UARTS CREATIVE WRITING

Juniors, in addition to taking increasingly advanced writing workshops in poetry or fiction or both , have the opportunity to explore connections between their writing and other arts. Students will complete a writing placement exam to determine their composition sequence. Back to Top Print-Friendly Page. Art History or Critical Studies Elective. Apply Now Give to UArts.

Some students may be required to complete additional developmental coursework. The senior year culminates in a portfolio of revised pieces, an exit interview with members of the writing faculty, and a public reading. The University of the Arts. Students who do not complete the exam may be placed based on standardized tests scores if available or high school GPA. Back to Top Print-Friendly Page. Academic plans provide a semester by semester suggested course sequence. Critical Studies Electives 15 credits Select courses from subjects:

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In their first year, Creative Writing students acquire a working knowledge of the elements of poetry and short fiction by taking two year-long workshops—Introduction to Contemporary Poetry and Introduction to the Uaets Short Story—which equally emphasize reading and writing. The University of the Arts. Art History or Critical Studies Elective.

Electives 15 credits Complete 15 credits of free electives. In the senior year, Creative Writing majors take a two-semester seminar in poetry or fiction, concentrated on revising finished work with potential for publication. Back to Top Print-Friendly Page. As sophomores, students continue to explore and refine their writing interests by taking the Intermediate Workshops in fiction and poetry, as well as choosing from among the diverse roster of craft seminars.

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Critical Studies 33 credits First Year Writing 6 credits Students will complete a writing placement exam to determine their composition sequence. The senior year culminates in a portfolio of revised pieces, an exit interview with members of the writing faculty, and a public reading. Some students may be required to complete additional developmental coursework.

BFA in Creative Writing

Plans can be customized through discussions with academic advisors. Students will complete a writing placement exam to determine their composition sequence.

Within the major, students complete courses dedicated exclusively to writing, including small, intensive workshops in poetry and fiction. In the cross-disciplinary Writing and Collaboration, students undertake a creative project with a student in another major; in Literary Editing and Publishing, students are introduced to all aspects of producing a literary magazine.

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ESL 3 credits Developmental courses, while required, do not satisfy degree requirements. Here students begin learning to read as writers, to critique material productively, and to hone their writing skills by using as models the significant poetry and story collections of the last fifteen years.

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Academic plans provide a semester by semester suggested course sequence.

Program: BFA in Creative Writing – The University of the Arts – Acalog ACMS™

Critical Studies Electives 15 credits Select courses from subjects: Craft Seminars Select 5 courses: These seminars are not literature courses in the traditional sense, but courses that look closely writig a particular form or genre with an eye to craft.

To complete the degree, students also take elective courses in Creative Writing, editorial internships, and studio programs from across the University.

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Students who do not complete the exam may be placed based on standardized tests scores if available or high school GPA. Uats, in addition to taking increasingly advanced writing workshops in poetry or fiction or bothhave the opportunity to explore connections between their writing and other arts.

Students also take craft seminars focused on specialized writing forms and genres, literature courses, a hands-on course in publishing, and a cross-disciplinary course requiring close collaboration with a student in another artistic field.