Minor in Screenwriting

About the Screenwriting Minor

The Screenwriting Minor offers a solid foundation for aspiring storytellers by nurturing their creative passion. Through this program, you will develop essential screenwriting skills and learn how to craft engaging narratives that connect with audiences. Under the guidance of knowledgeable industry professionals, you will participate in practical workshops, collaborative projects, and thorough analysis of films to hone their abilities.

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Why Study Screenwriting at CWU?

Screenwriting is a highly creative and expressive art form that allows you to bring your unique ideas, perspectives, and visions to life on the screen.

CWU's Screenwriting Minor encourages you to explore your creativity, take risks, and develop your own storytelling style. Through our small class sizes and individualized support from professors, you will uncover your unique storytelling voice and gain the confidence to bring your visions to life on the screen.

Where is this program offered?

How much does this program cost?

Explore information on Cost, Aid, and Value to make an informed decision about investing in your education at CWU.

Where can I get more information?

Please visit the CWU Academic Catalog for current information about admission requirements, course descriptions, learner outcomes, and credit information.


After CWU, Wildcats Succeed

Julian Smart, 2018 Film and Video Studies graduate, is Multimedia Senior Producer at the University of San Francisco.

Exceptional Faculty

Asad Farooqui, Film Studies lecturer at CWU, screened his 13-minute film, Mabrook, at the world-renowned Palm Springs International Film Festival in June in 2021, and has received praise from critics and adulation from his peers.

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