When writing is described as creative writing what does this mean?
Creative writing is generally associated with fictional writing, such as fantasy, science-fiction, drama, and horror. Non-creative writing is generally associated with non-fiction writing, such as essays, reports, and letters. However, do not think that an essay or a letter cannot be creative. The way you write, or how you choose to structure the essay/letter, or even what you choose to reference is all creative.
You should major in English first of all, because you want good spelling, grammar and a wide vocabulary. Do not take Creative Writing. If you do it could result in you not even becoming a creative writer. It would make you lean more to being a creative writing teacher. There are programs in technical writing and professional writing, and that will help you tremendously. For creative writing, it doesn't matter what your major is.
To write a story that you make up out of your head. No. The idea that prose is inferior to verse is laughably old fashioned - and has always been nonsense, just like the attitude that poetry is 'soppy' and sentimental. There is plenty of outstanding creative writing in prose - novels, short stories, literary essays, autobiographies and accounts of travels. The key to creative writing is the use of language, not usually a riotous…
Dr. Shoaib ashraf jatt apni kitab "MAIN OR MERY SHARARTI TAJURBY" men likhty hen k Mere khyal k mutabiq "The difference between creative writing and technical writing is that creative writing deals with writing from your imagination, with no guidlines or rules, while technical writing deals with writing off a basis of rules that must be thoroughly proofread.