English, Drama & Creative Writing

At BU’s Department of English, Drama & Creative Writing you can study English literature in a small, friendly environment.  Study works ranging from Aeschylus’s Agamemnon, Shakespeare’s King Lear, and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, to Tony Kushner’s Angels in America and Gary Schteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story.  English at BU boasts close contact with faculty; the inclusion, unusual for an English department, of classical literature; and the opportunity to take courses in creative writing and journalism.

The Best Argument for Studying English? The Employment Numbers

Employers consistently rate oral and written communication skills as a top job requirement.  The 2013 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in the U.S. found that student reading levels were higher the more frequently they discussed interpretations of what they read.

IMG_1541Programs of Study

4-year Honours Major
4-year Major
3-year Major
3-year Minor
4-year Minor in Drama
3-year Minor in Drama
4-year Minor in Creative Writing
3-year Minor in Creative Writing

(For more information, please see the most current course calendar).

English, Drama & Creative Writing students may also be interested in our new BA in Creative Arts degree. For full details see our Creative Arts brochure and website or contact the Dean of Arts Office at 727-9780 or email mottS@brandonu.ca.

Questions about the English and Drama program may be directed to Dr. Deanna Smid:

Questions about the Creative Writing program may be directed to Prof. Dale Lakevold: Lakevold@Brandonu.ca

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