Language Communication and Culture:

Creative Writing

Recognition Of Achievement

Let your creativity loose on the page.  Whether you are a lover of literature, a novice novelist or a passionate poet, Sheridan's Creative Writing Recognition of Achievevement  will teach fundamental writing techniques to help you enhance your written craft.

From your mind to the page. Write your own success story. Enrol today.

More information is available in the Program Description tab.

These courses are part of the Creative Writing Program.

Course Name / Code Expected Availability Select

Compulsory Course(s)

Successfully Complete Three (3) Courses

Crafting a Novel
Course Code:
LITT70001
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
Crafting a Novel: Part 2
Course Code:
LITT70002
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
Introduction to Creative Writing
Course Code:
LITT70003
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes

Related Course(s)

You may be interested in other courses in this field

Grammar for Writing Professionals
Course Code:
COMM70014
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
Writing for Publication
Course Code:
COMM70016
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
Writing Poetry
Course Code:
COMM70017
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
Writing Romance Fiction
Course Code:
COMM70013
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes

Program Delivery

This program is delivered via online (asynchronous) and virtual (synchronous) classroom. 

Program Description

Let your creativity loose on the page. Sheridan’s Creative Writing Recognition of Achievement program is designed for both beginner and advanced writers – learn specific writing techniques (including alliteration) and fundamental grammar and publication techniques that will help enhance your written craft. Our classes are perfectly suited for peer critique and support, all while helping budding authors hone their craft under the seasoned guide of decorated authors and publishers.

Our related offerings help students further explore writing areas of interest that may appeal to your inner novelist. Whether it’s your love of short stories, poetry, or personal narrative, these related courses are designed to help you build upon the foundational knowledge provided in our core three offerings.   

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Generate their own independent writing
  • Examine techniques behind 'good writing' including clarity, transition, wording, and more 
  • Edit peer work 
  • Write in various different backgrounds 
  • Craft a novel from start to finish
  • and more!

This program is perfect for hobbyists, or those who are looking to pursue writing as a career path. This is the first step to get your ideas out of your head and onto the page. Enrol today.

Recommended Program Pathway

For those just entering the program, the recommended introductory course(s) are:

Either one of those courses can be used as an introductory course, but it is recommended for those with little writing experience to start with LITT70003 Introduction to Creative Writing. 

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please contact our Opportunity Centre at caps@sheridancollege.ca or (905) 845-9430 option #3. 

This program will help develop your voice, story and writing techniques to further your career or personal hobby.  Collaborate with other writers, including our experienced writing instructors, while honing your written craft.

Sample job titles:

  • Novelist
  • Freelance Writer
  • Short Story Writer
  • Copywriter
  • Poet
  • Screenwriter
  • Fiction Editor
  • Copyeditor
  • Journalist
  • Blogger
  • Columnist