The Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing is for students with advanced abilities in the writing of fiction and poetry. The nationally ranked program offers a balance of intimate and intensive writing workshops with courses in literature, form and technique, and related electives.
Effective Fall 2004
|E 513A||Form and Technique in Modern Literature: Fiction||3|
|or E 513B||Form and Technique in Modern Literature: Poetry|
|E 640A||Graduate Writing Workshop: Fiction||12|
|or E 640B||Graduate Writing Workshop: Poetry|
|Additional credits in E 500- or E 600-level courses||6-20|
|One course outside English Department, 300-level or above 1||1-3|
|Additional credits in applied communication arts (optional)||0-12|
|Program Total Credits:||48|
A minimum of 48 credits are required to complete this program.
This requirement may be waived for students whose undergraduate degree is in another major.