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ARTS 5312. Studio Seminar. 3 Hours.

Students focus on socially and community engaged art practices. Each semester, the course will focus on a topic related to current theories of contemporary art and social practices. Topics will rotate and vary from semester to semester. Group discussions and individual research on the semester topic will serve as the conceptual and ideological catalyst for the creative work produced in the seminar.

Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, Editing, and Publishing
to assist students in their development as writers of fiction, poetry, and/or creative nonfiction; to provide practical, hands-on experience in the field of editing and publishing; to deepen a student’s critical engagement with language and literature, and to prepare students for careers as published authors, as well as teachers of creative writing in community colleges and universities, secondary schools, prisons, libraries, and community centers of various types.

Master of Arts in English
The MA Program in English at Sam Houston State University has four defined goals, all of which share the common aim of preparing graduates as scholars, teachers, writers, and advocates for the Humanities. The program strives to be dynamic, encompassing, and diverse in its approach to the study of language and literature, offering both surveys of Classical, British, and American literature, as well as seminars that challenge these traditions by taking into account diverse perspectives, other literatures, and a broad range of methodologies. By completing a series of seminars in the English language, in literature and textual studies, and in research methods and literary theory, the program aims to teach students how to: