Every year, we accept 4 – 5 students who have specific interests in scholarly topics. For instance, let’s say you’re a poet who wants to address the criminal justice system in your work. Once you’re accepted, we’ll pair you with a professor in the Rutgers-Camden Criminal Justice department who will oversee your work. You’ll complete two independent studies during your time here with that professor, and you’ll write a thesis that addresses your research.
Interdisciplinary MFA students are paid a stipend of between $10,000 and $12,000. They are also given the opportunity to teach composition for approximately $6000 per class.← Tell me more about the Interdisciplinary MFA fellowships.