Prerequisites: 75 credits, Approval of Writing Arts Dept. Advisor, and minimum 2.5 GPA
Students apply the theories and methodology learned in Writing Arts courses to a research mentorship with a member of the department faculty. Students keep a detailed log of working hours, prepare a portfolio representative of their practicum experience, write an analytical critique of the practicum, and are evaluated by their faculty mentor as well as the practicum supervisor. May be taken concurrently with Research Practicum II (WA 01312) and/or Research Practicum III (WA 01313).
The official Rowan catalog entry for Research Practicum I can be found here.
More on RESEARCH PRACTICUM:
If a student is interested in doing an independent research project, he or she may do so with the permission of a Writing Arts Department advisor. A student is also allowed to assist in a Writing Arts faculty member's research project.
Examples of blogs for How Writers Read, which were created by Reading Group Leaders enrolled in Research Practicum II for Fall 2017:
Prerequisites: Instructor Approval
Under professional supervision in the field, students practice theories and skills learned in the classroom. Students keep a detailed log of working hours, prepare an extensive portfolio, write an analytical critique of the practicum, and are evaluated by their faculty supervisor.
WA 01320 (3.00-6.00 Credit Hours)
The official Rowan catalog entry for this Internship in Writing Arts can be found here.
WA 01311 (1.00-3.00 Credit Hours)
Local internships Writing Arts students have done, or organizations which have expressed open internship positions: