Writing is a program where the students are taught about the effective way of writing, in which the readers get the message appropriately and to the point. The program is basically teaching the best way of putting a message in texts that the writer wants to convey.
An Accredited Nursing School creates a pathway for the students to enrol in writing programs offered by the Colleges/Universities which are funded by the federal government or the state government.
The National organizations that accredit writing schools and programs are listed below:
Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
Distance Education Accrediting Commission
Higher Learning Commission.
The subjects which are taught to the writing students are both theoretical and practical. Some of the subjects which are taught are Professional Writing, Technical Writing, Journalism, Linguistics, Publication, Digital communication, Advertising and Public Relation.
An Associate's degree in Writing requires two years of study, where the student will learn to analyze different methods of writing and get a clear idea about describing thing through writing.
A Bachelor’s degree in Writing requires 32 to 48 credit points to complete, which depends upon the number of elective chosen by the student.
A Master’s degree in Writing requires 48 credit points to complete, which can be completed in two years duration.
A Doctorate’s degree in Writing requires 85 hours of study to complete.
Normally there are no requirements to get into a program for writing, but a student should be good at writing and have at least 2.0-2.5 GPA in his/her high school diploma.
The skills learned in a writing program is about how one should write about fiction, creative nonfiction, professional communication, digital content, grammar, and editing. Then the student specializes in a preferred area, with a focus on building a writing portfolio, developing practical projects, and engaging with industry and with readers.