Literature is food for the mind, while Children's Literature nourishes future generations and future leaders. Every successful leader needs to keep alive the spark of imagination found in literature for children.
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Students are required to complete the following two units:
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|ENG1233 ^||Myths and Legends from Around the World||15|
|ENG1244 ^||Arthurian Myths and Legends||15|
|Plus complete two units from the following:|
|ENG3160 ^||Graphic Novels||15|
|ENG3214 ^||Freedom to Play and Victorian Children||15|
|ENG3464 ^||Fantasy Literature for Children||15|
|ENG3472 ^||Children and Poetry||15|
^ Core Option
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