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  • Image, Text and Culture

    GRF-CMM19 | Undergraduate

    Find new ways to examine media texts and television shows. Take a closer look at the building blocks of narrative and genre. Dissect creators’ intentions using semiotics and discourse analysis. Sharpen your research and critical thinking skills.

  • Business Communication

    GRF-COM12 | Undergraduate

    Get down to the business of corporate writing. Leap from report writing to business documents. Improve your written and oral communication skills. Explore the relationships between clear communication, team dynamics and effective business management

  • Academic Writing

    GRF-COM10 | Undergraduate

    Punch up your academic writing skills. Grapple with the building blocks that inform effective essay writing. Consider the importance of structuring your arguments. Strengthen your ability to work with sources and to reference accurately.

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  • Creative and Professional Writing

    GRF-COM14 | Undergraduate

    Think about how your creative voice can fit across a variety of writing genres. Dissect plot, character and narrative structure. Learn to self-edit and incorporate feedback. Script dialogue, produce promotional writing and draft short fiction pieces.

  • Creative Writing, Forms and Structures

    GRF-CWR110 | Undergraduate

    Break down the fundamental elements that go into specific creative writing forms. Focus in on how poems are structured. Compare the way that scripts are written for the screen versus the stage. Write pieces of your own that demonstrate your knowledge.

  • Great Books

    GRF-LTR110 | Undergraduate

    Meet one of literature’s most famous characters in Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre. Resurrect the story of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Journey into Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. Explore what makes these novels and more considered ‘literary’.

  • News and Politics

    GRF-CMM18 | Undergraduate

    Venture into the arena of politics and current affairs. Explore the relationship between the media and political institutions. Produce a story informed by ethical and impartial journalistic practice. Develop and extend your journalistic writing voice.

  • Media Law

    GRF-CMM26 | Undergraduate

    Witness the impact legal considerations have on media output. Examine defamation and privacy laws. Learn about legal restrictions on crime reporting. Consider the role online communication takes in regard to intellectual property and free expression.

  • Introduction to Public Relations

    GRF-CMM127 | Undergraduate

    Cast an eye over public relations’ history and examine its development over the years. Analyse how ethics, strategy and new media come into play in this field. Put your writing skills into practice and produce a 10-point public relations plan.

  • Writing the Short Story

    GRF-CWR111 | Undergraduate

    Craft short stories while taking into account themes, viewpoints and structure. Query short story genres. Take a look at your own writing process and look for ways to improve it. Examine the writing industry and ask how you can break into it.