• Writing-Intensive Courses

    Because writing skills develop best through repeated, guided practice over time, Hamline students complete at least one writing-intensive course each academic year, with at least one writing-intensive course in the student’s chosen major.

    The following is a sample list of Writing-Intensive courses:

    • Anthropology 3460: From Development to Globalization
    • Art History 3980: American Art from 1800 to the Gilded Age
    • Biology 5450: Current Problems in Biology -- Cancer Causes & Treatments
    • Chemistry 5960: Research Techniques
    • Criminal Justice & Forensic Sciences 5660: Capstone and Internship in Criminal Justice
    • Communication Studies 3635: Essentials of Public Relations
    • Economics 3720: International Economic Development
    • Education 3150: Schools and Society
    • English 3370: Topics in Professional Writing -- Writing for Non-Profits
    • French 3600: Introduction to French Literary Analysis
    • German 5600: Student/Faculty Collaborative Research
    • Global Studies 1920: Introduction to Global Studies II
    • History 5950: Senior Seminar -- Environmental History
    • Legal Studies 5800: Senior Seminar -- Domestic Violence and the Law
    • Management 5860: Strategic Management 
    • Mathematics 5950: Topics in Advanced Mathematics
    • Music 3330: Topics in Classical and Romantic Music
    • Physical Education, Athletic Training, Exercise & Sports Science 5640: Physiology of Exercise
    • Philosophy 1120: General Philosophy
    • Physics 5920: Research Project-Based Advanced Laboratory
    • Political Science 3590: Government and Politics of Western Europe and the European Union
    • Psychology 3440: Developmental Psychology -- Advanced Child Development
    • Religion 3220: The Gospels
    • Sociology 3950: Critical Social Theory
    • Spanish 5900: Advanced Conversation and Composition
    • Theater 3120: Analyzing the Dramatic Text
    • Writing (BFA program) 3000: Creating Across Genres
    • Women’s Studies 5900: Senior Seminar

  • News

    Safety and Security has partnered with Twin Cities Hardware (TCH) to begin the campus re-key project. The project will begin on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.

    Hamline University is thrilled to announce it has received grants from the Joyce Foundation and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's Madison Initiative totaling nearly $500,000. The grants will be used to help fund the Citizens Assemblies (CA) project. Created by Hamline Political Science Professor David Schultz.

    Professor Jenny Keil and Michael C. Brilley were recently elected to the Hamline University Board of Trustees. Brenda Edmondson Heim returns to the board following a year as an emeritus trustee.