Bay Path is home to the American Women's College, traditional undergraduate degrees for women, graduate degrees for men and women, and the opportunity-rich Strategic Alliances program.
Bay Path has a creative writing masters online, a degree program that focuses on creative nonfiction, in particular; this MFA can be completed entirely online, requiring no campus residencies.
WCSU's online masters in creative writing is a low-residency model, requires two brief residencies in August and January.
The creative and professional writing degree is geared toward career-driven writers of many kinds; students complete coursework, workshops, seminars, and an internship related to respective career goals.
Whether you dream of publishing poetry, writing a screenplay, or becoming the next big name in science nonfiction, writers can flourish in any number of genres.
One way budding writers enhance their talents is by earning an online master's in creative writing; these programs can be a life-changing opportunity for future writers in the field.
Consistently ranked one of the top schools in the nation, Arizona State University is recognized for its many offerings.
ASU's online master's in English is the college's most popular program; this degree is led by award-winning faculty, among them three Nobel laureates, a Pulitzer prize winner, and a Mac Arthur Fellow.
EKU's creative writing master's has genre emphases in literary fiction, popular/genre fiction, creative nonfiction, or poetry.
EKU'S MFA is considered a terminal track, making graduates eligible to teach college-level English.