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ENGL 223 Creative Writing: Nature, Ecology, Climate Change
This course will require students to write fiction, poetry, and personal essays on the topics of Nature, ecology, conservation, and climate change. Students will be required to conduct research in these areas and apply it to their personal views and convictions. Students will conduct individual and collective in-class editing of their submitted written work on a weekly basis. Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or 111/112 or equivalent. Three credits.

ENGL 225 Creative Writing for Young Adults
Students will write stories and/or poetry, in a weekly workshop setting, whose audience is children and young adults, using best-selling books in these categories as models for their work. Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or 111 or equivalent. Three credits. 

ENGL 267 Introductory Creative Writing 
Students are introduced to the techniques of writing creatively in the genres of poetry, short stories, drama, etc. Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or 111/112 or equivalent. Three credits. 

ENGL 322 Intermediate Creative Writing
Students will be expected to choose one genre through which they will continue to explore and develop the basic elements of composition learned in ENGL 231. Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or 111/112 or equivalent; three credits creative writing. Three credits. 

ENGL 422 Advanced Creative Writing 
Explores the techniques of writing prose narrative, poetry, and drama to help students develop their powers of creative expression. Techniques include regular exercises, set assignments, free submissions, parodies, and imitations. Occasional guest writers. Prerequisite: ENGL 100, 111 or equivalent; six credits creative writing. Three credits.