Creative Writing | Bachelor's degree | Media & Communications | On Campus | University of Richmond | USA
The study of literature is more than just the critical analysis of written works throughout the centuries"”it is the study of human cultural production and aesthetic experience. Students approaching graduation, in particular, ask 'Why English?' when confronted with the prospect of finding a career. Many students feel they must choose between personal interest and career preparation, between the kind of intellectual interests they would like to pursue and the realities of a tight job market. However, employers recruiting at Richmond say they want graduates who can think and express themselves effectively, who have experience with a variety of intellectual methods and perspectives and who enjoy work that genuinely engages the mind.
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