New Northwestern University Creative Writing MFA

June 19, 2008

Northwestern University creative writing MFA program is a new addition to the already master of arts that its school of continuing studies offers.

Potential students interested in creative writing have another place to hone their craft. The university, located in the Chicago area, now offers two graduate degrees for creative writing: an MA in creative writing and a MFA in creative writing. The part-time program nurtures students in a community of writers, with specializations in fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction.

Both degrees qualify students for entry-level teaching in college-level writing programs where students can intern and receive hands-on teaching experience. For college students interested in other areas, the program also offers optional internships in other publishing areas. Applicants are considered four times throughout the year.


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