Writing with Technology Minor (18 hours)

Minor in Writing with Technology emphasizes intellectual connectivity among texts, data, and technologies and teaches how to transfer skills of critiquing texts to those of critiquing and writing about hypertexts and data in a digital environment. This minor satisfies bachelor's degree requirements of English and other disciplines. Students must complete four required courses in English and two electives with C or above to count toward the minor. No course for the minor should count twice toward a degree plan.

Required Courses (12 hours)

ENGL 3361Word and Digital Technology

ENGL 3362Reading and Writing about Data

ENGL 4373Public Writing with Technology

ENGL 4374Texts, Tech, and Humanities

Electives (6 hours) from the following list:

ENGL 3375Grammar and Professional Editing

ENGL 4371Special Topics in Rhetoric and Writing

ENGL 4372Professional and Technical Writing

COSC 1315Programming Fundamentals for Non-CS Majors

COSC 1337The Object-Oriented Paradigm

COSC 2336Data Structures and Algorithms [TCCN: COSC 2336]

HRD 2330Information Technology and Communications

HRD 4320Job Analysis and Design

MARK 3311Principles of Marketing

MARK 4305Integrated Marketing Communication

MATH 1342Statistics [TCCN: MATH 1342]

MATH 1343Statistics II

MATH 2413Calculus I [TCCN: MATH 2413]

MCOM 2306Media Design and Production

MCOM 2313Introduction to Multimedia Production

MCOM 2340Introduction to Advertising [TCCN: COMM 2327]

MCOM 3311Visual Design

MCOM 3365Digital Photography