The Certificate in Writing introduces learners to university-level and professional standards of composition, revision, editing, research, documentation, grammar, and rhetorical forms. Learners gain instruction and practice in a range of popular nonfiction prose genres (i.e., memoir, personal essay, blog, travel writing), in the craft of creative and expressive writing (i.e., plot, setting, characterization, point of view, dialogue), and more.
Registration is available through Enrolment Services.
An overall average of at least 60% is required in 3 FCEs in English:
d) 0.5 FCE selected from: 1014, 1015, 1016, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2817, 3011, 3012, 3013, 3017, 3031, and 4115.
This certificate is not open to learners currently enrolled in any degree or diploma program from Lakehead University.
Information about Lakehead University's program-specific prerequisites, required documentation, and deadlines are important for you to understand and be aware of as you move forward in the process.
Depending on your academic background and the programs you are interested in studying, the admission requirements and application details will vary. Carefully review the requirements and steps involved to ensure a smooth application process. Get ready to start your application today!
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Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a Lakehead University Certificate.
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