Teaching of Writing (Graduate Certificate)
Writing certificate programs are a fast and flexible way for undergraduates to boost their resumes and for busy professionals to gain a graduate credential. You may specialize in the teaching of writing. With a focus on real-world applications, this certificate requires 18 credit hours and can sometimes be completed in a year.
Why choose a Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of Writing
The graduate Certificate in Teaching of Writing meets the renewal credit requirement for licensed teachers and provides a credential to teach composition at community colleges. Regardless of your major or your career goal, a writing certificate will give you an edge.
What Will You Learn?
- 18-hour program with flexible electives grounded in theory and practice
- Provides credentials to teach composition at community colleges
- Meets renewal credit requirement for licensed teachers
- Helps teachers across disciplines to upgrade their writing pedagogy
- Advanced coursework in rhetoric, writing, reading, and pedagogical inquiry explores best practices and outcome-based assessment, peer review/response, process/product emphasis, and diversity.
What Will You Do?
Popular Careers for Writers include:
- Proposal Manager
- Communications Manager
- Senior Technical Writer
- Senior Copywriter
- Technical Writer
- Managing Editor
- Web Content Specialist
- Legal Secretary
- Publications Editor
- Paralegal/Legal Assistant
- Web Content Editor
- Secondary School Teacher
- Public Relations (PR) Specialist
- Grant Writer
- Social Media Manager
- Assistant Editor
- Administrative Assistant
- Editorial Assistant