Writing CertificateWrite certificate
Magid Center for Undergraduate Writing | College of Liberal Arts & Sciences | College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Frank N. Magid Center for Undergraduate Writing and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences are pleased to announce that the Certificate in Writing is now available now. Our on-line programme is developed with the aim of targeting those who are unable to take classes on college and allows those who are not looking for a degree to take full benefit of the University of Iowa's amazing writing experience from anywhere in the wide web.
Find out more about the online certificate in written form by following the following link.
Written Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program
The classes in this certificate are available on-line and in the class room. There are 8 classes of at least 16 semesters (240 lessons). If you are an up-and-coming writer who takes your writing profession seriously, the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Writing is for you. Formalise your education, pre-publish your work or use this certificate to write preparation for your studies.
Create a writing environment on a continuous basis, create your writing portfolios and get a reference that shows your engagement. Irrespective of whether you participate in on-line or face-to-face classes, you will join a fellowship of authors who will be sharing your work. If you want to learn what it will take to be released or to achieve a sought-after place in an M.F.A. programme in writing, this adaptable programme can suit your needs and timetable.
After the completion of our writing programme, 94% of the writing alumni interviewed felt better suited to submitting their letters for publishing. 87 % of the writing alumni interviewed felt better qualifying for an M.F.A. qualification after completion of our work. Prerequisite for the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Programme in Writing is a Bachelor's qualification from an affiliated university.
There are 8 classes in the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Writing, each lasting at least 16 semesters (240 hours), comprising 3 compulsory and 5 elective subjects in 2 categories: literary (2 courses) and writing (3 courses). A non-refundable certificate filing charge must be paid by the Candidate. You have to complete all classes for a note.
In order to obtain the certificate, you must have at least 2. An award-winning certificate is given to those who graduate with a GPA of 3.9. The course work must be finished within five years after registration for the certificate. We recommend completing two classes per year to ensure adequate grades in the certificate.
With your application you state your intent to supplement the syllabus. If you want to apply on-line for the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Writing, please follow these two steps: If you are a new enrolment and would like to apply now, please fill in your studentprofil. As soon as you have registered for the certificate, please return a copy of your certificate to:
Approximately $4,800 (excluding course material and enrolment fee). Once your documents have been checked, validated and accepted, your certificate will be sent to you by post. As a rule, the verification of your documents is concluded within six to eight week after requesting the certificate.
Mr. Becker also lectures in the M.F.A. in Writing Program at the University of San Francisco.