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Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Arts

Minor In Writing

This minor introduces students to creative, community, therapeutic and biographical forms of writing. It extends their understanding of the English language, literary research, writing practices, and publication standards.

Non-Standard Timetable Information (e.g. early start, weekend courses, etc)

This minor will become progressively available online from 2014 onwards. Students commencing study in this minor and who are eligible for advanced standing, may be required to complete units on campus.

Minor structure

This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The Writing minor introduces students to creative, community, therapeutic and biographical forms of writing. It extends their understanding of the English language, literary research, writing practices, and publication standards.



UnitDescription Points
Select the following unit (15 credit points):
WRT1101Language and Writing 15
Plus, select 3 units (45 credit points) from the following:
WRT1103Creativity and Writing 15
WRT3105Writing Drama 15
WRT3106Writing Therapy 15
WRT3107Writing Poetry 15
WRT3212Community Writing 15
WRT3213Creative Writing 15
WRT3114Writing and Editing 15
WRT3215Authorship and Publication 15
WRT3116Writing: Special Area Study 15
WRT3120Biographical and Autobiographical Writing 15
WRT3217Independent Study 15
ICS3201Arts Practicum 15
 

This major can also be studied in the following courses:

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