The concentration in creative writing gives you a chance to unite literary analysis and the writing process, culminating in a creative writing project of your choosing. It is strongly encouraged that students pursuing the track also pursue the creative writing minor.
The requirements are as follows (for LS transfers or Tisch Double Majors, see the next section):
ENGL-UA 101 Introduction to the study of Literature
ENGL-UA 201 Reading as a Writer
Three of the Following Four (in any order):
ENGL-UA 111 Literatures in English I
ENGL-UA 112 Literatures in English II
ENGL-UA 113 Literatures in English III
ENGL-UA 114 Literatures in English IV
One course in Critical Theories and Methods OR British Literature before 1800
ENGL-UA 910 Creative Capstone Project (taken with ENGL-UA 911) - 2 Points
ENGL-UA 911 Creative Capstone Project Colloquium (taken with ENGL-UA 910) - 2 Points
One Senior Seminar
Two other English Electives
Two successive courses in Creative Writing Workshops (CRWRI-UA; Intro and Intermediate)
*If you are pursuing a creative writing minor, your CRWRI-UA courses completed for the minor will count toward the major requirements.