The Creative Writing program, which offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, is a thriving community for all writers who are looking to strengthen their craft while building life-long relationships in writing.
The Literature, Media, and Culture program, which offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees, exposes students to provocative questions that spark scholarly engagement and creativity, helping them discuss the social and political impact of literature.
The graduate program in Rhetoric and Composition focuses on rhetorical and social practices and theories of composition, particularly emphasizing the relationships between texts, technologies, language, and literacies.
The undergraduate Editing, Writing, and Media track emphasizes the production, analysis, and interpretation of a wide range of historic, contemporary, academic, and everyday texts.
The 12-hour certificate program in Editing and Publishing provides academic foundations in histories, theories, and practices of publishing and textual production, as well as practical training in professional writing and editing.
History of Text Technologies CERTIFICATE
History of Text Technologies at Florida State University is an interdisciplinary certificate program which combines studies in the history of the book and media cultures.