Creative Writing | Idaho State University

Creative Writing Major

The Creative Writing lead centers around a write workshop model. This model includes studies in creative writing, humanities, british and american literature, music genre, and lyric. Students teach logical analysis of prose and non-prose works, grammar use, and build their skills to enhance their own publish and analytic think .
Our professors have published award-winning pieces and appear in home literary journals. Our small class-sizes allow for personal care .
The creative writing major works good when paired with other studies that help our students prepare for the job markets of the twenty-first Century. In summation to pursuing their own creative write, a scholar with this academic degree could go on to a career that involves editing, media and design, professional write, teaching, or could pursue graduate ferment in the humanities .

Degree Requirements

In accession to completing the General Education and other university requirements, creative Writing majors complete 45 credits within English as listed below. For more detail, see the ISU Undergraduate Catalog.

These courses are required :

  • ENGL 2206 – Creative Writing Workshop (3)
  • ENGL 2211 – Introduction to Literary Analysis (3)
  • ENGL 2280 – Grammar and Usage (3) OR ENGL 2281 – Introduction to Language Studies (3)
  • ENGL 3306 – Intermediate Creative Writing Workshop (3)
  • ENGL 3311 – Literary Criticism and Theory (3)
  • ENGL 4406 – Advanced Poetry Workshop (3)
  • ENGL 4408 – Advanced Prose Workshop (3)
  • ENGL 4494 – Senior Seminar in Creative Writing (3)

blue-ribbon TWO of the follow survey courses : ( 6 )

  • ENGL 2267 – Survey of British Literature I Beginnings through 18th Century
  • ENGL 2268 – Survey of British Literature II 19th Century to Present
  • ENGL 2277 – Survey of American Literature I Beginnings to 1860
  • ENGL 2278 – Survey of American Literature II 1860 to Present

choose TWO of the following writing style discipline courses : ( 6 )

  • ENGL 3321 – Genre Studies in Drama
  • ENGL 3322 – Genre Studies in Poetry
  • ENGL 3323 – Genre Studies in Fiction
  • ENGL 3324 – Genre Studies in NonFiction
  • ENGL 3327 – Special Topics in Genre

Select ONE of the surveil period courses : ( 3 )

  • ENGL 4461 – Studies in Classical Literature
  • ENGL 4462 – Studies in Medieval Literature
  • ENGL 4463 – Studies in Renaissance Literature
  • ENGL 4464 – Studies in Seventeenth Century Literature
  • ENGL 4465 – Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature
  • ENGL 4466 – Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature
  • ENGL 4467 – Studies in Late Nineteenth Century Literature
  • ENGL 4468 – Studies in Early Twentieth Century Literature
  • ENGL 4469 – Studies in Contemporary Literature

Select ONE of the trace root, identity, and performance studies courses : ( 3 )

  • ENGL 3305 – Art of the Film II
  • ENGL 3328 – Gender in Literature
  • ENGL 3356 – Ethnicity in Literature
  • ENGL 4453 – American Indian Literature
  • ENGL 4470 – Post-Colonial Literature
  • ENGL 4490 – Topics in Folklore
  • ENGL 4492 – Folklore and Literature

Select ONE of the following advanced writing courses : ( 3 )

  • ENGL 4401 – Advanced Composition
  • ENGL 4404 – Creative Writing: Forms and Craft
  • ENGL 4405 – Creative Writing in the Schools
  • ENGL 4409 – Literary Magazine Production

touch us :
Thomas Klein

Director of English Undergraduate Studies
208-282-2893
Susan Goslee
Associate Professor of English, Creative Writing
208-282–2470
Bethany Schultz Hurst
Associate Professor of English, Creative Writing
208-282–5481

Amanda Christensen
English & Philosophy Administrative Assistant
208-282–2478

 

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