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The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English at Booth University College is a flexible interdisciplinary program that can be pursued as a three-year or four-year degree.
Combine an English major with a Film Studies minor and you can unite your passion for film and theatre with your love for reading, writing, and language.
The Booth University College English and Film degree programs and specializations offer students an opportunity to explore various literature from the past and present as well as develop critical thinking, writing and presentation skills.
Courses are organized in various ways: according to historical periods, nationalities, genres, themes, and theoretical issues.
The English and Film degree programs at Booth University College offers dynamic courses taught by passionate professors known for making their classes interesting, thought-provoking and fun.
Students value the small class size and the highly personalized approach, enjoying the opportunity to pursue topics of interest on their assignments and presentations.
This program places particular emphasis on understanding literature, film and related media within a larger context of liberal arts – philosophy, psychology, political science and history.
In addition to the Institutional Learning Outcomes, English and Film Studies courses, degree programs and specializations seek to develop in students the following skills:
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,960|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$5,450|
|English Requirement||Must include English Language Arts|
Maximum of 2 courses from : Arts, Language
Remaining courses from the following: Business, Math, Science, Social Science and Humanities
|Minimum Average in required 5||65%|
Applicants from outside of Manitoba must meet equivalent requirements.
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