Part time Master's Degree in Creative Writing in New South Wales in Australia

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Creative Writing

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Creative writing programs often provide an array of courses and workshops that allow students to gain hands-on experience under the guidance of recognized authors. Students receive extensive feedback as they work through the revision process.

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Master of Arts in Creative Writing

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1.5 years January 2019 Australia Sydney

The Master of Arts in Creative Writing is designed for experienced writers who want to further develop their theoretical knowledge and skills. Students learn valuable skills and work towards developing a major project under the guidance of an academic faculty member with expertise in creative writing. [+]

Students study one genre in depth or explore a range of genres and media.

Graduates of this course develop: general and specific skills in writing across a range of genres an ability to develop and critically revise their own work an understanding of the relationships of writing practice and publication across a range of media and contemporary cultural forms a critical knowledge of cultural and aesthetic debates, and an ability to think creatively and critically about, and contribute to, developments in cultural industries.

Career options include advertising, computing, creative writing, freelance writing and editing, journalism, media research, publishing or scriptwriting, and editing in community organisations or government departments.... [-]