Master of Arts in Writing Program
Students enrolled in the Master of Arts in Writing program at the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences build backgrounds in both professional and creative writing. The program allows students to develop specialized writing skills in areas such as business, technical, and journalistic writing. Students prepare for careers in writing, publishing, and education; to write professionally for magazines, newspapers, and businesses; and to pursue a variety of Ph.D. programs of study.
- M.A. in Writing Program Welcome Message
- Admission Requirements
- M.A. in Writing Curriculum
- Why Pursue an M.A. in Writing?
- Opportunities for Graduate Writing Students
- M.A. in Writing Resources
The Master of Arts in Writing program's diverse range of courses enables students to explore a variety of creative and professional writing genres in small classes with faculty who are writers themselves. Faculty work to provide students with opportunities that go beyond the classroom, as well.
The successful completion of a graduate thesis is required to complete this degree program. Click here to read the college's Graduate Thesis Requirements.
The college's Master of Arts in Writing program is offered during the evening on NSU's main campus.
Click on the links below to learn more about each faculty member.
- Allison Brimmer, Ph.D.
- Shanti Bruce, Ph.D.
- Kelly Concannon Mannise, Ph.D.
- Kevin Dvorak, Ph.D.
- Christine Jackson, Ph.D.
- Juliette Kitchens, Ph.D.
- Claire Lutkewitte, Ph.D.
- Eric Mason, Ph.D.
- Ben Mulvey, Ph.D.
- Andrea Shaw, M.F.A., Ph.D.
- Ed Stieve, Ph.D.
- Star Vanguri, Ph.D.
- Kathleen Waites, Ph.D.
- Lynn Ellen Wolf, Ph.D.
For More Information
Writing Program Information: Shanti Bruce, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Coordinator of Writing Program
Admissions Information: Isabelle De Castro, M.B.A.
Graduate Program Enrollment Coordinator