Interdisciplinary Rhetoric and Writing Minor

Interdisciplinary Writing and Rhetoric (IWR) Minor

Information

  • For assistance in planning your Interdisciplinary Rhetoric and Culture Minor, contact Dr. Cori Brewster (cbrewste@eou.edu).
  • Major and minor checksheets and the academic catalog are located on the Academic Degrees and Programs webpage at https://www.eou.edu/academics/.

IWR Minor Requirements

A minimum of 30 graded credits from the following courses is required. At least 15 credits must be upper-division, and at least 10 must be from EOU. A minimum of C- or better is required in each course counting toward the minor, but a cumulative grade of C (2.00) is required for completion of the minor. Double dipping policy: No more than one class used to meet the requirements for another minor or major will be counted toward the minimum 30 credits required for the IWR minor.

Required Courses

  • COM 152: Introduction to Web Design (4)
  • WR 222: Introduction to Rhetoric (3)
  • WR 322: Interdisciplinary Rhetoric (3)

Complete a minimum of 6 hours from the following group

  • WR 220: Methods of Tutoring Writing (3)
  • WR 281: Writing in the Community (3)
  • WR 320: Professional Writing (3)
  • WR 330: Digital Rhetoric (3)
  • WR 351: Professional Editing & Publishing (3)
  • WR 360: Literacy, Discrimination, Power (3)
  • WR 393: Rhetoric and Public Culture (3)

Complete a minimum of 14 additional credits from this group and/or from Group 1 above. Include courses from at least two different disciplines.

  • ANTH 312: Native Peoples of North America (5)
  • ANTH 342: Heritage and Museums (5)
  • ANTH 356: Language & Culture (5)
  • ART 101: Foundations of Visual Literacy (4)
  • ART 205: Art History II (3)
  • ART 206: Art History III (3)
  • ART 227: Graphics (4)
  • ART 321: Digital Design (4)
  • BA 225: Business Communications (4)
  • COM 252: New Media (4)
  • COM 262: Communication Design (4)
  • COM 452: Advanced New Media (4)
  • ENGL 316: Approaches to Grammar (4)
  • HIST 203: Historical Methods (5)
  • HIST 319: U.S. History Through Film (5)
  • HIST 322: The West in Film (5)
  • HIST 345: Environmental History (5)
  • NAT 305: Native American Activism (5)
  • NAT 370: Native American Law (5)
  • POLS 340: Politics and Media (5)
  • PSY 222: Writing in Psychology (3)
  • SOC 344: Selling the News (2)
  • SOC 345: Media, Politics, Propaganda (5)
  • SPAN 323: Language and Culture III (4)
  • SPAN 425: Translation: Theory and Practice (4)
  • WR 230: News Writing (4)
  • WR 241: Introduction to Fiction (3)
  • WR 242: Introduction to Poetry (3)
  • WR 243: Screenwriting Fundamentals (3)
  • WR 248: Writing in the Genres (3)
  • WR 310: Selected Topics (with approval) (Var.)
  • WR 329: Grantwriting (1-3)
  • WR 348: Intermediate Writing in Genres (4)
  • WR 409: Practicum (with approval) (Var.)
  • WR 410: Selected Topics (with approval) (Var.)
  • WR 436: Themes in Writing and Rhetoric (3)
  • WR 493: Writing Theory (3)

Updated 3/1/2016

Share:

Find us on these social networks...

EOU on Instagram RSS Feed for EOU

Eastern Oregon University
One University Boulevard
La Grande, OR
97850-2807
800-452-8639
or 541-962-3672


Copyright © 2016 
Eastern Oregon University