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Northern Michigan University

MFA in Creative Writing
NMU, located on the Lake Superior shore of Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula, offers a three-year MFA degree in fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction, as well as a two-year MA in writing, literature, pedagogy, or theater. Teaching assistantships are available, as well as travel opportunities, field writing residencies in the beautiful Upper Peninsula wilderness, grants, and internships with Passages North.

Oklahoma State University

Our graduate program holds the distinction of being the oldest PhD in creative writing in the nation as well as one of the few that supports study in creative nonfiction beside poetry and fiction. Our aesthetic interests are eclectic too, and we emphasize working closely with students on theses and dissertations. Class sizes are small, and students are encouraged to study outside their genre as well as in other departmental programs, including literature, screen studies, TESOL, and composition/rhetoric. Affordable housing, friendly community, a uniquely supportive artistic experience!

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Roosevelt University College of Arts and Sciences

Prepare for your life as a writer in Chicago’s thriving literary community through Roosevelt University’s close-knit community of writers. Our Master’s in Creative Writing (MFA) program allows students the time and attention to develop their craft and challenge their artistic boundaries. Our graduates have gone on to become authors, and worked in the education, publishing, journalism, marketing, advertising, and arts administration fields.

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