Starting in Fall 2013, the English Department will be offering a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, one of only 30 BFAs in Creative Writing nationwide. With three concentrations to choose from (fiction, poetry, nonfiction), the BFA is structured to give students ample opportunity to learn to write and think creatively while also developing vocational writing skills, skills that are desperately needed in the workplace. Students, while undertaking an intensive course of study in their genre, would also take courses such as Digital Writing and Professional And Technical Writing. All students pursuing a BFA are strongly advising to complete on-site workplace internships in writing-intensive environments, and would finish the degree with a submission of a portfolio of work as part of a final-semester capstone course, with final approval from the faculty.
For more information about the BFA in Creative Writing, please contact Laura Ellen Scott (email@example.com, AIM: MASONENGLADVISE, Twitter: @BFAWritingGMU).