1 x 1-hour supervised study weekly
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 DRAM3301, DRAM7500, DRAM7500A, DRAM7501, DRAM7501A, DRAM7502, DRAM7502A has been successfully completed
Assumed knowledge
Drama major in the Bachelor of Arts or equivalent
Topic description
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.
Educational aims
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