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Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Arts
Major In Writing
Students with a passion for writing will be offered the opportunity to develop skills in a range of genres of writing, as well as to nurture a capacity for creativity.
They will be able to study several areas of writing, such as autobiography, biography, poetry, drama, fiction, writing therapy and community writing.
Editor, Publisher, Reviewer, Novelist, Poet, Playwright, Speechwriter, Dramaturge, Copywriter, Community Writing Facilitator
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Students with a passion for writing will be offered the opportunity to develop skills in a range of genres, as well as to nurture a capacity for creativity. Students will be able to study several areas of writing, such as autobiography and biography, poetry, drama, fiction, writing therapy and community writing.
The Major in Writing comprises 120 credit points (eight (8) units) selected from the units listed below, with no more than 30 credit points (two (2) units) at Level One.
|WRT1101||Language and Writing||15|
|WRT1103||Creativity and Writing||15|
Select 6 units (90 credit points) from the following list:
|WRT3114||Writing and Editing||15|
|WRT3215||Authorship and Publication||15|
|WRT3116||Writing: Special Area Study||15|
|WRT3120||Biographical and Autobiographical Writing||15|
Note: Students may substitute one (1) unit from the English Major or the Children's Literature, Professional Writing or Editing and Publishing minors. Further substitutions require coordinator permission.
This major can also be studied in the following courses: