This course of study offers a survey of writing and communication classes which provide experience in writing in different contexts:
As a result of these courses, students will acquire a range of research and writing strategies which they can use effectively in future writing situations. Students should graduate with a portfolio of different kinds of writing such as reports, proposals, oral presentation materials, visuals, websites, personal essays, articles, and multimedia productions.
This program prepares students for the kinds of professional writing jobs available in industries such as government, journalism, public relations, advertising, publishing, technology, and the non-profit sector. Additionally, students will have the knowledge and skills to pursue graduate study in professional/technical communication, rhetoric and composition, creative writing, and journalism.