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    Columbia College Chicago
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

 

 

Fiction Writing

   •  55-THES Completion of Graduate Thesis
   •  55-1100 Introduction to Fiction Writing
   •  55-1101 Fiction Writing I
   •  55-1200 CRW: Fiction Writers I
   •  55-1305 Story in Fiction and Film
   •  55-1306 Story in Fiction and Film: International
   •  55-1307J The Radio Narrative - Tell Your Story
   •  55-1330 Tutoring Fiction Writing Skills
   •  55-3088 Internship: Fiction Writing
   •  55-3090 Independent Project: Fiction Writing
   •  55-3300 Writer's Portfolio
   •  55-3301 Writers Reading the Tradition
   •  55-4101 Fiction Writing I
   •  55-4102 Fiction Writing II
   •  55-4104 Prose Forms
   •  55-4105 Advanced Prose Forms
   •  55-4106 Fiction Writing: Advanced
   •  55-4106PR Fiction Writing: Advanced
   •  55-4108 Fiction Seminar
   •  55-4108LDM Fiction Seminar
   •  55-4109 New Plays Workshop
   •  55-4112 Novel Writing
   •  55-4201 CRW: Autobiographical Fiction
   •  55-4202 CRW: First Novels
   •  55-4203 CRW:Fiction Writers & Censorship
   •  55-4204 CRW: Drama and Story
   •  55-4205 CRW: Gender and Difference
   •  55-4206 CRW: The Novel in Stories
   •  55-4207 CRW:19th Century Russian Authors
   •  55-4208 CRW: Contemporary European Masterpiece Authors
   •  55-4208PR CRW: Continental European Writers
   •  55-4209 CRW: Contemporary Russian Authors
   •  55-4210 CRW: Latin-American Writers
   •  55-4211 CRW: American Voices
   •  55-4213 CRW: Fiction Writers as Creative Non-Fiction Writers
   •  55-4215 CRW: Women Writers
   •  55-4216 CRW: Short Story Writers
   •  55-4217 CRW: Novelists
   •  55-4219 CRW: American Latino Writers
   •  55-4220 CRW: Experimental Theatre
   •  55-4221 CRW: Crime and Story
   •  55-4300 Story in Graphic Forms
   •  55-4301 Young Adult Fiction
   •  55-4302 Story and Script: Fiction Techniques for the Media
   •  55-4303 Dreams and Fiction Writing
   •  55-4303PR Dreams and Fiction Writing
   •  55-4304 Dialects and Fiction Writing
   •  55-4305 Suspense Thriller Fiction Writing
   •  55-4306 Writing Popular Fiction
   •  55-4307 Researching and Writing Historical Fiction
   •  55-4308 Freelance Applications of Fiction Writing Training
   •  55-4309 Story to Stage: Adaptation for the Stage
   •  55-4310 Playwriting Workshop II
   •  55-4311 Science Fiction Writing
   •  55-4312 Writing for Children
   •  55-4313 The Writing Body
   •  55-4315 Story and Journal
   •  55-4316 Small Press Publishing
   •  55-4317 College Literary Magazine Publishing
   •  55-4318 Bibliography and Research for Fiction Writers
   •  55-4319 Creative Nonfiction
   •  55-4320 Fiction Writers and Publishing
   •  55-4321 Advanced Science Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  55-4322 Fantasy Writing Workshop
   •  55-4323 Playwriting I
   •  55-4324 Interactive Storytelling
   •  55-4325 Screenwriting Workshop: Coverage of Adapted Screenplays in L.A.
   •  55-4326 Topics in Fiction: Techniques and Business of Adaption in L.A.
   •  55-4327 Adaptation in L.A.
   •  55-4328 Acquiring Intellectual Properties for Adaptation in L.A.
   •  55-4329 Practice Teaching: Outreach
   •  55-4330 Advanced Young Adult Fiction
   •  55-4331 Practice Teaching: Tutor Training
   •  55-4332 Practice Teaching: Classroom
   •  55-4332J Practice Teaching: Advanced Tutor Training - Outreach
   •  55-4333 Playwriting: Advanced
   •  55-4335 Journal and Sketchbook: Ways of Seeing
   •  55-4335LDM Journal & Sketchbook: Ways of Seeing
   •  55-4400 Fiction Writing-Directed Study:
   •  55-4401 CRW: Writers Reading the Tradition
   •  55-4402 Playwriting Process: Outreach and Inreach
   •  55-4403 CRW: Page to Stage
   •  55-4404J Manuscript Preparation for Writers
   •  55-4405 CRW: Writers on the Road
   •  55-4406 CRW: American Stage to Screen
   •  55-4408J Jazz, Blues, Slavery & Voodoo: Reading & Writing New Orleans
   •  55-4409 Study Abroad Prague
   •  55-4410J One-Act Play Festival
   •  55-4412J Topics in Writing Abroad: Rome
   •  55-4500 Topics in FW:Gators, Bayous, Jambalaya and Fais Do-Dos. Fieldwork Among Louisiana Cajuns
   •  55-4501 Topics in Critical Reading and Writing:
   •  55-4501PR Topics in Critical Reading and Writing
   •  55-4502 Topics in Fiction Writing
   •  55-4502J Topics in Fiction Writing:
   •  55-4503 Topics in Playwriting:
   •  55-5101 Fiction Writing I
   •  55-5102 Fiction Writing II
   •  55-5104 Prose Forms
   •  55-5105 Advanced Prose Forms
   •  55-5106 Fiction Writing: Advanced
 

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