Creative Writing (MFA) | Graduate School | Oregon State University
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Hybrid Creative Writing Graduate Programs offer a little taste of both above programs. Depending on your personal schedule, you could choose to pursue one style of learning at any given time. For instance, you could take online courses while working. Or, take on campus courses in between jobs. This might be great for current freelance writers because of their constantly changing work schedule. Depending on your future responsibilities, you could plan your semesters accordingly.
Creative Writing Graduate Programs & Creative Writing Degrees
Looking for a way to elevate your writing? You may find inspiration in Creative Writing Graduate Programs. What next? You could start by browsing the list of potential programs on this page. Or, you could narrow your search by selecting your preferred degree program and learning format from the menus on this page. Then click on any of the sponsored Graduate Creative Writing Programs to learn more and contact schools directly. Now you're one step closer to your Graduate Degree in Creative Writing!
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We are extremely proud of our graduate students, the lifeblood of our program. No creative writing program in the country has been included more often in Harcourt's Recent graduates have published books with Hyperion, Norton, Viking, MacAdam/Cage, Penguin, Henry Holt, Simon & Schuster, Copper Canyon, Houghton Mifflin, and several university presses. Our students have published in and many other distinguished magazines, as well as read on NPR's Our poets have gone on to capture major national poetry prizes resulting in book publication, including the Prairie Schooner Book Prize, the Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry, and The Brittingham Poetry Prize.Though officially founded in 1978 by professor and poet Ron Wallace, the Program in Creative Writing has existed for almost as long as the Department of English itself; in these pre-formative years, our students included such distinguished writers as Eudora Welty, Delmore Schwartz, Saul Bellow, Jean Toomer, Lorraine Hansberry, Joyce Carol Oates, Carl Djerassi, Peter Straub, Ed Ochester, Anne Lauterbach, and Wallace Stegner. Since that time, the Program continued its history of excellence, growing to become one of the most highly regarded in the country. Our MFA is top-ranked, nearly all of our post-graduate fellows go on to publish award-winning first books (more than 90 total since the fellowships' inception), and our undergraduates are not only widely published but consistently have been accepted to the most competitive creative writing graduate programs in the US.