The MFA in Creative Nonfiction program announces four new courses
Release date: January 03, 2012
The MFA in Creative Nonfiction program is pleased to announce the addition of four new courses this spring:
The Book Proposal (CNF 633) provides students with the opportunity to draft a book proposal for their MFA manuscript under the one-on-one supervision of a writing professional with publishing experience.
Research & Reporting (CNF 625) allows students to conduct in-depth research, reporting, and interviews under the one-on-one supervision of an MFA faculty member or another writing professional.
The Reported Memoir (CNF 635) lets students conduct in-depth research and interviews under the one-on-one supervision of an MFA faculty member or another writing professional familiar with the various databases, documents, and resources that can provide material to both enrich a memoir and enable students to verify the accuracy of their material.
For more information, visit our website: www.goucher.edu/mfa.