyteller, an investigative journalist, or a best-selling author, your success will depend on your lifetime commitment to mastering your craft. 

Pairing a writing minor with any major area of study is a decision that will pay off in countless ways, before and after you graduate. It will be an asset in graduate school, a competitive edge in your job search, and a valuable skill that can increase your earning potential. 

Our practical, workshop-style writing program will challenge you to refine your writing skills, ignite your creativity, and inspire you to explore your imagination through a timeless art form.

At a glance

  • Undergraduate minor
  • 18 Credits

Common Majors

  • Communication Arts
  • History
  • Psychology
  • Hospitality Management
  • Sport Management
  • Forensic Science
  • Marketing
  • English

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Career Options

A minor in writing prepares students for advanced study and virtually every career, including:

  • Public Relations
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Scriptwriting
  • Advertising
  • Library Science
  • Business
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Publishing