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The School of English, Media and Performing Arts offers four interdisciplinary, and vocationally relevant degree programs in Media:

The Bachelor of Media in Communication and Journalism comprises a core focus on media theory, institutions and media innovation, opportunities for specialist learning in Communication and Journalism, including significant practical experience in text production and text analysis, as well as a deep contextual and analytical understanding of media.

The Bachelor of Media in Media Production comprises a core focus on media theory, institutions and media innovation, opportunities for specialist learning in contemporary digital media production, including significant practical experience in established and emerging computer-based media technologies, as well as a deep contextual and analytical understanding of media.

The Bachelor of Media in Screen and Sound comprises a core focus on media theory, institutions and media innovation, practical skills in video and sound production, theoretical skills in contemporary media, with a particular focus on film theory.

The Bachelor of Media in Public Relations and Advertising comprises a core focus on media theory, institutions and media innovation, theoretical and applied knowledge and skills in public relations and advertising.



Media can be studied as 

Specialisation At the Level of Plan
Public Relations & Advertising Major MDIAA13434
   

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