Creative Writing Minor 2015/2016


A minor in Creative Writing provides a unique and valuable opportunity for students to supplement their studio-based Art and Design programs. This additional creative focus facilitates their studio practice and develops their ability to write and present their own work. The Creative Writing minor draws on faculty who are professionals in the field of Creative Writing and are actively engaged in publishing their own creative work.

Required Course:
ENGL 2001 Introduction to Creative Writing
0.5

Take five courses from the following elective courses:
(At least three courses must be taken at the 300 or 400 level, and no more than two courses can be taken from the Literature Courses list).
2.5

Creative Writing Courses
ENGL 3006 Creative Writing: Poetry
ENGL 3007 Creative Writing: Nonfiction  
ENGL 3008 Creative Writing: Short Fiction
 
ENGL 4004 Dub, Spoken Word & Performance Writing  
ENGL 4007 Hybrid & Experimental Writing  

Literature Courses:
(no more than two courses from this list will count towards the minor)
ENGL 2002 Introduction to Literary Criticism
(N.B. Effective 2013/2014, ENGL 2B11 replaces ENGL 2B03)

ENGL 2003 Postcolonial Literature  
ENGL 2004 Studies in British Literature  
ENGL 2005 Writing the World - Introduction to Literature
ENGL 3002 Children's Literature  
ENGL 3003 Science and Technology in Literature  
ENGL 3004 Studies in Canadian Literature  
ENGL 3009 Studies in American Literature  
ENGL 3011 Writings by Artists  
ENGL 4002 Diasporic Literatures  
ENGL 4003 Transmedia Texts  
ENGL 4005 Graphic Novels  
ENGL 4006 Queer Literature  
ENGL 3013 Ways of Telling: Indigenous Literature and Narrative Tradition
(N.B. New code/level formerly ENGL 3B08)
 
Total
3.0