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Canterbury Christ Church University College


Creative Writing is available in a module during the third year.
Duration 3 years full-time or up to six years part-time.
Level BA Single Hons
Cost UK Home/EU Tuition Fees 2012/13: £8,500.
240 UCAS points, including at least a B in English (e.g., two As, or B,C,D).
Year 1: All students take three compulsory modules: Introduction to English Drama, Theory and the Novel, Introduction to Poetry. You make up your remaining credits by choosing three from this list of options: American Literature 1607-1880, Critical Approaches to English Literature, English Language: Present, Past and Future, Introduction to Shakespeare: Texts and Contexts. Year 2: When making up your 120 credits, you must choose at least one module from each of the two groups below. There are no compulsory elements. Group A: Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Bunyan to Smollett, Seventeenth-Century Literature and Society, The Canterbury Tales, Ways of Reading Shakespeare. Group B: American Modernism 1880-1960, British Romanticism 1785-1831, Ethnic American Literatures 1880-1960, Literature Between the Wars 1918-39, The Descent of English: From Old English to Standard English, Victorian Literature 1832-1901. Year 3: All students take the Final Year Individual Study. When making up your remaining credits, you must choose at least one module from each of the two groups below. Group A: Medieval Dreams and Visions, Satire 1693-1759, Topics in Renaissance Literature and Culture, Topics in Shakespeare and Shakespeare's Background. Group B: American Postmodernism from 1960, Creative Writing, Ethnic American Literatures since 1960, Topics in Contemporary Literature, Topics in Victorian Literature.
Contact Information
Institution Canterbury Christ Church University College
North Holmes Road

Tel: (01227) 782346
Fax: 01227 782888
Department: English and Language Studies
Contact Name: Programme Director: Dr Andrew Palmer / Jennifer Jackson: English Literature and Creative Writing Programmes Administrator
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