For current offerings, visit Creative Writing. However, lecture and elective courses, when offered, are permitted in addition to the 18 credits in workshops but do not count towards the 36 credits required to fulfill a Major in Creative Writing.
Experiential learning and research As part of your coursework, you will have the opportunity to complete extensive manuscript production. Most students choose these electives from the following courses: Creative Writing offers courses in multiple genres, but may not offer classes in each genre every year.
Regular attendance and active participation in workshops is expected. Students must also complete 0 to 6 credits of electives. Students also have the opportunity to study Creative Writing as a minor in combination with another discipline or to combine their major in Creative Writing and the requirements of another BA program that offers a combined major currently Art History and Visual Culture, Cultural Studies, and English.
This writing can be from a single screenplay or several different screenplays. Learn from the best Study under a faculty of award-winning writers dedicated to helping students experiment with their prose and grow as writers.
You also have the option of taking a directed studies course, where you will investigate a creative writing practice and complete a significant writing project. Please note that creative writing majors are given priority registration for all level courses and we cannot guarantee there will be spaces left for students outside of the major.
As the number of places in the program is strictly limited, applicants must submit a cover letter and portfolio of their original writing in two different genres for consideration.
A four-year undergraduate degree. Students are encouraged to share their work and hone their skills with faculty who are actively involved in the editing process.
How to Write a Novel: A visiting writers series and Writer-in-Residence program provide additional opportunities to meet, and learn from, accomplished writers. The material must be of high quality and interest, and contain exemplary elements of, as well as attempt new directions in, technique that can be shared and studied.
Applicants also require a portfolio of completed films as a primary creator director, writer or producer. Additionally, courses are offered that appeal to and benefit students in a variety of disciplines, including management, science, and medicine. All students should view the Guidelines for Prospective Creative Writing BFA Majors for specific guidelines and course descriptions before submitting their manuscript.
See our course descriptions for a list of and level courses. There are normally applications for these positions. The number of places in the program is strictly limited.Creative Writing The Creative Writing Program offers a two-year studio course of resident study for third-and fourth-year undergraduate students pursuing a Major in Creative Writing.
Apprentice writers are offered instruction by faculty who work in a variety of literary and dramatic forms. The Creative Writing program at UBC’s Okanagan campus organizes author readings throughout the academic year and runs an annual short story contest. A visiting writers series and Writer-in-Residence program provide additional opportunities to meet, and learn from, accomplished writers.
General admission requirements. Admission Requirements Applicants to the MFA in Film Production and Creative Writing require, as a prerequisite, an undergraduate degree in film or video production or the equivalent in experience.
Applicants also require a portfolio of completed films as a primary creator (director, writer or producer). Program Overview.
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Creative Writing is a four-year UBC degree with courses in poetry, creative non-fiction, short fiction, novel, playwriting, screenplay, writing with media, editing and publishing, spoken word, and writing and community learning.
Save To Worklist Subject Code - CRWR (Creative Writing) For admission requirements for all courses see Creative Writing entry under Arts. Admission Requirements For admission to the M.A. program, a candidate must: Possess a four-year bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent) from a recognized university in a relevant discipline or in an area which is regarded as appropriate by the SLAIS Admissions Committee for the program.Download