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Look around—you’ll find that MET offers a whole spectrum of choices, including degree and certificate programs at the graduate, undergraduate, and post-baccalaureate levels, noncredit programs for professional and lifelong learners, and more. You’ll engage in a vibrant learning community and gain real-world, hands-on knowledge to help you achieve your personal goals and career objectives.

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Course Spotlight

  • Creative Writing

    Introduction to Creative Writing MET EN 202

    Express yourself! Students who are new to creative writing or have had limited creative experience survey a broad variety of writing styles and formats, from fiction to poetry and non-fiction, and find their voice in each. Taught by fiction writer Adam Felts, learn the fundamentals of the form while discussing and vetting your work in a group setting.
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  • Writing of Fiction

    Writing of Fiction MET EN 305

    A unique opportunity for experienced writers to study under the tutelage of novelist Stacy Mattingly—co-author of Unlikely Angel, which was adapted into the Paramount feature film Captive, starring David Oyelowo and Kate Mara—this course will see students workshop their fiction as a class and get individual feedback from the knowledgeable instructor.
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Featured Program

  • MS in Software Development

    One of today’s largest and fastest-growing professions is that of the software developer. MET’s new Master of Science in Software Development will give you the technological skills you need to succeed in the field, while preparing you to excel as an agile-trained software development team member or project leader. The program can be pursued both on campus and online.

First class? Final semester? Reconnecting with your alma mater? Here’s the information you need: