Winthrop University: Graduate Certificate - Digital Rhetoric and Writing
Contact Information
Graduate School
211 Tillman Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-2204
800/411-7041 (tollfree)
803/323-2292 (fax)
gradschool@winthrop.edu

Graduate Certificate - Digital Rhetoric and Writing

 

The Graduate Certificate in Digital Rhetoric and Writing will allow students the opportunity to gain professional skills in producing content for digital media. Through skill-based learning and hands-on coursework, the curriculum grants students extensive experience and knowledge in composing texts for the twenty-first century workplace. The courses also will provide students with the skills needed to decipher and navigate a variety of current and evolving digital environments and platforms.  

 

Program Director:

Dr. Dustin M. Hoffman

hoffmandm@winthrop.edu 

803/323/2545

 


Click below to learn more about the program!

 

      Time to completion: 1 year

      Total Credits: 12

      Format: Campus-based

        Required Program 

        Semester Hours 

        4 courses from: 

        • WRIT 501 Writing for New Media 

        • WRIT 502 Digital English Studies 

        • WRIT 566 Writing for Sciences and Technologies 

        • WRIT 510 Topics in Writing and Rhetoric (may be repeated if approved by Graduate
          Director)
           

        • WRIT 610 Seminar in Composition, Theory, and Pedagogy 

        12 

         

         

         

         

         

        Total Semester Hours 

        12 

     

     

      Graduate Certificate in Digital Rhetoric and Writing Deadline: No deadline, rolling admission

      Application requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Digital Rhetoric and Writing program include:

      • Complete the online Graduate School application with the non-refundable application fee.

      • Applicants for admission must have completed a baccalaureate degree with an overall GPA of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale or be enrolled as a current Winthrop University graduate student in good standing.

      • Request official transcript(s) from all institutions attended for undergraduate and graduate coursework. Transcripts must be sent directly to Winthrop's Graduate School office from the issuing institution(s). 

      • Personal statement (400-600 words) and address the following prompt:

        • Describe your writing interests and goals.

        • Please draw on experiences and other pertinent background that show us what sets you apart from other candidates and help us understand your interest in the writing certificate program. 


    A minimum of 12 semester hours of WRIT courses must be taken in residence at Winthrop University. Students who completed their baccalaureate degree at Winthrop and took 2 or more of the required 500-level courses will not be eligible to pursue this certificate. 

     

    Visit the graduate course descriptions webpage to view course descriptions.

     


     

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    Last Updated: 7/13/22