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Writing Popular Fiction (M.F.A.)

Write the Book You Want to Read! 

Books Published by Seton Hill Writing Popular Fiction StudentsAn Online Program Supported by Intensive On-Campus Writers' Residencies.

This one-of-a-kind program teaches writers to create – and market – the fiction that sells. It is designed for new or experienced authors who wish to write within popular fiction genres such as romance, science fiction, fantasy, horror and mystery in the adult or young adult markets.

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Seton Hill’s flexible, low-residency format allows you to:

  • Earn a master of fine arts degree while working full-time or caring for a family. 
  • Develop a novel-length writing project in a genre of your choice.
  • Enjoy courses, workshops and one-on-one mentoring by established writers.
  • Become part of an active, supportive writing community. 

Application Deadlines: 

  • Deadline for application to the January 2018 residency is October 6, 2017.
  • Deadline for application to the June 2018 residency is March 22, 2018.

Learn more about the Admission Requirements for the Writing Popular Fiction M.F.A. from Seton Hill University.

Careers

As a student in this program, you will learn the business of freelance writing, from establishing your brand name as genre author to finding agents and submitting to book publishers. Seton Hill's Writing Popular Fiction Program also provides training in the teaching of writing as a potential career option (graduates with an M.F.A. are equipped to teach at the postsecondary level), in addition to fostering careers in:

  • Publishing 
  • Editing 
  • Bookselling 
  • Marketing 

Ready to apply? Apply online now for free! 

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Writing Popular Fiction Courses

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Our Faculty

To contact the Office of Graduate Admissions, fill out the online Request for Information form. Ready to apply? Apply online now for free! You may also call Graduate Admissions at (724) 838-4208 or email us at gadmit@setonhill.edu.