Graphic Narrative Certificate

Graphic Narrative

This certificate will provide students an understanding of the craft and literature of graphic narrative, also known as sequential art, comics, and cartooning. This area of study builds students’ skills in creative writing, drawing techniques and materials, and knowledge of graphic narrative literature, history, and critical/theoretical approaches. This certificate benefits students with a variety of professional interests, including but not limited to creative writing, literature and scholarship, publication and editing, illustration, animation, film-making, and/or English education. Students will take courses both in the Department of English and the Department of Art and Design to complete this certificate.

Program requirements (12 hours)

  1. ENG 216(3), 316(3), 323(3); DES 220(3).
  2. All candidates must satisfy the General University Certificate Requirements.