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Writing Major

Code: MAAAIP

Students with a passion for writing will have the opportunity to nurture a capacity for creativity and effective communication.

This will involve development of writing skills in a range of genres, including autobiography and biography, poetry, drama, fiction, journalism and scriptwriting, while also gaining an understanding of important legal, ethical and practical elements of editing and publishing.

Availability

Availability

Joondalup

Offered

Mount Lawley

Offered

South West (Bunbury)

Online

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Major details

Structure

Structure

Students are required to complete the following three units (45 credit points):

Unit Code Unit Title Credit Points
WRT1101Language and Writing15
WRT1103Creativity and Writing15
WRT1110Introduction to Editing15
Plus, students are required to complete nine units (135 credit points) from the following:
WRT2213Creative Writing15
ENG3170Diverse Voices in Literature15
WRT3120Biographical and Autobiographical Writing15
JOU2111Introduction to Journalism15
WRT3215Authorship and Publication15
WRT3107Writing Poetry15
FAV2102Scriptwriting: Short Films15
PRN2225Media Relations15
WRT3105Writing Drama15
WRT2106Writing Therapy15

Employment Opportunities

Graduates are able to seek employment in the expanding communications sector, as well as opportunities for freelance writing work.

Possible future job titles

Writer, Editor, Scriptwriter, Journalist, Publisher, Poet, Novelist, Playwright, Reviewer, Commentator

This Major can be studied in the following courses

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