BA (Hons) Creative Writing and Philosophy & Ethics Find your creative voice and explore the history of ideas Course in Pakistan || Registration Open
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Develop your skills as a writer and grow your ability to critically engage in philosophical debate
Qualify with a degree that gives you skills in creative writing alongside the analysis, critical debate, and research of key philosophical and ethical questions.
You will have the opportunity to learn, and then specialise in, a wide-range of creative writing disciplines including: fiction, novels, screenplays and creative non-fiction.
In addition, you will learn to read and study key texts in detail, to think critically and analytically about important ideas and issues, and to write knowledgeably about questions which matter to you and society.
You will learn from our team of practising and published poets, novelists, and screenwriters, as well as leading experts in the fields of philosophy and ethics.
On this course you will:
- Study the craft of writing short fiction, poetry, novels, screenplays and creative non-fiction.
- Gain a critical insight into key philosophical questions and debates.
- Learn from our expert team of published writers and leading academics.
- Engage with contemporary issues in your writing such as climate change, race and sexuality.
- Build your degree around your interests.
- Meet and talk with agents and editors at our annual publishing panel.
Define your degree path by your creative and philosophical interests
In your first year, you will learn to tap into your own experience and engage with the wider world for creative material. You will also begin to examine the fundamental aspects of philosophical study.
In your second year, you will explore poetry, short fiction, life writing, flash fiction, and writing for children. You will also study more complex philosophical concepts including: political extremism, theology, justice, and bio-ethics.
The creative modules in your final year allow you to explore your discipline and genre of choice. You will also explore more specific genres such as YA fiction, flash fiction, digital writing, fantasy, and science fiction. You will explore the novel, short stories and poetry.
Your philosophical studies will conclude with options to explore revisions of historical understandings of religion, gender and sexuality.