Professional Communication - MINOR
The College of Arts & Sciences offers minors that enhance and strengthen the qualifications of graduates. They are intended to give students opportunities to develop expertise in an area that complements their major program. Real-world applications are embedded in the minors.
Having strong communication skills is essential for success in many fields of business and industry. Whether making decisions, analyzing performance, designing user-friendly systems or managing a project, effective communication of business and technical details is needed. This minor focuses on building written and oral communication, use of new media, collaboration and problem-solving skills as part of career education.
|ENG2010||Introduction to Technical Communication||3|
|or ENG2030||Introduction to Newswriting|
|Choose three of the following: *||9|
|Introduction to Technical Communication|
|Introduction to Newswriting|
|Introduction to Creative Writing|
|Advanced Business Communication|
|Introduction to Food Writing|
|Introduction to Travel Writing|
|Introduction to Sports Writing|
|Introduction to Fashion Writing|
|Literary Editing and Publishing|
|Intermediate Nonfiction Writing|
|Drawing for Design|
|Basics of Print Design|
|Writing for Radio, Television and Film|
|Writing for Publication|
|Writing in Digital Media|
|Introduction to Project Management & Project Membership|
|Intermediate Project Management Skills|
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites.
If a minor course is listed as a major course in a student’s major program, the student must choose additional courses from an elective list to complete the minor. Please see the Minors, Specializations and Certificates page for additional information.