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Distance learning MA Programs in Professional Writing in North America 2020

Masters degrees are more versatile than doctoral qualifications and have a broad range of professional and academic applications. According to the U.S. Department of Education, three types of masters programs exist research, professional, and terminal. The most popular masters degree types are Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) in a mixture of subject fields.

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Johns Hopkins University, Advanced Academic Programs

Johns Hopkins' Advanced Academic Programs nine-course online or on-campus MA in Writing program reflects the school's international reputation for academic rigor and crea ... [+]

Johns Hopkins’ Advanced Academic Programs nine-course online or on-campus MA in Writing program reflects the school's international reputation for academic rigor and creative innovation. In this workshop-centered, 3-year program, you will choose a concentration option in fiction or nonfiction and have options for summer residencies around the world.

Some students go on to careers in journalism, teaching, law or corporate writing. Others go on to author nonfiction, short stories, novels, and other works. No matter your goals, you will graduate with advanced writing skills and the deep understanding of the writing profession.

As a graduate you will:

Effectively use the professional techniques of fiction and nonfiction in your own work. Design a plan for entering the world of publishing or related professions after graduation. Formulate honest, constructive responses to peer writing in the workshop environment. Evaluate your own growth as a writer, including your sense of yourself as a writer and changes in your writing processes. Display a portfolio of complete writings — stories, essays, articles and book chapters — of potentially publishable work with literary merit. ... [-]
USA Washington
August 2020
Full-time
Part-time
3 years
Online
University of North Alabama College of Arts and Sciences

The MA in Writing prepares students for a variety of careers in writing as well as for the pursuit of terminal degrees as researchers and academics. This degree program c ... [+]

Prepare for a career as a writer

In a rapidly changing world, business, industry, and academia increasingly demand the skills of written communication. Writing the Great American Novel isn’t the only way to earn a living as a writer—and many professionals earn lucrative incomes as technical writers, content writers, editors, social media campaign leaders, and communication managers.

Through courses in technical writing, grant writing, document design, and publishing, as well as composition theory, students gain deep experience in the types of writing required in today’s professional, academic, technical and creative communities. In addition to coursework, many students participate in paid writing internships which provide real-world experience and contacts to build a bridge to their writing careers.... [-]

USA Florence
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Full-time
2 years
Online