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Blackpool and the Fylde College

English Language & Literary Studies

This English degree is a unique blend of Linguistics, English Literature and Creative Writing. You will develop skills in recognising how fiction and non-fiction texts work and in writing your own texts. The course has been specially designed to enable students to become 'English specialists' as this course offers a unique opportunity to study three key areas of English. The degree also offers the opportunity for you to acquire a much broader knowledge of English than other courses offered at other universities in the country. By the time you graduate, you will be well equipped for post graduate study and many careers such as teaching, journalism, advertising, public relations and management.
Duration 3 years
Level BA Single Hons
Cost 2012/13 Tuition Fees: £6,000
 
Teaching is delivered to small student groups, through a variety of teaching styles. This ranges from formal lectures to seminars, workshops and one-to-one tutorials. Every year group has a personal and academic tutor assigned to them. Students can also access HE mentors outside of normal teaching hours. We timetable our teaching sessions over a two day period so that students can integrate part time work commitments and home responsibilities.
Requirements
Contact university for details
Modules
In Part 1 (year 1) you will focus on how writers create a text and study the key elements in a text. In Parts 2 and 3 (Years 2 and 3) you will look at how people are influenced by texts and the general topic of power relationships within and around texts and in our general and conversational communication. You will carry out research and be encouraged to apply your knowledge and skills in 'real' situations. Your studies will include theoretical, historical and cultural perspectives in text production. You will also be writing and creating your own texts.
Contact Information
Institution Blackpool and the Fylde College
Ashfield Road, Bispham
Blackpool
Lancashire
FY2 0HB

Tel: 01253 504343
www.blackpool.ac.uk
Department: Academic Studies
Contact Email: info@blackpool.ac.uk