Writing for Educators
The writing for educators certificate allows educators to master teaching and assessment necessary in guiding students to develop proficiency, fluency, creativity and style in writing. It promotes the graduate students' own development in various facets of effective writing, such as writing for a purpose, for an audience, and as a creative endeavor. Courses focus on various types and styles of writing appropriate in particular contexts, so academic, creative and professional writing are explored in a variety of courses. A Webster University MA in Communication Arts with an Emphasis in Writing is also available.
The 18 credit hours required for the graduate certificate in decision support systems include the following courses which must all be taken at Webster University:
- COMM 5199 Teaching Writing
or COMM 5280 Written Communication (3 hours)
- COMM 5340 Language Arts Seminar (3 hours)
(Choose two of the following writing workshop topics courses for a total of 6 credit hours):
Creating Books for Young Readers
- COMM 5347 Poetry Writing
or COMM 5480 Advanced Composition(3 hours)
- COMM 5520 Communication Seminars (3 hours):
or Writing Across the Curriculum
- COMM 5750 Special Institute Final Writing Project (3 hours)
Students who are interested in applying to this Webster certificate program should see the Admission Section of this catalog for general requirements.
- Receipt of transcripts from the baccalaureate-granting institution.
- Undergraduate cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Send all admission materials to:
Office of Admissions
470 E. Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119
- St. Louis Home Campus