Writing, Rhetoric & Communication candidates must demonstrate their ability to analyze rhetorical problems while composing effective, well-formulated documents for specified audiences and to create documents using appropriate computer software.
Students must earn a C- or better for courses to count toward the English major degree. English majors are encouraged to take some of their electives in additional English courses.
ENL 260 is prerequisite for 300-level writing courses
Take at least seven (7) Professional Writing courses, five (5) of which must be at the 300 -400 level, including at least one computer-intensive writing course, one theory course and one capstone workshop. Twenty-one (21) credits total: