We plan to offer the three core courses – Fiction Techniques, Nonfiction Techniques, and Contemporary American Writers – every Fall semester onsite in Baltimore and Washington, DC. (Those cores will also be offered online in both Fall and Spring.)
In addition, we will offer one to three electives every semester in either Baltimore or Washington or in both locations.
Thesis will be offered onsite every Fall and Spring.
Our Conference on Craft/Writing Residency, which carries the credits for a full course in 7–10 days, takes place every July at locations around the country and overseas. Our 2020 Writing Residency will take place in Bar Harbor, Maine. The Writing Residency is optional for all students who take at least one other course onsite.
Thesis will be offered online every Fall and Spring.
In addition, we will offer one to three additional electives every semester online, depending on enrollment.
The Conference on Craft/Writing Residency will take place for 7–10 days every July at locations around the country and overseas. The 2020 Writing Residency will take place in Bar Harbor, Maine.
- Admissions Requirements
- Degree Requirements
- Course Descriptions
- Career Opportunities
- Hopkins Conference on Craft
- Course Schedule
- Multi-Year Schedule
- MA in Writing Program Online
- The Experience
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