Things are not always as clear-cut as people make it seem.
Each case is unique and the notion that getting a labral arts degree is a bad idea may very well be untrue for you.
The University of Iowa is known for producing great writers, and a lot of that is due to its graduate writing program, or more accurately, programs.
The University is home to several different types of workshops and writing programs.
It's a good idea for writers to learn about more than just writing, so Emory offers several classes that are designed to make students look at classic literature in new ways.
Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island may offer not just one of the greatest creative writing programs, but the coolest programs in general.
While most colleges will have you take at least one writing workshop to graduate, Brown University insists you take four.
For budding writers pursuing a degree in what they love, four workshops might sound like a dream come true.
As if that wasn't enough, it's also home to 'The Iowa Review', a prestigious literary magazine.
Illinois is the birthplace of many great writers, including Shel Silverstein, Ernest Hemmingway, Carl Sanford, and Ray Bradbury.