Studying English and creative writing at Griffith, your flair for expression will be complemented by the relevant professional skills essential to an author in the digital age.
Our creative writing courses will not only inspire you to write but also help you build confidence and expertise, and equip you with a developed, critical understanding.
For his master’s degree, he researched non-linear storytelling and storytelling in relation to virtual reality.
He loved that he could apply the findings from his research to his work as a narrative designer.
Do you love taking people on a journey with the written word?
Are you fascinated by exploring and analysing the texts of the past?
You’ll explore and gain insights into some of the most exciting contemporary literature in drama, poetry or fiction, and you’ll appreciate the context of British, Australian and American historical literary works.
You’ll refine your craft and specialisation in areas including fiction, non-fiction, short stories, poetry or screenplays.
All students in the Bachelor of Arts complete core papers that cover effective communication, critical thinking and other transferable skills you'll need for your future career.
For a list of core papers refer to the Bachelor of Arts overview.