The MFA’s academic model is studio/research: integrating substantial work in the academic study and creative production of literary art. Students are individually mentored by accomplished, award‐winning faculty members who are among the most compelling writers in their genres, and who also are known for their excellence in teaching.
Students also have opportunities for specialized study in areas such as translation, cross‐genre writing/hybrid forms, editing and publishing, new media, and performance.
- Four-semester, 64-credit MFA program
- Low-residency model
- Every semester begins with an MFA residency at our Henniker and Manchester campuses
- Fiction Track
- Non-Fiction Track
- Poetry Track
- Writing for Stage and Screen Track
- Dual Genre