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Tulane’s outstanding undergraduate program in creative writing offers classes in poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction and screenwriting – all in America’s most storied literary city.
We offer our undergraduates unparalleled opportunities to develop as writers, including master classes, event management internships, teaching internships in the community, short-term writing residencies, a student reading series, a literary journal, and travel to conferences and festivals.
Students from all departments and disciplines are welcome to take classes in creative writing.
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Students can request that creative writing classes taken in other Tulane departments (Theater and Dance, foreign languages) or at other universities be counted toward the emphasis. Only one transfer credit can count towards the concentration in creative writing.
The creative writing program is dedicated to students' development in the three writing genres: fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction. Your creative writing classes are taught by professional writers, and may include classes in book making and desktop publishing. There is also a magazine internship at the and a portfolio class to complete a book-length manuscript. The program can even help prepare you to earn a bachelor's degree in creative writing. The Department of Creative Writing offers undergraduate and graduate programs. The three degree programs emphasize the primary importance of the study and practice of imaginative writing in the genres of creative nonfiction, fiction, playwriting, and poetry. All three degree programs combine an intense workshop requirement and a variety of special topic creative process classes with requirements in the English Department. The core literature classes assure that students will continue to absorb and be trained in a study of the best literature of the past. In Creative Writing classes, students work with an active, publishing faculty. They learn by vigorous practice; by focused studies of craft; and by extensive reading, analysis, and discussion of their own work, as well as that of published authors.I’m a transfer student, and I’ve done a number of creative writing classes at another school. Do these classes count towards the concentration in creative writing?
English 130, 131, 132H, 133H & 138 the introductory classes, are pre-requisites to other Creative Writing Program classes.130 and 131 are open for registration by RISING SOPHOMORES ONLY during Spring semester for the following Fall and for CURRENT SOPHOMORES ONLY during Fall semester for the following Spring. Rising or current sophomores may register for ENGL 130, ENGL 131 OR ENGL 138. Demand by sophomores regularly exceeds the number of seats available. Enrollment of juniors and seniors is on a space-available basis by permission of the instructor, and they may inquire of the instructor during the first week of classes to see if seats are available. ENGL 130 and 131 are sometimes offered during summer sessions with no registration restrictions. Please always review summer session course listings for any changes or updates.