Most junior transfer students have four semesters remaining. Demand by sophomores regularly exceeds the number of seats available.
Important Information The requirement for taking a minor in creative writing is five courses or 15 semester hours. Students must provide hard copies of syllabi and samples of coursework as early as possible in order to ensure time for review and to schedule a meeting with Creative writing unc director.
Please always review summer session course listings for any changes or updates. Students are limited to one creative writing course per semester. Junior transfer students wanting to minor in creative writing must either Have an introductory course already on their record that will transfer to Carolina as credit, e.
Permission to move forward with transfer credit for an introductory course requirement Option 1 above will require a review by the creative writing faculty of the syllabus and work completed in the course and is dependent on space availability, which cannot be guaranteed.
No more than two creative writing courses from other schools may be counted for credit at UNC—Chapel Hill. Honors in Creative Writing To qualify for a degree with honors or highest honors in creative writing, students must maintain a 3.
If possible, the student is assigned to a different instructor for each course. Students completing the five courses for the minor may take additional creative writing courses only by permission of the director, providing that all other students still completing the minor are served first.
Should students not advance beyond the intermediate level, they may choose to finish the minor with other classes offered in creative writing.
If not, they would need to complete the minor using the multigenre approach. Again, please note that online courses do not count towards the creative writing minor. Creative writing minors receive priority in all creative writing classes and usually fill all seats.The undergraduate creative writing program at UNC–Chapel Hill is — and has long been — one of the best in the country.
Its first-rate faculty and students have published widely, won many prizes, and played a major role in shaping the contemporary literature of North Carolina, the South, and the nation.
The UNCG MFA Program The Master of Fine Arts in creative writing is a two-year residency program with an emphasis on providing students with studio time in which to study the writing of poetry of fiction. Welcome to the UNCG MFA Writing Program The Master of Fine Arts in creative writing is a two-year residency program with an emphasis on providing students with studio time in which to study the writing of fiction or poetry.
The MFA in Creative Writing Our MFA program—an intensive, three-year studio-academic experience in the writing of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction—joins students who share a common passion and faculty members who provide critical support of their work. Department of Creative Writing Welcome!
The UNCW Department of Creative Writing is a community of deeply committed writers who believe that the creation of art is valuable to self and culture.
The Department of English offers three concentrations within the major including creative writing, literature, and teaching licensure (specializing in creative writing or literature).Download