Rhetoric and Professional Communication - Undergraduate Minor

Students not earning a bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in Rhetoric, Digital Media, and Professional Communication are eligible to pursue a minor in Rhetoric and Professional Communication. Students must earn 18 credits from the approved course lists below. Students may request approval for other courses clearly related to the minor from the undergraduate advisor in the Department of English. Students earning a BA in English must earn at least 6 credits approved by the Department of English undergraduate advisor beyond those earned for the major in order to earn a minor in Rhetoric and Professional Communication.

Prefix Title Credits
Select one from the following: 13
Introduction to Creative Writing3
The Bible as Literature3
American Literature I3
American Literature II3
History of Argument3
British Literature I3
British Literature II3
Select one from the following:3
Advanced Composition3
Professional & Technical Communication3
Professional and Technical Communication Honors3
Advanced Technical and Professional Communication3
Writing in the Humanities and Social Science3
Select 12 credits from the following:12
Theory and Criticism: Rhetoric and Culture3
Writing for the Web3
Advanced Technical and Professional Communication3
Cultural Identity and Representation Across the Media3
Writing in the Workplace3
Technical Editing3
Advanced Study in Writing3
Proposal Writing3
Approaches to Composition3
Document Design3
Total Credits18

Students may make 1 or 2 of the following substitutions: