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The Master of Fine Arts degree program in the Department of Art and Design at Purdue University provides a dynamic interdisciplinary environment in which students intensively develop and refine their artistic and/or design aesthetic under the mentorship of actively engaged artist/educators. The three-year curriculum combines theory, art/design history, and studio research courses, allowing students to form study plans according to their specific needs. Much of the coursework is completed during the first half of the program, dedicating the remainder of time to creative research and the completion of a thesis exhibition. Students also have the option of completing a formal thesis in addition to their final exhibition.
Teaching assistantships include foundation drawing and design courses, as well as some higher-level courses, and feature excellent mentoring. Full teaching assistantships (teaching two courses per semester) provide a base salary of approximately $20,000 for ten months, remission of tuition, health benefits, and in-state tuition for spouses.
The Master of Fine Arts in Art or Design requires a total of 60 credit hours: theory and research methods (6 hours), two art or design history courses (6 hours), six studio arts or design courses (18 hours), four other departmental and university electives (12 hours), and research project in studio arts or design including graduate exhibition (18 hours). Some students complete three hours of an industry internship as part of their electives.
Plans of Study
- Studio Arts MFA Course List
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- Interior Design MFA Course List
- Visual Communication Design MFA Course List
- Six Semester Schedule
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- Electronic Plan of Study (Graduate School Student Instructions)
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Formal Thesis Option
A formal thesis may be completed with an additional 6 credit hours. Click here for more information.
Facilities and Resources
The Department of Art and Design is located in the Yue-Kong Pao Hall of Visual and Performing Arts and has additional graduate studio space less than a block away in the Forestry Products Building. Graduate students are given 24-hour access to studio spaces, computer studios, shops and lab facilities housing state-of-the-art equipment including laser cutter, CNC machine, 3-D printers, digital and professional photography labs equipment, Epson printers, silkscreen tables, lithography and etching presses, and much more. Also, the department maintains a collection of 130,000 slide images and subscriptions to professional journals and periodicals in its own Visual Resource Library. Lastly, the Purdue Gallery program offers an exhibition program as an important part of the learning experience.
Art and Design students at Purdue have the advantage of extensive campus resources and may participate in a wide variety of educational, cultural, and social events. In addition to the museums and galleries available in the Greater Lafayette area , Purdue provides convenient access to the fine arts resources of two major cities: Chicago, 123 miles to the north, and Indianapolis, 60 miles to the south.
Campus visits are welcome to those interested in our program and facilities. Please contact the Director of Graduate Studies for the Department of Art and Design [email protected] for an appointment.
Master of Fine Arts program graduates go on to pursue a broad range of distinguished careers. With professional competency in the creation and application of art or design and the transmission of knowledge of art or design disciplines, graduates are prepared to pursue various creative positions. Alumni hold positions in several branches of art and design, including museum and gallery curating, art and design education, arts administration, exhibiting artists, independent design consulting and operations, and leadership positions in major corporations.
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Graduate students are encouraged to explore conceptual issues, hybrid art forms, new technologies, reinvigorate traditional forms, and engage in critical dialogue and writing. Below are a few examples of graduate student visual works.
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Creative Writing focuses on writing poetry, fiction, or drama. This major is perfect for students who love to write and who do so no matter what. Many creative writing students double major in creative writing and another area, like professional writing.
Most Creative Writing majors and minors want to have creative writing as a component of their future. As a creative writing major, you’ll learn many skills that employers find desirable, which may lead to jobs in publishing, marketing, management, and more. Other students plan to attend graduate school to hone their skills and further develop their art.
All liberal arts majors prepare students with the skills identified as contributing to managerial success: communicating and listening well, possessing insights into others, creative/critical thinking, problem solving, and the ability to make connections across complex ideas.
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- Creative Writing, BA
Transfer to Creative Writing
Purdue admits to individual majors. Transfer students must meet Purdue's overall transfer criteria , as well as any major-specific requirements. Before you apply, check the closed programs page to confirm this major is open to transfer students. If it is, refer to the information below for major-specific transfer criteria.
Minimum GPA: 2.5
Undergraduate Student Recruitment Office (765) 494-6291 [email protected]
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Teaching assistantships in any of the composition programs, including creative writing, provide a base stipend of approximately $15,000 for ten months, remission of tuition and most fees, plus merit raises. The teaching load is usually one course per semester, and after the first year students also have the opportunity for additional teaching and pay above and beyond the base stipend. A few merit fellowships provide tax-free stipends of more than $18,000 for 12 months and remission of tuition and fees.
Teaching assistantships available
Many students hold editorial positions with the Sycamore Review , a nationally recognized literary journal, and some earn additional compensation beyond the teaching assistantship through one of our paid administrative positions, which include Editor-in-chief of the Sycamore Review , Managing Editor of the Sycamore Review , Visiting Writers Series Coordinator, and Assistant Program Director.
- Chris Feliciano Arnold MFA (Fiction) 2010
- Brian Czyczyk MFA (Poetry)
- Chidelia Edochie MFA 2012
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- Rebecca McKanna MFA 2015
- Aaron Michael Morales MFA 2003
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- Kelsey Ronan MFA (Fiction) 2014
- Daniel Blue Tyx MFA (Fiction) 2009
- Corey Van Landingham MFA (Poetry) 2012
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- Keith Woodruff MA (Poetry) 1995
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Help Us Support Purdue's MFA Program
December 15, 2021.
The MFA in creative writing at Purdue University was informed by their administration that all funding for graduate student admissions would be immediately discontinued. To learn more, read this write-up of recent events from Inside Higher Education and the Letter to the Editor from The Exponent , Purdue’s student newspaper, by award-winning poet and long-time director of Purdue’s MFA program, Marianne Boruch.
AWP strongly disagrees with Purdue’s logic that English, the humanities, and the arts are no longer necessary to a good education. We are puzzled, too, that the Purdue administration appears to be ignoring current research about the extraordinary benefits of a creative writing degree. Since 2016 when Daniel Pink declared, “The MFA is the New MBA,” we’ve seen mounting research that confirms the value of the MFA degree across multiple professions. As an article published this week in ThinkBusiness.net puts it, “Storytelling is a nuanced art. It is the packaged content of brand and voice. And it is quite possibly the center of the human experience. That is why organizations all over the world look to storytelling as the most promising tool for sustaining organizational culture.” Purdue’s decision to cut funding for their English department stands to harm not only their writing program, but students across their university.
As AWP’s executive director, I am working hard with the AWP board to offer direct support and restore needed funding. However, I am also putting out a call to action to you, our valued members. Please help us stand up for the value of excellent English and creative writing education and the integrity of Purdue’s long-standing and exceptional English and creative writing programs by doing one or all of the following:
Sign this petition to Save the Creative Writing Program at Purdue at change.org
Write an email or letter voicing your objections to Purdue Liberal Arts Dean David A. Reingold at [email protected] and Purdue President Mitchell Elias Daniels Junior at [email protected] . Their contact information and a sample letter are included below. You can also reach out directly to the Purdue University Board of Trustees whose emails are listed on Purdue's website .
Post on social media voicing your support for creative writing at Purdue and use the hashtags #SavePurdueCW and please tag us at @AWPwriter so we can reshare your posts.
As poet Rebecca Bednarz wrote on Twitter, “If it can happen at Purdue, it can happen anywhere.” This is a time for us to come together and speak together to the value of creative writing and what creative writing education provides—for Purdue and for all creative writing programs facing funding cuts across the nation.
Thank you for listening and for your support.
Dr. Mitchell Elias Daniels Junior
Purdue President’s Office
Hovde Hall, Room 200
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West Lafayette, IN 47907-2040
Dr. David Reingold
Office of the Dean
Purdue University College of Liberal Arts, Room 1290
100 N. University Street West Lafayette, IN 47907-2098
As a writer, teacher, and member of AWP, I strongly object to your defunding of Purdue’s excellent graduate MFA Program in Creative Writing.
Your actions penalize not only the graduate programs, but undergraduate students across your campus who will no longer have access to excellent writing support and services. In the words of Avi Kak, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the upper administration at Purdue “has lost respect for the non-STEM educators, and that’s a huge tragedy for all of us.”
Please take action today to restore funding to the MFA program in creative writing at Purdue University and its award-winning journal, the Sycamore Review.
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-Goldberg, Natalie. Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within . Shambhala, 2006.
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While pursuing a BA in Creative Writing, students study literary texts and then produce their own poetry or fiction. The creative writing student is an artist. This major is perfect for those who love to write poems or stories, and who plan to do so no matter what. In addition to the required five courses in poetry or fiction writing, students must take five courses in English Literature or English Language. While some creative writing students attend graduate school to hone their skills and develop their art, others practice their craft in commercial industries like marketing or publishing. Ultimately, creative writers learn many skills that employers find desirable.
Sycamore Review , a nonprofit journal for the arts, was founded in 1988 and is published twice annually by Purdue University’s Department of English.
Books and Coffee talks (hosted by the Department of English) are held several times throughout the school year. Coffee and tea are available, followed by a half-hour talk about a selected work. The series is popular with faculty, staff, and students.
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120 credits required, liberal arts curriculum.
Each liberal arts major is designed as a four-year plan of study and includes three types of courses: Major, Core, and Elective. Most students take five courses per semester, with some of each type.
Professional academic advisors meet individually with each of our students on a regular basis to help with course selection, academic planning, and career development, as well as to help students find additional resources on campus.
Departmental/Program Major Course Requirements (30 credits)
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A grade of “B-” or better is required before attempting courses in Area A.
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A. Creative Writing Courses - Choose Four (12 credits)
All Creative Writing courses except 20500, 31600, and 31700 may be repeated once by Creative Writing majors for credit. (The 40000 and 50000 level courses should be taken in order in any given genre; exceptions are granted by the permission of instructor.)
- ENGL 31600 - Craft Of Fiction From A Writer’s Perspective
- ENGL 31700 - Craft Of Poetry From a Writer’s Perspective
- ENGL 40700 - Intermediate Poetry Writing
- ENGL 40800 - Creative Writing Capstone
- ENGL 40900 - Intermediate Fiction Writing
- ENGL 50700 - Advanced Poetry Writing
- ENGL 50900 - Advanced Fiction Writing
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C. Literature/Linguistics/English Education (12 credits)
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Core I: Disciplinary Diversity (6-18 credits)
Choose 1 course in 6 different disciplines within the College of Liberal Arts.
Note: Disciplines are differentiated by course prefix. Undistributed credit does not count to satisfy this requirement.
Core II: Social Diversity (1-3 credits)
Culture, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, race and ethnicity all play a role in how others perceive us and how we experience the world, and as such, are meaningful categories for analyzing social change and social problems past and present. The purpose of this category is to acquaint students with the pluralistic nature of the world and foster an appreciation and awareness of the diverse range of lived human experience. Courses in this list will expose students to important aspects of human diversity and foster understanding about different world views.
Choose one course from this list: CLA Core II - Social Diversity Selective List .
Core III: Linguistic Diversity (3-4 credits)
Proficiency through Level IV in one world language. Courses may be required to reach Level IV proficiency; these courses will be counted toward electives.
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- Humanities - all approved courses accepted.
- Behavioral/Social Science - all approved courses accepted.
- Information Literacy - all approved courses accepted.
- Science #1 - all approved courses accepted.
- Science #2 - all approved courses accepted.
- Science, Technology, and Society - all approved courses accepted.
- Written Communication - all approved courses accepted.
- Oral Communication - all approved courses accepted.
- Quantitative Reasoning - all approved courses accepted.
- Double counting of courses is allowed across the various categories.
- All accredited programs whose accreditation is threatened by CLA Core requirement, both professional BAs and BFAs, are exempt from Liberal Arts Core I & II in order to meet accreditation standards and requirements. Liberal Arts Core III: Linguistic Diversity is still required for such programs.
- “Degree +” students (students with a second major outside of Liberal Arts) are exempt from the CLA Core.
Electives (35-59 credits)
- A grade of “B-” or better in ENGL 20500 is required before attempting courses in Area A.
Course Requirements and Notes
- All Creative Writing courses (Area A) except 20500, 31600, and 31700 may be repeated once by Creative Writing majors for credit. (The 40000 and 50000 level courses should be taken in order in any given genre; exceptions are granted by the permission of instructor.)
College of Liberal Arts Pass/No Pass Option Policy
- P/NP cannot be used to satisfy Liberal Arts Core, Liberal Arts major, minor, or certificate requirements.
University core requirements, for a complete listing of university core course selectives, visit the provost’s website ..
- Human Cultures: Behavioral/Social Science (BSS)
- Human Cultures: Humanities (HUM)
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- Oral Communication (OC)
- Quantitative Reasoning (QR)
- Science #1 (SCI)
- Science #2 (SCI)
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The civics literacy proficiency activities are designed to develop civic knowledge of purdue students in an effort to graduate a more informed citizenry. for more information visit the civics literacy proficiency website..
Students will complete the Proficiency by passing a test of civic knowledge, and completing one of three paths:
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- Earning a passing grade for one of these approved courses (or transferring in approved AP or departmental credit in lieu of taking a course).
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- Resident study at Purdue University for at least two semesters and the enrollment in and completion of at least 32 semester hours of coursework required and approved for the completion of the degree. These courses are expected to be at least junior-level (30000+) courses.
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- Liberal Arts offers a streamlined plan of study for students pursuing a second degree outside CLA. Contact the CLA Advising Office for more information.
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Fall 1st year.
- Written Communication - Credit Hours: 3.00-4.00
- World Language Level I - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Quantitative Reasoning - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Behavioral/Social Sciences (CLA Core I: 1 of 6) - Credit Hours: 3.00
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- Oral Communication - Credit Hours: 3.00
- World Language Level II - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Humanities (CLA Core I: 2 of 6) - Credit Hours 3.00
- Science - Credit Hours: 3.00
Fall 2nd Year
- Area A Creative Writing Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Area C Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
- World Language Level III - Credit Hours: 3.00
- CLA Core I: 3 of 6 - Credit Hours: 3.00
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- Area C Selective - Credit Hours: 3.0
- World Language Level IV (CLA Core III) - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Science, Technology, and Society - Credit Hours: 3.00
- CLA Core I: 4 of 6 - Credit Hours: 3.00
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- CLA Core I: 5 of 6 - Credit Hours: 3.00
- CLA Core II: Diversity Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Elective - Credit Hours 3.00
Spring 3rd Year
- Area A Creative Writing Selective - Credit Hours 3.00
- CLA Core I: 6 of 6 - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Elective - Credit Hours: 3.00
Fall 4th Year
- Area C Selective - Credit Hours 3.00
- Elective - Credit Hours: 3.00
Spring 4th Year
For current pre-requisites for courses, click here .
World Language Courses
World Language proficiency requirements vary by program. The following list is inclusive of all world languages PWL offers for credit; for acceptable languages and proficiency levels, see your advisor. (ASL-American Sign Language; ARAB-Arabic; CHNS-Chinese; FR-French; GER-German; GREK-Greek(Ancient); HEBR-Hebrew(Biblical); HEBR-Hebrew(Modern); ITAL-Italian; JPNS-Japenese; KOR-Korean; LATN-Latin; PTGS=Portuguese; RUSS-Russian; SPAN-Spanish)
The ♦ course is considered critical. In alignment with the Degree Map Guidance for Indiana’s Public Colleges and Universities, published by the Commission for Higher Education (pursuant to HEA 1348-2013), a Critical Course is identified as “one that a student must be able to pass to persist and succeed in a particular major. Students who want to be nurses, for example, should know that they are expected to be proficient in courses like biology in order to be successful. These would be identified by the institutions for each degree program”.
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