Literary Arts and Studies Capstone

Quarters
Spring Open
Location
Olympia
Class Standing
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Steven Hendricks

This intermediate to advanced Literary Arts and Studies program provides students with a forum for intensive practice in creative writing and offers the possibility for the development or completion of Capstone projects in fiction writing and literary scholarship. It is intended for students who have completed entry level and some intermediate study in Literary Arts or Humanities or have other significant college-level experience in creative writing and reading literary texts. Students will get the most out of the program if they have a project in mind or the readiness to develop one quickly.

This program will be a lively forum for sharing work, discussing ideas, building creative practices, and developing  skills and habits of a working writer. Lectures, peer critique, and writing workshops will support students in developing a successful creative practice the is responsive to key concepts and strategies in the field and will prepare them to move toward publication and other professional goals.

Spring Anticipated Credit Equivalencies

8 - Advanced Literary Arts

Registration

This program is designed for students who have completed Literary Arts Foundations or equivalent.

Course Reference Numbers
Sr (8): 30159
Jr (8): 30160
So (8): 30161

Academic Details

literary arts, writing, publishing, scholarship, communications.

8
25
Sophomore
Junior
Senior

Schedule

Spring
2024
Open
Hybrid (S)

See definition of Hybrid, Remote, and In-Person instruction

Day
Schedule Details
SEM 2 C3105 - Workshop
Olympia