The Creative Writing Minor offers art and design students an opportunity to give voice and shape to their creativity through a variety of written expressive forms. The minor provides guidance and support to students in a structured environment to develop their writing, and an exciting way to explore their personal visions through workshops and lectures.
The Creative Writing minor is open to students majoring in Architecture/Landscape/Interiors, Communication Arts, Digital Media or Fine Arts. Fashion Design, Product Design and Toy Design majors are eligible on a case-by-case basis, with approval from their respective Department Chair, and may require course approvals and/or additional credits over 130 to complete.
|LIBS212||Creative Writing Workshop I||3.0|
|LIBS312||Creative Writing Workshop II||3.0|
|LIBS316 -and/or-||Reading Visiting Writers*||6.0|
|WRIT730 -and/or-||Writing Colloquium*|
|LIBS440||Liberal Studies Capstone**||3.0|
*Graduate level courses.
**LIBS440 Capstone should address a Creative Writing topic. Fine Arts majors will take this Creative Writing Capstone in place of LAS Upper Division elective in order to also fulfill the Fine Arts Capstone/Senior Thesis requirement.
Course Descriptions are listed in the Liberal Arts and Sciences and Graduate Writing sections of the Course Catalog.
Download one of the following PDFs to see how the Creative Writing minor fits into your chosen major
For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2013-14 (class of 2017):
Creative Writing Minor Academic Plan 13-14
For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2014-15 (class of 2018):
Creative Writing Minor Academic Plan 14-15
For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2015-16 (class of 2019):
Creative Writing Minor Academic Plan 15-16
For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2016-17 (class of 2020):
Creative Writing Minor Academic Plan 16-17
For students who entered Otis College as Foundation students in 2017-18 (class of 2021):
Creative Writing Minor Academic Plan 17-18