In a world of digital journalism and communications, it has become increasingly important to merge traditional media techniques with modern digital publishing skills and technologies.
This programme focuses on communication and media practice, encouraging you to be entrepreneurial and professional, with a diverse set of sought-after creative skills. Learn about multimedia, film, data visualization, app design and visual communication, among others enabling you to create and publish content across a broad range of formats.
You will have a whole range of opportunities, including exploring publishing and PR, examining the ethical and legal aspects of journalism, developing your voice as a writer, studying the context behind films, spending a life-changing year abroad or taking a year-long work placement.
The modules you will study include Introduction to Media Practices, Introduction to Media Communications, Global Media and Society, Introduction to Journalism, Journalism, Law and Ethics, Introduction to Film Criticism, Research Methods in Media Communications, The Publishing Industry, and Communication and Cultures.
Graduates are prepared so that they can work in traditional and contemporary media, publishing, teaching and information management where their skills in analysis, communication and evaluation are highly valued.