The Master of Arts in Professional Writing (MAPW) degree is a professional graduate degree program that prepares candidates for a wide variety of writing‑related positions in business, education, publishing, film and TV and the literary arts. Course work in three interdisciplinary concentrations-applied writing, composition and rhetoric, and creative writing-allows students to gain theoretical and practical knowledge in various fields of professional writing. As students become experienced in producing and analyzing the business, technical, journalistic, and creative texts in these three concentrations, they develop a sophisticated understanding of style, structure, and audience. MAPW students will become writing professionals who can move in many directions during their careers; they will become flexible writers who can tune in to the writing conventions of a given genre, adapting their writing style to the requirements of various rhetorical contexts in today’s print and electronic environments.

Additional resources of special importance to the program faculty and students are the Kennesaw State University Writing Center and the Kennesaw Mountain National Writing Project.

 

News and Events

Alumn Jason Brown Featured in Research Magazine

MAPW Students Featured in Graduate College Newsletter

Victoria Banks Honored as 2019 CHSS Student Scholar for MAPW

MAPW Student Laura McCarter Finalist in Pitch Contest

LA LIVE Selects MAPW Student - Kandace James

Alumna Karen Pickell Publishes Debut Novel

Alumna Alla Umanskiy Writes for Kveller Magazine

Alumn Zachary Zoeller Featured in USA Today

Alumna Mackleen Desravines Debuts Film

MAPW Launches Two New Magazine Issues!

Alumna Karen Pickell Launches Press and other MAPW News

 

 

 

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