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Course outcomes

Throughout the course you will have the opportunity to:

Modules

To complete the Certificate in English Literature you will complete 21 credits of core modules and 9 credits of elective modules.

YOU WILL also study selected works by Victorian

YOU WILL explore key literary and religious

works by C.S. Lewis, and delve into fantasy, myth and literary imagination and the complex relationships they have with Christian doctrine, practice and beliefs. Key themes explored include: faith and reason, allegory and myth, and the cosmic view of the world.

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Title

ENGL255A

Text on Film and Location I

Credits 3

ENGL225B

Text on Film and Location II

3

ENGL478A English Literature in Context I 3 English Literature in Context II 3

C.S. Lewis, Literature and ENGL425H the Religious Life

3

ENGL425

Shakespeare Drama Practicum

3

IDSC480

Independent Study

3

Choose 9 credits from the following modules.

Business Studies

The Certificate in English Literature will prepare you for a wide range of careers and future study options in areas such as education, archivist work, museum employment, media, public relations, advertising and the not-for-profit sector, and administration.

Entry requirements

Elective modules

IF YOU choose to do so, you may also learn acting

skills as you work towards achieving a Certificate in Shakespearean Acting from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) and to perform an abridged Shakespeare play before an audience, set in Sylvia’s Garden in the grounds of Moor Close, Newbold’s most iconic building.

Code

ENGL478B

Core modules

and 20th-century authors, and have the opportunity to read text and poetry extracts in places such as the Chapter House of Canterbury Cathedral and the garden of Hardy’s cottage in Dorset. You will visit the Sussex homes of Virginia Woolf and her sister, the Oxfordshire home of C.S. Lewis and the colleges and eating houses that he and J.R.R. Tolkien frequented.

• read and research extensively • develop critical thinking and consider connections between existing knowledge and new discoveries • formulate critical responses to film and documentary viewing and making • perform and act with newlyacquired skills and confidence • develop your cognitive and affective intellectual abilities

Code

Title

Credits

MKTG425

International Marketing

3

MGMT333

Personnel Management

3

MKTG310

British and European Marketing

3

MGMT405

International Business Management

3

BUAD201

British and European Business Skills

3

YOU ARE normally required to have five GCSEs (grade 9–5, including Maths and English) and two A levels (with passing grades), or equivalents if you did not complete secondary school in the UK.

IF ENGLISH is not your native language you will also need to provide evidence that your English is of a sufficient standard to study at this course level. See our website, or page 30, for more information.

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