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Interpret the classics. Craft your story.
Analyze the classics of world literature and hone your writing skills through this program’s innovative initiatives and collaborative opportunities.
As a student of Worcester State University, you will develop your critical thinking skills by focusing on the major authors, works, and literary movements of British and American literature. With the opportunity to concentrate on both journalism and writing, you will graduate with a strong language arts foundation–which you will need to succeed in a number of rewarding careers, such as teaching, publishing, business, and law.
Why study at Worcester State?
- Ancient Classics of Western Literature
- Medieval to Modern
- World Literature
- Short Story
- 20th Century Literature
- Science Fiction
- Fantasy, Faerie and Folk
- Film and Literature
- Beat Literature
- American Literature
- Postcolonial and Transcultural Literature
- Technical Writing
- Creative Writing
See the diverse career paths that this degree can prepare you for.
Explore a wide range of professional opportunities with your degree from Worcester State.
Where will your Worcester State degree take you?
In addition to pursuing their passions as published writers and poets, our graduates are working as screenwriters in Hollywood, editors in noted publishing houses like Houghton Mifflin and Little Brown, and teachers throughout Worcester County.
- Government Service
Meet Your Faculty
Elizabeth Bidinger teaches a variety of creative writing and literature courses, and she specializes in the study and practice of memoir writing. She has published memoir essays as well as scholarly articles on memoir as a literary genre. Her book, [...]
Jacqueline Morrill is an English alum of WSU with a Masters of Fine Arts in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College. Her poetry has been published in a variety of print and online journals such as The Worcester Review, Best Indie Lit New England and [...]
Riley McGuire is an Assistant Professor of English at Worcester State University where he specializes in nineteenth-century British literature, queer theory, and disability studies. Prior to joining the faculty at WSU, he completed his Ph.D. in [...]
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