Why do I get writer’s block?
Can I use Spanish or Tagalog in academic writing?
How have social justice movements used social media writing to create change?
Who decides what makes someone a good writer?
What makes a convincing grant application in the sciences?
How do written language, sound, and image work together to persuade audiences?
Let’s explore possible answers, together.
A minor in Writing Studies will give you the expertise to communicate in a wide range of careers, including research, journalism, health care, business, nonprofit work, education, and the sciences. This minor is a perfect fit for students who want to translate ambitious ideas onto the page, or who want to explore how written language impacts others.
The Writing Studies minor provides engaging and practical courses that will give you space to explore how writers communicate effectively with their audiences. For students interested in research, a Writing Studies minor can also prepare you to study written language, collect data about how others write, and come to new knowledge. You will have supportive and dedicated professors eager to support your learning process with classes that are designed to center discussion, exploration, collaboration, and discovery.