Kutztown University Of Pennsylvania

B.A Professional Writing with Culture and Media Studies

In May 2011, I graduated from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania with a B.A in Professional Writing with Culture and Media Studies. At the time, Culture and Media Studies was recently added to the Kutztown University English program, the concentration focus on both film and media studies. After graduation I learned that I was one of very few students who had successfully completed the new concentration. To find out more about the Professional Writing Major at Kutztown University please click here.

My relevant course work includes: Magazine Writing, Advanced Magazine Writing, Writing for the Workplace, Journalism, Writing for Public Relations, Copy and Line Editing, Information Design, Introduction to Mass Communications, Creative Writing, Scriptwriting for Electronic Media

During my four years at Kutztown I was an active participant on a number of intramural soccer teams, and was a Women’s Club Lacrosse team member for two years.

Core GPA: 3.6 Overall GPA: 3.2
Deans List: Spring 2009, Fall 2010, Spring 2011

More about Kutztown University:

Kutztown, PA
“Kutztown is also conveniently located midway between Reading and Allentown, and is only one and a half hours from Philadelphia and Harrisburg, two hours from New York City and three hours from the Baltimore/Washington area.”
Approximately 10,700 full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students. Most are Pennsylvania residents: 60% women, 40% men.
For more information please visit the official University website.

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