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Creative Writing

Sample Program of Study
ID Title Class Lab Credits
Fall Semester
ENGC102 College Composition I 3 0 3
XXXXxxx Humanities/FineArts/World Language Elective 3 0 3
XXXXxxx Social Science Elective 3 0 3
MTHCxxx Mathematic Elective 4 0 4
SCICxxx Lab Science Elective 3 1 4
Spring Semester
ENGC206 Creative Writing (ENGC102) 3 0 3
ENGC235 Poetry Workshop (ENGC102) 3 0 3
ENGC240orENGC232 American Literature to 1877 (ENGC102) or Reading Short Fiction (ENGC102) 3 0 3
XXXXxxx Social Science Elective 3 0 3
XXXXxxx Humanities/Fine Arts/World Language Elective 4 0 4
Fall Semester
ENGC236 Fiction Writing Workshop (ENGC102) 3 0 3
ENGC231orENGC249 Reading Modern Poetry (ENGC102) or Sarah Josepha Hale Award Writers (ENGC102) 3 0 3
ENGC241 American Literature 1877 to Present (ENGC102) 3 0 3
XXXXxxx Humanities/FineArts/World Language Elective 3 0 3
MTHCxxx Mathematics Elective 4 0 4
Spring Semester
ENGC237 Advanced Poetry Workshop (ENGC102) 3 0 3
ENGC280orENGC200

Nobel Literature Laureates or Grammar for Writing

3 0 3
ENGCxxx Creative Writing Capstone (All ENGC required coursework) 3 0 3
SCICxxx Lab Science Elective 3 1 4
XXXXxxx Social Science Elective 3 0 3

Prerequisite & Co-requisites are listed in parentheses.

*Permission of the Program Director

Associate in Arts Degree

(Day/Evening Program)

For more information on this program, contact Jennifer Militello, 542-7744 ext 5400.

The Associate in Arts Degree with a concentration in Creative Writing provides students intensely interested in writing with a pathway of transfer to four-year Creative Writing institutions while offering them a writing background that allows for a variety of career opportunities in related fields. Students who participate in the program will work to create ambitious, powerful literature and read and respond to challenging texts as an exposure to literary choices and construction. They will join a community of dedicated and serious writers who grapple with the universal questions of meaning through both

shared and solitary exchanges, inquiry

and investigation.

 

Built on a sequence of cohesive courses that stress the relationship between writing and reading, the program design is based upon the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) hallmarks of effective two-year creative writing programs, including a rigorous and diverse curriculum, accomplished faculty, support for students and administrative support. Students will end their degree program with a 3-credit Capstone course culminating in the development of a polished portfolio of writing, one of the key tools in a transfer application.

In addition, students are given the chance to share their writing with the college community through Visions Unlimited, the student literary magazine, and through regular student readings. A Visiting Writer Reading Series brings recognized writers to the school to read and conduct workshops.The college also has a relationship with the Richards Free Library through the Sarah Josepha Hale Award, and with the Meeting House Reading Series in Canaan, NH.