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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.
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Students are required to complete the following three units (45 credit points):
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|WRT1101||Language and Writing||15|
|WRT1103||Creativity and Writing||15|
|WRT1110||Introduction to Editing||15|
|Plus, students are required to complete nine units (135 credit points) from the following:|
|ENG3170||Diverse Voices in Literature||15|
|WRT3120||Biographical and Autobiographical Writing||15|
|JOU2111||Introduction to Journalism||15|
|WRT3215||Authorship and Publication||15|
|FAV2102||Scriptwriting: Short Films||15|
Graduates are able to seek employment in the expanding communications sector, as well as opportunities for freelance writing work.
Writer, Editor, Scriptwriter, Journalist, Publisher, Poet, Novelist, Playwright, Reviewer, Commentator
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