Rhetoric and Professional Writing Minor

The 15-credit undergraduate minor in Rhetoric and Professional Writing supports students in developing expertise in the use of rhetorical concepts and practical skills in composing across various media, in various genres, and for various audiences. Employers and graduate school admissions boards continue to list the ability to write well as one of the most sought-after skills of new recruits, and the minor in Rhetoric and Professional Writing provides students a credential that demonstrates this ability.

Please complete any five of the below classes:

ENGL 1832Business Writing3
ENGL 1835Technical Writing3
ENGL 1839Grant and Proposal Writing3
ENGL 1850Professional Presentations: Writing and Delivery3
ENGL 2001Rhetorics that Matter: Personal, Public, Political3
ENGL 2310Rhetorics of Resistance3
ENGL 2380Journalism Editing and Design3
ENGL 2230Teaching and Learning Grammar3
ENGL 2290Writing and Responding3
ENGL 3201Persuasive Writing3
ENGL 3236Issues in Professional Writing3
ENGL 3237Multimedia Writing3
ENGL 3310Queer Rhetorics and Theories3