Taylor University students can now choose to major in Professional Writing with either a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree.
Graduating in January, I already find myself nostalgic for the professional writing program at Taylor. When I leave, though, I hope to carry with me a remnant of the following traditions.
There are many times during college when you can feel the real world creeping up on you. One of those times is applying for internships. After all, internships have the potential to turn into a job, and you want to be doing something you like that also brings home a paycheck.
One of the unique things about the PWR major is the retreats we organize every spring and fall semester. These retreats are mini writer’s conferences with workshops given by upperclassmen. We also have food, games (including an elevator pitch game), and plenty of laughter and fun. Here’s a taste of what the 2017 retreats looked like.
by Brian Branscum Every year, the Professional Writing Major hosts a themed event where students get a demonstration of what it is like to go