Writing Programs

Whether you’re looking for a creative writing program that leads to an associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree at a US or international school, and whether you want a residency or low-residency program, here you’ll find easily searchable listings of our selection of the most worthwhile programs. The listings include links to author bios and works by each program’s graduates and by current and former faculty members who are published in Narrative.


Format: 12/13/2019
Format: 12/13/2019
Fairfield University

Fairfield University

MFA, BA
FAIRFIELD, CT
As a student in our program, you can pursue the study of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, or screenwriting. Within these genres you can pursue concentrations in publishing/editing, spiritual writing, or literary health and healing.
Narrative Author Graduates: Michael DiCocco
Fairleigh Dickinson University

Fairleigh Dickinson University

MFA, BA
MADDISON, NJ
The MFA in Creative Writing is a low-residency program in which students work closely with published authors who serve as their mentors and teachers. The program is arranged into modules and residencies.
Narrative Author Faculty: Chloé Yelena Miller
Florida International University

Florida International University

MFA, BA
MIAMI, FL
The Creative Writing Program at FIU is a forty-eight-credit-hour academic curriculum leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree. It includes a minimum of eighteen credit hours of writing workshop, 15 credit hours of literature, three credit hours of Form and Theory, and six credit hours of thesis.

Florida State University

Florida State University

MFA, PHD
TALLAHASSEE, FL
The Creative Writing Program is now affiliated with FSU’s top-ranked schools of Film and Theatre. Our faculty includes winners of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, as well as professors who are not only dedicated to the craft of writing but who are also widely known as teachers of the craft.
Foothill College

Foothill College

BA
LOS ALTOS HILLS, CA
An Associate of Arts in English (AA) prepares students for careers in law, teaching, journalism, communication, or business administration. Most careers require strong skills in writing and reading. An English degree provides students with these skills, along with a breadth of cultural and historical know through the study of inspiring literature.
Narrative Author Faculty: Millicent Dillon