Language Teaching or Creative Writing?
Which is better to be taken as a master's degree?
If I had that choice I would choose Language teaching as it naturally includes creative writing - and then you can teach and write that great novel in the evenings.
You can learn creative writing by yourself, you don't need a degree.
Take language teaching, that way you won't end up starving till you get published.
Write and read in free time.
Language teaching. It will pay the bills for one, and for two it will do some good for the people you teach to learn another language as well. Creative writing doesn't need a degree. Good luck with whatever you decide!
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