The graduate Certificate in Teaching Writing is a 20-hour program of study for certified middle school or high school teachers, part-time university writing faculty and lecturers in other disciplines, and M.A. students interested in earning a certificate in writing to enhance their professional teaching careers.
Major topics include theories and methods of teaching writing; understanding linguistic diversity; uses of technology in writing; social aspects of writing development; non-fiction writing; writing assessment; and teacher research. The Certificate requires completion of five graduate courses consisting of one core course and four elective courses.
Graduate credits earned can be applied toward the M.A. in English upon acceptance into the M.A. For further information, please contact Professor Kim Brian Lovejoy (274-2120).