Creative Writing: Required Subjects

CREATIVE WRITING TRACK
Students take two seminar courses and two workshops. The workshop must be in the same genres as the seminars. If possible, the Seminar in a genre should be taken before the workshop in it.
 
Fiction
FA-CW 101.1 FICTION WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO FICTION WRITING
FA-CW 101.2 FICTION WRITING: FICTION WRITING WORKSHOP I
 
Nonfiction
FA-CW 102.1  NONFICTION WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO NONFICTION WRITING
FA-CW 102.2  NONFICTION WRITING: NONFICTION WRITING WORKSHOP I
 
Poetry
FA-CW 103.1  POETRY WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO POETRY WRITING
FA-CW 103.2 POETRY WRITING: POETRY WRITING WORKSHOP I
 
Drama
FA-CW 104.1  DRAMA WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO DRAMA WRITING
FA-CW 104.2 DRAMA WRITING: DRAMA WRITING WORKSHOP I
 
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FA-CW 101.1 FICTION WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO FICTION WRITING
This course is an analytical study and appreciation of fiction with emphasis on the fictionist’s craft. It attempts to survey the genre 2014 Undergraduate Bulletin of Information 143 through the various strains by which it has and can be classified, and more importantly how fictionists create and shape their work.
 
FA-CW 101.2 FICTION WRITING: FICTION WRITING WORKSHOP I
This is a workshop course where original works of students are critically discussed in small and large groups under the guidance of an instructor who is an accomplished fictionist. Topics pertinent to the students’ development as writers will be discussed, specifically why and how they use their chosen form.
 
 
FA-CW 102.1  NONFICTION WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO NONFICTION WRITING
This course is an analytical study and appreciation of creative nonfiction with emphasis on the essayist’s craft. It attempts to survey the genre through the various strains by which it has and can be classified, and more importantly how essayists create and shape their work.
 
FA-CW 102.2  NONFICTION WRITING: NONFICTION WRITING WORKSHOP I
This is a workshop course where original works of students are critically discussed in small and large groups under the guidance of an instructor who is an accomplished essayist. Topics pertinent to the students’ development as writers will be discussed, specifically why and how they use their chosen form.
 
FA-CW 103.2 POETRY WRITING: POETRY WRITING WORKSHOP I
This is a workshop course where original works of students are critically discussed in small and large groups under the guidance of an instructor who is an accomplished poet. Topics pertinent to the students’ development as writers will be discussed, specifically why and how they use their chosen form
 
FA-CW 104.2 DRAMA WRITING: DRAMA WRITING WORKSHOP I
This is a workshop course where original works of students are critically discussed in small and large groups under the guidance of an instructor who is an accomplished playwright. Topics pertinent to the students’ development as writers will be discussed, specifically why and how they use their chosen form.
 
 
 

 
FA-CW 103.1  POETRY WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO POETRY WRITING
This is an analytical study and appreciation of poetry with emphasis on the poet’s craft. It attempts to survey the genre through the various strains by which it has and can be classified, and more importantly how authors create and shape their work.
 
FA-CW 104.1  DRAMA WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO DRAMA WRITING
This is an analytical study and appreciation of drama with emphasis on the playwright’s craft. It attempts to survey the genre through the various strains by which it has and can be classified, and more importantly how authors create and shape their work.