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You’ll be amazed at what you can do with a Creative Writing degree from Vermont State University. Work in small classes with award-winning professors who share your passion for the well-turned phrase, the blinding insight, the masterful plot twist. Prepare for a range of careers by learning to think creatively, write wonderfully, and read deeply. You will also spend time reading and writing to develop your own voice and build connections in our creative, collaborative, and supportive community of writers.
Why Study Creative Writing at Vermont State?
- Real-world publishing experience: You’ll graduate with a strong writing portfolio and solid publishing experience. Through internships with our nationally recognized Green Mountains Review literary journal and work on our undergraduate student literary journal, Pamplemousse, you’ll gain real-world publishing skills and experience.
- Become a teacher: Students who earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing are eligible to pursue endorsement for secondary education teacher licensure.
- Thriving literary community: Poets and writers often visit campuses for lectures and readings. We have a thriving literary community — open mic nights, chapbook publishing, and the serious and deep study of our discipline. The internationally known Vermont Studio Center, just minutes from the Johnson Campus, presents a regular reading series for the many resident and visiting writers hosted at the center each year.
- Award-winning faculty: Our creative writing faculty are award-winning in their own right. You’ll get individualized attention from your very first class with writers who have been published and recognized around the country.
Financial Aid for Creative Writing Students
Vermont State University is providing a high-quality, affordable degree in Creative Writing to students across Vermont and beyond. More than 80 percent of Vermont State students are awarded financial aid, including new students, transfer students, international students, out-of-state students, and first-generation students. Our financial aid team is here to help you explore all your options.
Internships in Creative Writing
At Vermont State, you’ll gain leading-edge skills for Creative Writing jobs through internships, co-ops, career coaching, and more. Our internship placements will help you grow your professional network.
- In the creative writing program, you will have on-campus internship access to the Green Mountains Review . This award-winning literary magazine publishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, literary essays, interviews, and book reviews by both well-known writers and promising newcomers. This means that, before you even graduate, you will have your name on the masthead of a journal cited as one of the top literary magazines in New England.
- Pamplemousse , our undergraduate student literary journal, is another outlet for you to gain real-world publishing skills and experience. Students who work on Pamplemousse learn to do everything from writing and editing work for publication, to soliciting submissions and meeting publication deadlines. Pamplemousse publishes high-quality, forward-thinking, innovative, and well-crafted writing in many genres and styles.
John and Olivia McDonough met in the creative writing program. They both went on to earn their M.F.A. degrees in writing and married each other. Their wedding was officiated by one of their professors.
“I was blown away by the number of world-class writers I was exposed to and worked with in the classroom. That stands out as one of the most valuable things for me as I move forward in life as a writer,” John said. “Meeting high-caliber writers…clarified and distilled the work of being a writer. I gained a good understanding of how to cultivate creativity in everyday life,” Olivia said. John and Olivia McDonough ’13
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The English department is proud to offer several opportunities for students to pursue writing. Each semester we offer courses and seminars in creative writing which focus on techniques of writing poetry, short prose fiction, and creative nonfiction. Classes are organzied around the discussion and improvement of student work. Students pursue projects of their own design in small seminar workshops and explore a variety of creative nonfiction sub-genres such as the personal essay, literary memoir, literary journalism, and autobiography.
Students who pursue a degree in writing are equipped with marketable skills in creativity and critical thinking. Studying creative writing will foster valuable communication skills, an expansive imagination, along with editing and research--skills integral to a wide range of professions.
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Eve Alexandra is a lecturer in the English department with areas of expertise in creative writing, poetry, and American literature. She is an accomplished poet who actively publishes across a wide number of journals, including the Harvard Review and The Academy of American Poets. She recently published her first book The Drowned Girl, which received The Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize.
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ENGS 001 - Written Expression First Years and Sophomores only. A foundational composition course featuring a sequence of writing, reading, and information literacy assignments. Students learn to write and revise for different rhetorical situations while increasing their mastery of academic conventions. Some sections designed for specific student audiences.
ENGS 002 - Written Expression: Theme Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors only. Intensive instruction and practice in writing, reading, research, and revision through the exploration of a theme related to the instructor’s expertise.
ENGS 005 - First Year Seminar Students write in a variety of forms, styles, and genres in response to selected texts of literary or cultural significance. Themes, texts, and writing assignments vary by section. Prerequisite: First-Year standing in College of Arts and Sciences.
ENGS 050 - Expository Writing Intermediate course in expository writing (nonfiction that describes, informs, and persuades) emphasizing rhetorical choices for varying audiences and purposes. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
ENGS 051 - Topics in Composition Representative topics include: Forms of Journalism and Writing for the Web. May be repeated for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
ENGS 053 - Intro to Creative Writing Introductory course on techniques of writing poetry, short prose fiction, and creative nonfiction. Classes organized around discussion of student work; weekly writing assignments. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
ENGS 104 - Tutoring Writing This course, for students who will be tutoring at the Writing Center, explores ways of responding to writers one-on-one. Permission required. Pre/co-requisite: Three hours in English courses numbered ENGS 005 - ENGS 096; minimum Sophomore standing.
ENGS 114 - Topics in Writing Topics vary by semester and professor. Representative topics: Writing Literary Criticism; Reading and Writing Autobiography; Literary Journalism. Prerequisites: ENGS 050 or ENGS 053; minimum Sophomore standing. May repeat for credit with different content.
ENGS 117 - Advanced Creative Nonfiction In this workshop for experienced writers, students pursue projects of their own design, in various creative nonfiction sub-genres, including personal essay, literary memoir, and/or literary journalism. May be repeated once for credit. Prerequisites: ENGS 050, ENGS 051, or ENGS 053; minimum Sophomore standing.
ENGS 118 - Advanced Writing: Fiction This upper-level course for fiction writers of proven ability employs a seminar/workshop format, with most classroom time devoted to manuscript discussion. May be repeated once for credit. Prerequisites: ENGS 053; minimum Sophomore standing.
ENGS 119 - Advanced Writing: Poetry This upper-level course for poets of proven ability employs a seminar/workshop format, with most classroom time devoted to manuscript discussion. May be repeated once for credit. Prerequisites: ENGS 053; minimum Sophomore standing.
ENGS 211 - Seminar in Writing Recent topics: "Writing the New Yorker;" "Writing Vermont Life;" "Editing and Publishing." Prerequisites: ENGS 100; ENGS 050 or ENGS 051 or ENGS 053; and one of the following pairs of courses: ENGS 021 and ENGS 022, ENGS 023 and ENGS 024, or ENGS 027 and ENGS 028; Instructor permission for Graduate students.
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Benjamin b. wainwright prize.
In honor of Professor Wainwright, who taught at the University of Vermont from 1925 to 1963, this prize goes to the student who submits the best poem each year.
Douglas A. Pinta Award
Established in the memory of a UVM graduate, this award is presented to a student dedicated to creative writing.
Learn more about Student Awards with the English department.
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The Gist (previously known as Vantage Point) is a literary magazine where art and literature come together. Join their editing team or be a part of their semesterly publications! Learn more about the magazine in the The Gist spotlight or on The Gist on Facebook .
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Join the writers guild, a writing club where students peer-review writing in weekly/bi-weekly meetings. "We are Worldspinners. We are the ones who love to spin story webs. We're creative writers, and we are an SGA approved club who would love to have you join us!" Check out the writer's guild facebook page to learn more.
The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883 is still making waves in the journalistic field after all these years. Learn more about how you can join the newspaper on their the Cynic website or the Cynic on Facebook . Check out The Vermont Cynic Vermont Cynic e-Edition to stay up to date with breaking news!
Minor in Reporting and Documentary Storytelling
In the Center for Research on Vermont's newest minor in Reporting & Documentary Storytelling , students study the practice and theory of telling socially and culturally engaged stories in print journalism and nonfiction writing, video, image, audio, and mixed media formats.
Students who pursue an internship during their college education get real world experience ahead of schedule. If you are a junior or senior, consider an internship to pursue your passion in writing. More information can be found on the Internships in English page or on The College of Arts Sciences Internship Courses.
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Elevate Your Thinking with a B.F.A. Degree in Creative Writing from Northern Vermont University
As a student in our creative writing program at NVU-Johnson, you’ll work with award-winning professors who share your passion for the well-turned phrase, the blinding insight, the masterful plot twist. We teach the craft of fiction, poetry, and prose through literature courses and writing workshops. Our small classes and individualized instruction help you find your voice and fine-tune your craft.
As an aspiring writer, you’ll find yourself in good company. You’ll learn from the poets and writers who visit campus for lectures and readings. The internationally known Vermont Studio Center , just minutes from campus, presents a regular reading series for the many resident and visiting writers hosted there every year.
You’ll graduate from NVU with a strong writing portfolio and solid publishing experience. Through internships with our nationally recognized Green Mountains Review literary journal and work on our undergraduate student literary journal, Pamplemousse , you’ll gain real-world publishing skills and experience.
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2023 Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont
Students have lots of options to chooose from today when trying to decide which college to attend. One of our goals at College Factual is to give you as much information as we can - such as our “Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont” ranking - to help you make that decision.
In 2020-2021, 6,817 people earned their degree in creative writing, making the major the 120th most popular in the United States.
Across Vermont, there were 120 creative writing graduates with average earnings and debt of $0 and $0 respectively.
For this year’s “Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont” ranking, we looked at 4 colleges that offer a degree in creative writing. To top this list, a school must have a successful creative writing program that graduates more students in the field than other colleges that offer the same major.
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When choosing the right school for you, it’s important to arm yourself with all the facts you can. To that end, we’ve created a number of major-specific rankings , including this “Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont” list to help you make the college decision.
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Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont
The following schools top our list of the Best “Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont”.
Top 4 Most Popular Colleges for Creative Writing in Vermont
You’ll be in good company if you decide to attend Vermont College of Fine Arts. It ranked #1 on our 2023 Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont list. VCFA is located in Montpelier, Vermont and, has a small student population. In 2020-2021, this school awarded 88 ’s creative writing degrees to qualified students.
The school has an impressive undergrad student loan default rate. It’s only 1.9%, which is much lower than the national rate of 10.1%. Since the school has a undergrad student-to-faculty ratio of to 1, those pursuing a degree will have more opportunities to interact with their professors.
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Out of the 4 schools in the Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont that were part of this year’s ranking, Goddard College landed the #2 spot on the list. Plainfield, Vermont is the setting for this small institution of higher learning. The private not-for-profit school handed out ’s creative writing degrees to 25 students in 2020-2021.
The undergrad student loan default rate at the school is 3.9%, which is quite low when compared to the national default rate of 10.1%.
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You’ll join some of the best and brightest minds around if you attend Northern Vermont University. The school came in at #3 for the Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont. Located in Johnson, Vermont, this small public school handed out 6 degrees to qualified ’s creative writing students in 2020-2021.
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You’ll be in good company if you decide to attend Bennington College. It ranked #4 on our 2023 Most Well Attended Creative Writing Major in Vermont list. Located in Bennington, Vermont, this small private not-for-profit school awarded 1 diplomas to qualified ’s creative writing students in 2020-2021.
Since the school has a undergrad student-to-faculty ratio of 8 to 1, those pursuing a degree will have more opportunities to interact with their professors. The undergrad student loan default rate at the school is 2.0%, which is quite low when compared to the national default rate of 10.1%.
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The first MFA in the country to focus exclusively on writing for young readers, the Writing for Children & Young Adults program is a diverse and dynamic community of writers.
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- Residency: July 21–29, 2023
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Who is it for?
The program is ideal for those who want to take an active role in shaping their own education in a model that balances rigorous academic critique with nurturing aesthetic support. At VCFA, you’ll develop a strong network of personal and professional connections with fellow students, alumnx, faculty, publishers, agents, and more.
How will your practice develop?
Experience VCFA’s low-residency model
VCFA’s academic calendar is divided into two semesters per year: a summer and winter semester respectively. Each semester begins with a 9-day residency that provides a vibrant whirlwind of workshops, lectures, panels, discussions, and readings. Students, faculty, and visiting writers come together to connect and collaborate.
During residencies, students also choose their faculty advisor and develop a unique, personalized study plan for the coming semester.
In addition to their kidlit community, students are on campus with our five other MFA programs during residency: Film, Graphic Design, Music Composition, Writing, and Visual Art. Each writer will have the opportunity during residency for interdisciplinary study, work, and networking.
Students seeking an international experience may attend the program’s summer residency in England . Highlights include shared lectures and readings with Bath Spa University’s MA in Writing for Young People program, dining at Exeter College’s High Table, and a historical tour of children’s literature at Oxford University.
Upon completion of the two-year program, students will have attended four unique and invigorating residencies that guide their creative work while offering minimal disruption to their professional life and personal schedule.
Mentorship & Individualized Study
Post-residency, students return home to embark on the semester’s faculty-guided independent study project, putting in at least 25 hours a week. Students stay in close contact with their advisors, who review their work monthly and provide individualized feedback.
Our mentorship model provides more individualized feedback on student writing than most traditional classroom programs. Our faculty, students, and alumnx are at the center of a support network providing connections across every aspect of the field, from publishers and agents, to workshop leaders, teachers, and translators.
The MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults program teaches every form written for young audiences, from picture books to middle grade and young adult, and the diversity of faculty expertise reflects this breadth and depth of instruction. A 5:1 student-to-faculty ratio ensures close personal attention to nurture individual skills, talents, and artistic vision.
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In 2018, VCFA established the Katherine Paterson Endowed Chair & Faculty Development Fund to support the WCYA program’s greatest asset: its award-winning faculty.
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Check out Wild Things , the WCYA program’s blog, to hear directly from students , discover our award-winning faculty, and learn why you belong at VCFA.
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Frequently asked questions, can i do this program online.
No, this is not an online program. VCFA’s MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults is a low-residency program. You come to campus for 10 days, twice a year. The rest of the work is done from where you work and live, and work is shared with your advisor through an online platform.
Learn more about our low-residency model .
I have a family/full-time job or both. Can I do this program?
Actually, this program was created for those of us who can’t pull up our lives, move to a campus across the country, and live there for two years. Most of our students are juggling varying responsibilities and are hoping to deepen their craft while meeting their obligations. The low-residency model makes that possible, and the faculty and other students totally understand the struggles. You’ll learn tricks and habits that will help you build the writers’ life you want.
Will this program help me get published?
Again, yes and no. The two years of the program are all about craft. The faculty will want you to stay focused on your writing, not the business. They believe that the best way to get published is to be the strongest writer you can be. But in the last semester of your program you can begin exploring next steps with your faculty. In addition, since students come in at all different points in their career, you will learn much from your fellow students and visiting writers along the way. A degree from VCFA opens doors in the publishing industry because the gatekeepers know the quality of the work that comes from our alumnx.
View some of our students’ work and read more about our alumnx .
How does VCFA’s program differ from similar ones out there?
Founded in 1997, ours was the first academic program dedicated exclusively to writing for children and young adults. We are experts in the model, the style of education, and the field. So many of the finest writers have passed through our doors as students, faculty, and visiting writers that our program is a veritable who’s who of children’s literature. Our location on a hill in beautiful Montpelier, Vermont, is a bonus, as is our fabulous optional summer residency in Oxford and Bath, England. Our faculty comprises award-winning authors who are experts in helping writers deepen their craft while respecting their individual voice.
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Best Creative Writing Colleges & Universities in Vermont
It's a great time to get into Creative Writing and find the best school for your undergraduate Creative Writing degree on our list of the Best Creative Writing Colleges and Universities in Vermont.
4 Year • Bennington , VT
Bennington College is a private not-for-profit university based in Bennington , Vermont . It is an institution with an enrollment of over 225 bachelor’s degree candidates. The admission criteria is somewhat competitive with the acceptance rate of 56 %.
# 1 in Best Creative Writing Colleges & Universities in Vermont
Johnson State College
4 Year • Johnson , VT
Johnson State College is a public university based in Johnson , Vermont . It is an institution with an enrollment of over 224 bachelor’s degree candidates. The admission criteria is somewhat competitive with the acceptance rate of 86 %.
# 2 in Best Creative Writing Colleges & Universities in Vermont
4 Year • Marlboro , VT
Marlboro College is a private not-for-profit university based in Marlboro , Vermont . It is an institution with an enrollment of over 29 bachelor’s degree candidates. The admission criteria is somewhat competitive with the acceptance rate of 96 %.
# 3 in Best Creative Writing Colleges & Universities in Vermont
4 Year • Plainfield , VT
Goddard College is a private not-for-profit university based in Plainfield , Vermont . It is an institution with an enrollment of over 4 bachelor’s degree candidates. The admission criteria is somewhat competitive with the acceptance rate of 100 %.
# 4 in Best Creative Writing Colleges & Universities in Vermont
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Best Creative Writing Graduate Programs & Schools in Vermont
What are creative writing graduate programs in vermont.
Creative Writing Graduate Programs teach the art of language. You could develop your writing through study and practice. Classes might cover both general English topics, craft classes, and even courses about the publishing industry. Workshops offer the chance to hone your work. And of course, gain peer feedback to help improve that short story or poem. Most MFA Creative Writing programs take the format of a two-year program. (In the second year, MFA students may work on crafting a thesis.) That said, you may be able to find a three-year program. And some students study part-time. So, they could earn their MFA on a different timeline.
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Creative Writing Masters Programs in Vermont
MFA stands for Master of Fine Arts. An MFA in Creative Writing may be an especially common option. Most programs include courses in the department of English and courses about the craft of writing. In addition, programs strive to create a community of writers. They may do that by:
- Inviting visiting writers to campus
- Holding events, like a reading series
- Publishing student-run literary magazines
But these days, MFA students could pursue other paths. Like an online degree program. Or programs where you take most classes online but do a brief residency on campus. (Often called low residency.)
Wondering about admissions requirements? An MFA in writing often considers more than just your undergrad transcripts. The program may look at your past writing experience. And a big part of your application is the writing sample. Samples should likely be in the genre you’d like to study. It could be a novel chapter. Or a collection of poems. Even a play or movie script!
MFA Writing Workshops
Expect workshopping to be a large portion of your program. Workshops are writing intensive courses. Students develop new work for peer review. They submit drafts for peer feedback. Then it’s time for revisions to make the work as good as it can be.
These classes might be a great way to produce new work. Plus, learn from what your peers are writing. And, workshops could provide a safe place for students to give and get critical feedback.
There’s one other potential plus. Writing workshops often bring together students from different genres. So, you could get constructive feedback from many different perspectives. For example, students writing poetry could offer fresh insights into your creative nonfiction.
Workshop requirements may differ by graduate school. Want the specifics? Contact the program director for the MFA program you’re considering.
MFA Writing Courses
Practicing writing in workshop is just part of an MFA. You’ll also take core academic courses. These focus on the craft of writing. For instance, you might learn about point of view. Or different forms and styles of poetry. You’ll study how other writers achieved certain effects. And you’ll try your hand at new techniques. MFA writing courses could include:
- Writing for Film
- Poetic Form
- Mystery & Horror Writing
- Novel Craft
- Writing for Young Adults
- 19th Century British Literature
- English Rhetoric
- Literary Criticism
- American Literature
- Contemporary Women Writers
PhD Creative Writing Degrees in Vermont
Creative Writing PhD Programs are writing intense programs like the MFA. But they may have more of a research element along with coursework.
So how does this PhD program differ from other doctorate programs? One big difference may be the dissertation. Most doctoral programs ask students to write and present works of original research. In comparison, creative dissertations are usually long-form works. Like:
- A short story collection
- A poetry collection
- A screenplay
Due to the intensity of the above-mentioned writing requirements, students could potentially complete a PhD program in 3 to 5 years. Program length may vary by school and enrollment.
PhD programs in this field may require previous graduate experience, as well as a 3.5 graduate GPA. Additionally, writing schools may ask students to submit samples of their previous work. Check with intended programs for more admissions details.
Creative Writing Graduate Certificate Programs in Vermont
Graduate Certificate Creative Writing programs might be a great way to quickly build your writing skills and knowledge. These programs typically do not require a minimum GPA for admissions. This may make them more accessible to a wide array of students, so that they can begin to hone their craft.
Many certificate programs only workshop one specific genre. For example, they might focus solely on children’s literature. This may provide a focused curriculum without unnecessary academic electives. So, graduate certificates are often on the shorter side. Full time students could potentially earn a Graduate Certificate in one year, although program lengths vary.
High vs. Low Residency Writing Programs
Residency requirements are common in many graduate writing programs. Biannually, students may be required to live and work on campus.
This is done to provide a space for students to concentrate on writing, reviewing, and revising their work. During this time, you could be sharing housing with other students from your program. Students are also encouraged to workshop pieces with others in the residency program to further refine the final product.
Typically, graduate writing programs either offer a low or high residency option. Low residency writing programs are shorter and may last around 10 days. High residency writing programs are often lengthier, lasting from 2 to 6 weeks. Residency lengths and details may vary by university.
Graduate Creative Writing Program Formats
Pinpointing MFA programs that complement your daily routine could be difficult. But, there are several different program types that could make it easier to study and write…even if you have other responsibilities.
On Campus MFA Programs
On campus programs are what you might picture when you imagine the traditional university experience. Graduate creative writing schools provide the opportunity to develop your work alongside your peers and mentors.
Things like workshops and office hours could make it easier to get help polishing your work. Additionally, this might be an opportunity to build professional relationships with classmates. You never know who might be your connection to a literary agent or publishing house.
Online Creative Writing Graduate Programs
Online MFA programs are a great way to stay in your own space while earning your degree. No matter where you live, you could attend classes on your own schedule. And, you could still receive valuable feedback from peers and professors via email or online forums.
An online writing degree may be a perfect option for students who work. This way, you could pursue your professional endeavors while honing your craft.
It’s important to note that online programs may require students to take part in residency programs. Typically, these are offered in the low-residency format but could require you try travel to campus or a nearby location.
Hybrid Creative Writing degrees offer a little taste of both the above programs. Depending on your personal schedule, you could choose to pursue one style of learning at any given time. For instance, you could take online courses while working. Or, take on campus courses in between jobs.
This might be great for current freelance writers because of their constantly changing work schedule. Depending on your future responsibilities, you could plan your semesters accordingly.
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There is only one English major, but within that major you can emphasize either Literature (ENGL) or Creative Writing (CRWT) (and because these are emphases of one major students may not double major with ENGL and CRWT, but note that students may double major with either ENGL or CRWT and our interdisciplinary Narrative Studies major if desired). All English majors share aspects of their program and are encouraged to take courses in both emphases.
All students take a minimum of 40 units (almost always ten 4-unit courses). Students take seminars in English literature and American literature, early English literature and contemporary prose, and workshops in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
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Three Introductory Courses (12 units)
All majors take three introductory courses:
- ENGL-261g “English Literature to 1800”
- ENGL-262g “English Literature since 1800”
- ENGL-263g “American Literature”
All three courses should be done or in progress of being done before enrolling in upper-division courses or workshops.
Seven Upper-Division Courses (28 units)
All majors take at least seven upper-division courses in specific categories, based on the major emphasis. Select an emphasis to see the upper-division requirements.
English Literature (ENGL)
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Two courses in literature written before 1800
Choose from the following:
- ENGL-341 "Women in English Literature before 1800" (formerly ENGL-469)
- ENGL-420 "English Literature of the Middle Ages (1100–1500)"
- ENGL-421 "English Literature of the 16th Century"
- ENGL-422 "English Literature of the 17th Century"
- ENGL-423 "English Literature of the 18th Century (1660–1780)"
- ENGL-430 "Shakespeare"
- ENGL-461 "English Drama to 1800"
- ENGL-465 "The English Novel to 1800"
One course in 19th-century literature
- ENGL-424 "English Literature of the Romantic Age (1780–1832)"
- ENGL-425 "English Literature of the Victorian Age (1832–1890)"
- ENGL-440 "American Literature to 1865"
- ENGL-466 "The 19th Century English Novel"
One course in American literature
- ENGL-350 "Literature of California"
- ENGL-351 "Periods and Genres in American Literature" (formerly ENGL-451)
- ENGL-441 "American Literature, 1865 to 1920"
- ENGL-442 "American Literature, 1920 to the Present"
- ENGL-445m "The Literatures of America: Cross-Cultural Perspectives"
- ENGL-446 "African-American Poetry and Drama"
- ENGL-447m "African-American Narrative"
- ENGL-448m "Chicano and Latino Literature"
- ENGL-449m "Asian American Literature"
Two upper-division electives
Complete eight additional units numbered 300-499 chosen from courses in the English department. One class may be a creative writing workshop.
One senior seminar
- ENGL-491 "Senior Seminar in Literary Studies"
One introductory prose workshop
- ENGL-303 "Introduction to Fiction Writing"
- ENGL-305 "Introduction to Nonfiction Writing"
One introductory poetry workshop
- ENGL-304 "Introduction to Poetry Writing"
One 400-level workshop
- ENGL-403 "Nonfiction Writing" (please notify your primary assigned advisor if taking this course so your STARS Report may be manually updated)
- ENGL-405 "Fiction Writing"
- ENGL-406 "Poetry Writing"
- ENGL-407 "Advanced Fiction Writing"
- ENGL-408 "Advanced Poetry Writing"
One course in literature written before 1900
One course in literature written after 1900
- ENGL-360 "Modern Poetry" (formerly ENGL-452)
- ENGL-361g "Contemporary Prose" (formerly ENGL-455)
- ENGL-362g "Contemporary Poetry" (formerly ENGL-456)
- ENGL-363g "Contemporary Drama" (formerly ENGL-463)
- ENGL-364 "The Modern Novel" (formerly ENGL-467)
- ENGL-426 "Modern English Literature (1890–1945)"
- ENGL-462 "British and American Drama 1800–1950"
One upper-division elective
Complete four additional units numbered 300-499 chosen from courses in the English department.
Students in the English major participate in overseas studies through USC Dornsife to study Anglophone literature on many continents in many countries. In recent semesters, students have taken classes like “Satire, Scandal, and Society, 1700-1740” at Queen Mary University of London, “Twentieth-Century Children’s Fiction” at the National University of Ireland in Galway, and “Romance to Realism” at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
As part of your application to study abroad, you will select courses to be pre-approved by your academic adviser to meet your major requirements.
Visit dornsife.usc.edu/english-overseas/ to explore your opportunities abroad.
Honors Thesis Program
The English Honors Program is open to students in English Literature and in Creative Writing. The program provides a unique opportunity to pursue in depth a critical project of your own design. If you are thinking about applying to graduate school or professional school (such as law school) you will find the program especially rewarding. The Honors Thesis is a critical research project and typically runs upwards of 40 pages. Upon successful completion of a critical Senior Honors Thesis your USC transcript will record departmental honors.
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Our students complete internships and volunteerships tutoring students at neighborhood elementary schools with the Joint Education Project, assisting with faculty research and research at USC Libraries, volunteering on political campaigns, and working in publishing, marketing, and media. These opportunities complement the intensive study and professionalization on campus in classes and co-curricular activities, and they guide students toward the diverse set of careers open to those with liberal arts educations.
Students can find these opportunities through the USC Career Center at careers.usc.edu , and students majoring in English are eligible to apply for the USC Dornsife Gateway Internship Program .
Progressive Degree Program
Students majoring in English are eligible to apply to our progressive degree program in Literary Editing and Publishing and earn both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees from USC Dornsife in just five years.
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Graduates of our programs in English Literature and Creative Writing have pursued graduate school; published fiction, nonfiction, and poetry; worked in publishing and social media; pursued law school; and worked at film and television production companies in Los Angeles. Alumni who pursue graduate school have enrolled in education programs, the top MFA programs across the country, and research-based programs overseas.
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English Major at Mission
Creative writing and literature classes.
At Mission College in Santa Clara, we offer online, in-person, and hybrid creative writing, literature, and reading courses.
Courses are flexible - only pay $46 dollars a unit plus fees. Online English Courses are available.
- Get help with your writing at the Writing Center.
- Satisfy UC and Cal State transfer requirements.
- Write for the Mission Review! Mission's own literary journal.
- English for Transfer to a CSU or UC.
- Literature, Writing, & Reading Courses.
- Learn about Latino/a culture. Get a personal professional college mentor.
- Explore literature & reading related to the African-American experience.
The Writing Center
- Get help with writing, including assignments and papers.
Published Faculty Authors
Mission faculty includes published authors and poets including Javier Huerta , Donnelle McGee , David Lang , Ted Shank , Dr. David Piper , and more. We also host many visiting writers including Chris Abani, Dr. Cesar Cruz, Dr. Angela Davis, Firoozeh Dumas, Sonia Nazario, Miriam de Uriarte, and more.
Learning Services Courses
Our courses assist you with writing papers and learning strategies. Learning Services courses are open to all students. However, Disability Support Programs & Services (DSPS) can recommend specific courses.
Courses to Consider
Classical Mythology (ENG 043)
Classical Mythology is an examination of the major classical myths of Western heritage for an appreciation of their literary value and their influence on modern life and culture.
18th Century English Lit (ENG 005A)
A survey of English literature that begins with Anglo-Saxon writings and the epic "Beowulf" and extends through the works of the eighteenth century ending with the writings of Samuel Johnson.
Chicana/o, Latina/o Lit (ENG 013)
An introduction to authors, topics, and movements in Chicana/o and Latina/o literature from the late 19th century to the present.
Creative Writing (ENG 900)
Read and workshop each other's writing, and read/analyze the work of professional writers. Attend literary events and more.
Survey of World Lit (ENG 006B)
Study Western and non-Western literary traditions, including women's, minority, and ethnic literature from around the world.
Intro to Film Analysis (ENG 015)
Examine of the major classical myths of Western heritage for an appreciation of their literary value and their influence on modern life and culture.
Intro to Shakespeare (ENG 048)
Analyze tragic, comedic, romance, and history plays, as well as the cultural contexts, dramatic conventions, poetics, and critical theory relevant to understanding Shakespeare's works.
Jobs for English Majors
Career outlook, skills needed.
- Strong written and oral communication.
- Organization and attention to detail.
- Analytical and problem solving skills.
- Time management.
- Systems analysis.
- Mathematical and deductive reasoning.
- Critical thinking.
- Active learning.
- Clerical knowledge.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.
Select jobs in the field.
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- Public Relations Specialist
- Social Media Marketer
- Content Manager
- Communications Manager
- Technical Writer
- Editorial Assistant
- College Professor
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