The Master of Fine Arts program at Wichita State University, now in its 42nd year, is a three-year, studio-academic program in fiction or poetry writing with students in full residence. All of our MFA students receive financial support from the university through graduate teaching assistantships and fellowships which cover their tuition and provide a stipend. The Huffington Post has named our program to its list of “Top 25 Underrated Creative Writing MFA Programs.”
At the undergraduate level, we offer Bachelor of Arts students a 33-hour major in creative writing with classes in fiction, poetry, and nonfiction writing. Both the graduate and undergraduate programs are part of Wichita State’s Department of English.
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