When you minor in Creative Writing, you gain knowledge and skills in writing and speaking, which positions you well for a successful career in any field. You’ll be ready to become a writer, an editor, a publisher or a journalist, or you can lay the groundwork for a career in marketing, public relations, teaching or law.
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What you’ll study: Writing, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, drama, print journalism, grammar.
What you can do: Become a professional writer, a journalist, an editor, a lawyer or a PR specialist.
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Students have interned at:
- Writing from the Margins Literary Institute
- Publishing houses
- Non-profit organizations
- Media outlets
- Public relations agencies
- You’ll lead group discussions and class projects.
- Bloomfield College alumni have won prestigious awards in such areas as poetry.
- You’ll pitch ideas in front of an audience.
- You’ll learn through reading and writing but also through watching films, listening to music and studying the current media.
- Bloomfield College hosts its own three-day program celebrating poetry and the written word..
You could be...
While your major will be your primary focus of study, minors allow you to explore other interests and strengthen your future career prospects. Choosing a minor that complements your major helps in your search for a career. For example, a Business major may minor in Writing, which would signal strong communication skills to future employers, or a Nursing major could minor in Africana Studies or Latin American & Caribbean Studies, which would signal knowledge of these communities to future employers. The combinations are almost endless, so speak to a Humanities professor to see how a Humanities minor can build on your interests and strengthen your career.