CF08 - Master of Letters
At a glance
Study the Master of Letters to turn your interest in creative writing into expertise. This course provides an opportunity to engage in structured reading, research and writing under the guidance of an individual supervisor.
|Duration||3 years part-time|
On completion of this course, graduates will be equipped with advanced knowledge and skills to expand their career in the field of creative writing.
Study the Master of Letters to turn your interest in creative writing into expertise. This course provides an opportunity to engage in structured reading, research and writing under the guidance of an individual supervisor. The course is available by online study, enabling you to balance work, family and study commitments.
Why Study Arts and Humanities at CQUniversity
CQUniversity offers courses in humanities, psychology and social sciences in the areas of arts, professional communication, social work, psychology and human services.
These courses are dynamic and diverse,providing a solid basis for a range of career options. Our courses assist in developing your critical-thinking skills, oral and written communication techniques, research ability and capacity for further independent study.
Work experience and practical projects have also been integrated into many of our courses to ensure that your learning is relevant to your chosen career and provides you with the skills you will need in the workforce.
Our lecturers and academics are leaders in their respective fields and bring a wealth of practical knowledge and real-life experience from which you can learn. Our courses have been designed as a way to launch your career or to allow you to pursue specialist postgraduate studies and higher research degrees, which are also offered at CQUniversity.
Structure and assessment
You are required to complete four compulsory core units and two research dissertation units.
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If you have any questions regarding this program, call 13 27 86.
Credit transfer information
If you have already completed study relevant to the course you have enrolled in, you may be eligible for credit transfer.
To successfully complete your studies, you may be required to demonstrate that you can meet course requirements associated with your course. For more information on these course requirements please view the ‘Course Requirements’ section found under the ‘What do I need to start?’ page under the ‘Getting Started’ tab of the Student Handbook . Additional information on student placements and work integrated learning can also be found in the Student Handbook, on the ‘Course Features’ page under ‘Getting Started’.
Students are required to have completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline from a recognised higher education institution. Entry into this course is dependent on supervisor availability and is subject to approval by the Head of Course.
If you have English as your second language (international or domestic students born outside of Australia, Canada, NZ, UK, Ireland, South Africa or USA), you need to meet different English language proficiency requirements depending on the level of study and/or program you wish to undertake. Visit our English requirements page for more details.
Fees and scholarships
Degree-level students should check their Offer Letter to confirm the type of place they have been offered as this determines which fees apply to their enrolment. Students offered
- Commonwealth supported places are liable to pay Student Contributions;
- domestic full-fee places are liable to pay Tuition Fees;
- international full-fee places are liable to pay International Tuition Fees.
In addition to these fees, degree-level students pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee. NOTE: Some students who are exempt from paying Student Contributions and Tuition Fees, e.g. Research Higher Degree candidates, will be required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee.
Fees are calculated upon enrolment, and recalculated after any enrolment change made prior to census date. Fees are also recalculated after administrative changes or updates are made to a student record, e.g. changes to citizenship status or Fee Liability Category.
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How to Apply
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For further information
If you have any questions about the course, please call us on 13 27 86.
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