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WRTC Master of Arts - with specialization in the areas of Public and Professional Writing or Health and Science Writing
Our Mission:
To develop writing professionals to be agents of change in evolving work and academic environments. Close faculty mentoring supports applied and interdisciplinary learning opportunities.
Our Vision:
To inspire and empower writers to improve the world.
Our Values:
Collaboration; Creativity; Professionalism; Diversity; Ethics

Graduate assistantships (GAs) are available to qualified full-time applicants. Assistantships cover all in-state or out-of-state tuition costs and provide a semi-monthly stipend. 

Full-time JMU employees can receive tuition remittance for up to 18 credits per year. 

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