Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

Prose Studio

Students are introduced to the basic elements of prose fiction and nonfiction. This includes the development of narrative, the effect of point of view, the creation of convincing dialogue or effective use of quotation, and the control of tone and theme. The course is conducted as a studio, placing emphasis on writing in and out of class. Students comment on one another's work. In addition students read contemporary and classic prose, particularly short stories and essays.
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Associated Degrees