At Albertus Magnus College, you can earn your MFA in writing in just two years – without sacrificing family time or making demands on the job that pays your bills. Traditional MFA programs force you to be a full-time student. Low-residency programs encroach on your career and family life – and that’s assuming you have the luxury of taking off two weeks each year. Albertus Magnus provides fully online and low-residency options for students to pursue an MFA.
Faculty include: Poetry: Charles Rafferty, Paul Robichaud Fiction: Sarah Harris Wallman Nonfiction: Eric Schoeck
The Master of Fine Arts is designed to be delivered in either a fully online or a blended format and schedule that will maximize potential student access. Classes meet three times each during the fall and spring semesters—in either an online or in-person format—with the remaining instruction and coursework occurring online.
Submission Guidelines: Two recommendations, transcripts, personal statement, resume, 5-10 pages of poetry, or 2,500-5,000 words of prose