Hone your writing skills while exploring a full range of genres including poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, scholarly writing, and business and technical writing.

 Sebastian Schnabel talks about studying creative writing at MCAD.

MCAD’s creative writing minor allows you to focus on the specific writing skills and practices you will need to begin a career that will likely incorporate a significant writing component.

There is demand for good writers in every field, and skills in this area will serve you well no matter what you choose to do. Within the minor you may choose to emphasize nonfiction writing, creative writing, or business writing.

Whichever path you choose, clear, coherent, concise, and informative writing will support your artistic practice or entrepreneurial ventures.

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Faculty Spotlight

Gerald Ronning

Gerald Ronning

Gerald Ronning has won awards from the Center for the American West and the Labor and Working Class History Association. In 2013 he won the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award.