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Our MFA program focuses on the actual?practice of writing as well as its literary underpinnings. You are exposed to writing as an art form and as a professional pursuit. We know your goal is to publish, to bring your work to an?audience and the marketplace.
Workshop Experience in Multiple Genres
We believe the MFA program is a chance for you to explore aspects of writing and literature that interest you. Although you will concentrate and complete your thesis in one literary genre (fiction, nonfiction, or poetry), you may elect to take workshops that cover topics such as how to write poetry, fiction, memoir, and short story.?Workshops serve as the core of our program. To complement the workshop experience, you will take Literature?courses and an array of electives. ?
You will conclude the MFA program by producing a thesis of professional quality in a single genre:
- a novel or novel excerpt
- a nonfiction book or excerpt
- a collection of poems, short stories, or essays
The thesis often forms the basis for future published work. Selected books by our MFA alumni ?
Focus in Translation
Translation / Global Engagement Focus (8 Credits)
Approval of the GPD is required to do this focus.
Within this focus, apart from fulfilling their workshop requirements, students in the MFA in Creative Writing program can fulfill their elective requirements by taking two classes from the following options: a class offered at the Emerson campus, such as the Translation Seminar or the Translating Cultures course (both listed under the Topics LI 615 number); a course from one of the Global Pathways Programs; or a directed study. Students will complete a required translation project as part of this focus; they can do so as part of the work in one of the classes and options listed above.
Teaching College Composition?
Each year, a selected number of MFA?and MA students learn to teach writing?at the undergraduate level. Teaching?College Composition is a 4-credit,?one-semester course that prepares?students to teach at Emerson during?their master’s program and then at?other institutions after graduation.
Although taking the course does not?guarantee a part-time teaching position?at Emerson, students who have?completed the course are interviewed?by faculty and are often offered?appointments. Many students find that?this foundation in teaching is a valuable?tool in pursuing jobs after graduation.?