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Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description:

The English and Creative Writing sub-major and minors combine critical engagement with literary theory with a complementary exploration of creative writing techniques across a range of genres such as fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, auto/biography, essay, and plays. Students will examine the interplay between writers, readers and the text and the ways in which it is possible to question the social construction of knowledge through literature. As observers and participants in various cultural contexts, students will produce their own creative and analytical texts which exhibit an understanding of, and challenge notions of, narrative, genre, and canon.

Prerequisite(s):

N/A

Assumed Knowledge:

N/A

Courses:

Courses that are in majors, sub-majors and/or minors:
Area and cat no.UnitsLevelReferences
English and Creative Writing: An IntroductionCOMM 10614.51Note(s): 2
Writing and Text WorkshopCOMM 10454.51Note(s): 2
Reworking the CanonLANG 20424.52Note(s): 3
OR
Writing and Reading Short FictionCOMM 20584.52Note(s): 2
The Power of StoryLANG 20054.52Note(s): 3
OR
Writing and Reading PoetryCOMM 20574.52Note(s): 2
The Writer's WorldLANG 30424.53
World Literatures and EnglishLANG 30304.53
Literary and Creative Writing PracticeLANG 304093Note(s): 4


Rules:

Nil

Notes:

1.

A sub-major in English and Creative Writing consists of six courses (27 units), two of which must be at Level 1 (Introductory), two or three of which must be at Level 2 (Intermediate), and at least one at Level 3 (Advanced).

2.

Students must complete these four courses to meet the requirements of the Creative Writing minor.

3.

Students must complete these four courses to meet the requirements of the English minor.

4.

Students who choose to complete the 9 unit course LANG 3040 Literary and Creative Writing Practice as part of their sub-major, will be required to complete two Level 1 (Introductory) and two Level 2 (Intermediate) courses.

5.

Students intending to apply for the Master of Teaching (Secondary) with English as a Learning Area must complete a minimum of six courses or equivalent for a Major Learning Area, or four courses or equivalent for a Minor Learning Area. Applicants for the Master of Teaching (Secondary) must have both a Major and a Minor Learning Area to qualify for entry. Students should consult with their Program Director for a schedule of recommended courses.

6.

A minor consists of four courses (18 units), two of which must be at Level 1 (Introductory) and two at Level 2 (Intermediate). Two minor options are available: a Creative Writing minor or an English minor.

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