English Graduate Studies
MA in English
The Master of Arts program in English at Butler University consists of course work and individual studies in English and American as well as European and World Literatures. Additional topics for study include Minority Literatures, Gender Studies, Colonial and Post-colonial literatures as well as Literary Theory and Post-Modernism. In some cases, courses may also be taken for graduate credit in Composition, Rhetoric, and Creative Writing.
MFA in Creative Writing
The 36-hour studio MFA program consists of a personalized curriculum based on students’ artistic and professional interests in fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. Electives include screenwriting, young adult fiction, literary editing, publishing, and teaching creative writing.