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Graduate Writing Certificate



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Writing Certificate curriculum overview:

Courses in this certificate will enhance theory and practice of writing instruction at all levels, but particularly at the college level. Coursework will address the challenges facing dual enrollment instructors at the middle and high school level and prepare teachers to deliver rigorous and engaging college level material.

Your plan of study:

Once admitted to your Graduate Writing Certificate program , you will work with an advisor to plan the courses you will take and how you will complete the academic requirements of the program. By filing this Program Plan (PDF form), you have a road map for completing your certificate and clarity on what to expect.

 *Students completing an endorsement, certificate, or specialization only are not eligible for federal financial aid.

Courses for the Writing Certificate Program


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