1 Admission into HBA-Bachelor of Arts (Honours) 1a Admission into HBCACW-Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) (Creative Writing) 1b Admission into HBCADR-Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) (Drama) 1c Admission into HBCASM-Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) (Screen and Media) 1d Admission into GDPCACW-Graduate Diploma in Creative Arts (Creative Writing) 1e Admission into GDPCADR-Graduate Diploma in Creative Arts (Drama) 1f Admission into GDPCASP-Graduate Diploma in Creative Arts (Screen Production) 1g Admission into MCACW-Master of Creative Arts (Creative Writing) 1h Admission into MCADR-Master of Creative Arts (Drama) 1i Admission into MCASP-Master of Creative Arts (Screen Production) Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c or 1d or 1e or 1f or 1g or 1h or 1i))
Enrolment not permitted
1 of DRAM2301, DRAM7500, DRAM7500A, DRAM7501, DRAM7501A, DRAM7502, DRAM7502A has been successfully completed
Drama major in the Bachelor of Arts or equivalent
Students undertake an individual program of study on a topic in Drama. Students design their program of study in consultation with a supervisor. Suitable topics will provide scope for students: to develop in-depth knowledge about an aspect of Drama; to acquire relevant analytical, critical and research skills; and to demonstrate their learning in a scholarly form. Students meet regularly with their supervisor to report on the progress of their study and seek feedback on their work.
This topic aims to:
enable students to develop in-depth knowledge on a topic in Drama
enable students to explore relevant theories, methodologies and debates in Drama scholarship
enable students to present their learning in an appropriate scholarly form
develop students' research skills in investigation, analysis, criticism and theorising
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this topic students will be able to demonstrate:
in-depth knowledge of a topic in Drama
an awareness of relevant scholarship in Drama, including its methodologies, theories and debates
appropriate research skills in investigation, analysis, criticism and theorising
an ability to present learning in an appropriate scholarly form
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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