This course prepares students for a wide range of roles in the media and cultural sectors. Students must complete 78 credit points (cp) in compulsory Media and Communications units of study. The Bachelor of Communication (Honours) ( C09047 ) is available to eligible students with an additional one year of full-time study. The overall goal is to develop an understanding of the process and tools of mass communication industries and their political background.
The theater, communication and media world is exploding with opportunities, and the School of Communication and the Arts is the place to prepare to meet that future. Learners will be encouraged to explore their potential and aptitude for a photography career path through practical application and theory.
The Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) prepares graduates for a range of careers, in fields such as marketing, advertising, editing, public relations, industrial relations, management, sales, tourism, administration, public service, and community work.
In addition, students must complete a major from an arts and social sciences subject area and have the option of completing a third major or elecitve units from arts and social sciences subject areas or another faculty in the University as permitted.
The Arts, Literature and Communication program will prepare students for university studies in fields related to the arts including education, law, communication studies, journalism, visual and performing arts, film studies, film production, english, creative writing, political science, foreign languages, public relations, history, translation, linguistics, theatre and many others.