M.F.A. Creative Writing Program
1000 E. University Avenue
The MFA Program encourages students to study more than one genre of writing and to explore links between writing and disciplines such as music, the fine arts, history, journalism, modern languages, and the sciences.
As an outgrowth of its interdisciplinary emphasis, the UW MFA offers students the opportunity to elect specific concentrations.
The American Indian Studies Program offers a graduate minor in American Indian Studies. Gender and Women’s Studies also offers a graduate minor.
An affiliation with the Helga Otto Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources enables MFA students to double major in creative writing and ENR. ENR also has a graduate minor.
Students are also welcome to explore individual course offerings in any department or college on campus.
Contacts for the above programs:
|American Indian Studies||Ross Hall 113||766-6521|
|Environmental and Natural Resources||Bim Kendall House||766-5080|
|Women's Studies||Ross Hall 100||766-2733|