Coordinator: Tim Bass, Department of Creative Writing
The interdisciplinary minor in Coastal and Environmental Writing provides students the opportunity to develop skills in environmental writing that is informed by the study of relevant science and literature. The curriculum is designed to reflect the interdisciplinary nature of this writing specialty through coursework from several departments, allowing students to master the fundamentals by using traditional classroom courses and applied learning. 21 credit hours: 15 hours in core courses, including 3 hours of internship; and 6 hours in electives from two broad areas of study. At least 3 of te 6 elective hours must be taken in courses at the 300-400 level.
Requirements for the Minor in Coastal and Environmental Writing
21 hours - 15 hours in core courses, 6 hours in electives
Core Courses for the Coastal and Environmental Writing Minor: 15 hours