The University of Central Florida Master of Fine Arts program in Creative Writing offers concentrations in fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction, and features a curriculum fueled by aesthetic values and focused on students’ original creative work. Faculty members are deeply committed to cultivating a diverse community of high-quality literary writers and preparing them for careers in writing, editing, teaching, and/or other creative endeavors.
Set within the growing and bustling 60,000+-student campus, on the eastern edge of Orlando and about equi-distant from Disney World and the Atlantic beaches, the MFA program offers a balance of close community and the openness of city life. The program—running between about 25 and 35 full- and part-time students at a time—reflects the diversity of the region.
For more information, please visit the UCF English department website and Creative Writing MFA graduate catalog.