Study English, Drama, and Film if you want to become a critical and creative thinker. Refine your critical engagement with a wide variety of texts and cultures, in different genres and media, and across different historical locations. Consider, in great depth, the role of cultural representation across a diverse range of genres, forms, and periods. Choose this course if you are interested in the relationships between literature, drama, and film. You will study theories, histories, forms, and genres of literature, drama, film, and media culture from the medieval period to the contemporary moment. There is a wide range of modules available to you from across all three subject areas – English, Drama, and Film – allowing you to find and follow your interests throughout the course. In addition, there are dedicated transdisciplinary modules that focus specifically on the intersections between film, literature, drama, and media texts and cultures. You will develop your critical skills via a range of teaching modes (lecture, tutorial, seminar, research supervision), through collaborative and peer learning, and independent, self-directed scholarship.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma without standardized exams 3.2 / 4.0 GPA or with standardized exams 3.0 / 4.0 GPA and 1000 SAT or 20 ACT.
The Student Contribution Charge is €2,000.Please note that to be eligible for the Free Fees scheme students must first qualify for the EU fee rate. Application deadline for EU students is February 1.
Blackrock-Glenomena DED 1986
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning