Certificate in Professional Communication
A grade of at least 65% in Writing 2111F/G, or a grade of at least 70% in one of Writing 1030F or Writing 1031F/G is required for entrance to the program.
To qualify for the Certificate in Professional Communication, students must achieve an overall average of 70% in these 3.5 courses:
0.5 required course: Writing 4998F/G (or the former Writing 2299F/G).
3.0 Writing courses from: Writing 2202F/G, 2203F/G, 2209F/G, 2210F/G, 2215F/G, 3220F/G, 3221F/G, 3222F/G, 3223F/G (or the former Writing 2205F/G), Writing 3224F/G (or the former Writing 2206F/G), Writing 3225F/G (or the former Writing 2207F/G), Writing 3226F/G (or the former Writing 2212F/G), Writing 3227F/G (or the former Writing 2216F/G), Writing 3228F/G (or the former Writing 2217F/G), Writing 3229F/G (or the former Writing 2221F/G), Writing 3300F/G. Speech 2001 may be counted toward this requirement. In certain instances Special Topics courses in Writing, and a maximum 1.0 approved course from outside the Department of English and Writing Studies may be counted toward this requirement. Students should contact the Undergraduate Program