Creative writing modules count towards many qualifications at bachelors level but for quick reference, they include:
You can study creative writing as part of several degree programmes and pathways, including BA (Hons) English Literature and Creative Writing (Q86) and BA (Honours) Arts and Humanities (R14). With the latter you can study creative writing as part of a general Arts and Humanities pathway or you can take a specific creative writing pathway and have the subject named in the title of your degree. You can also study for a Humanities degree with a joint pathway including creative writing as one of the named subjects in your degree – for instance, BA (Hons) Arts and Humanities (creative writing and history) or BA (Hons) Humanities (creative writing and Spanish). Find out more about our qualifications and modules.
If you have some experience of writing, you can study for an MA in Creative Writing.
Since 2008 we have offered Creative Writing PhD study opportunities to highly qualified applicants.