The Dual Degree Program in Creative Writing is designed for the exceptional student interested in accelerating his or her educational experience in a program combining the curriculum of the undergraduate Creative Writing Major or Self-designed Major in Creative Writing and the Low-Residency MFA Program in Creative Writing.
Students eligible for the dual degree program demonstrate a high level of maturity and commitment to the craft of writing, as well as a superior academic achievement. The integrated program requires that students can engage in the academic rigor of a graduate education by the time they reach the last semester of their undergraduate program. In that semester and afterward, students in the dual degree program must be able to work intensively and independently through the MFA in Creative Writing Program's residencies and distance learning format. Qualified students apply in the spring of their junior year (or by the time they have earned the equivalent in credits) and must be accepted by meeting the admission standards of the MFA program in Creative Writing, Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences.
For further information contact Professor Jaswinder Bolina (email@example.com)
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