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B communication media and culture

B. Communication (Media and Culture)


Who will employ me

Who will employ me?

  • Advertising

  • Public Relations

  • Media Liaison

  • Corporate Affairs

  • Communications Specialist

  • Scriptwriting and film production

  • Arts and Cultural Administration

  • Event Management

  • Internet Design

  • Journalism

  • Creative Writing

  • Technical Writing

  • Publishing

  • Editing

  • Research

  • Copywriting

  • Political Advisor

  • Government

  • and more…


What will i study

What will I study?

  • Culture, society and the media, including:

  • Cinema

  • Television

  • Radio

  • New and emerging information technologies

  • Music

  • Popular and youth cultures

  • Advertising

  • Print media

  • Organisational communications

  • Cultural policy and the creative industries


Ways you can study

Ways you can study

  • On Campus – lectures, tutorials, seminars etc

  • Off Campus – printed materials, DVD/CD, online

  • Summer School/Winter School

  • Exchange Programs


Degree structure

Degree Structure

  • Professional

  • Major x 8

Foundation x 5

Sub-major

X 6

Elective/

professional

concentration

X 5


Foundation courses 1 st year

Foundation Courses – 1st year

  • Communication: Rhetoric and Reasoning

  • Computers: Communication and Society

  • Communication, Culture and Indigenous Australians

  • Global Societies

  • Media Literacies


Professional major core courses 1 st year

Professional Major Core Courses: 1st year

  • Introduction to Communication and Cultural Studies

  • Screen Matters: film, television and new media


Professional major core courses 2 nd year

Professional Major Core Courses: 2nd year

  • Culture, Place and Meaning

  • Creative Industries and Ethics

Professional Major Core Courses:


Professional major core courses 3 rd year

Professional Major Core Courses: 3rd year

  • Communication Practicum 1

  • Communication Practicum 2


Professional major optional courses 1

Professional Major :Optional Courses 1

  • COMM 3006Advertising: Images, Industry and Audience

  • COMM 1017Australian Television and Cinema Industries

  • COMM 2043From Mickey to Manga: Understanding the Animated Image

  • HUMS 2032Gender, Sexualities, Race and Representation

  • COMM 2019Global Cinemas, Local Identities

  • HUMS 3038Hot Bodies, Cool Flesh: Sex, Race and the Visual Body

  • COMM 3043Internship in Communication, Media and Culture


Professional major optional courses 2

Professional Major :Optional Courses 2

  • LANG 3018Italy Close-up: Cinematic Identities and Cultures

  • HUMS 2024Mapping Everyday Cultures

  • HUMS 2025Multi-Mediations: Social and Cultural Uses of the New Media

  • COMM 2033Music, Communities and Fan Cultures

  • COMM 2050Music, Sound and Cultural Policy

  • COMM 2014Radio and Society

  • HUMS 3037Representing Reality: Photography, Video & Image

  • COMM 2005Television and Society

  • HUMS 3035Urban Cultures


Sub majors

Sub-majors

  • Either

  • Specialise, and choose extra Communication (Media and Culture) courses from the optional list

  • Or

  • Diversify, and choose from programs across the University, for example:

  • Media Arts

  • PR

  • Marketing

  • Languages

  • Management

  • International studies

  • IT


Electives professional concentrations

Electives/Professional concentrations

5 x 4.5 unit courses

in 2nd or 3rd year

(levels 2 and 3)

Another opportunity to either specialise in Communication, (Media and Culture) or diversify your interests!


B comm media culture course options

B. Comm (Media & Culture) Course options

  • COMM 3006Advertising: Images, Industry and Audience

  • COMM 1017Australian Television and Cinema Industries

  • COMM 2043From Mickey to Manga: Understanding the Animated Image

  • HUMS 2032Gender, Sexualities, Race and Representation

  • COMM 2019Global Cinemas, Local Identities

  • HUMS 3038Hot Bodies, Cool Flesh: Sex, Race and the Visual Body

  • COMM 3043Internship in Communication, Media and Culture


B comm media culture course options1

B. Comm (Media & Culture) Course options

  • LANG 3018Italy Close-up: Cinematic Identities and Cultures

  • HUMS 2024Mapping Everyday Cultures

  • HUMS 2025Multi-Mediations: Social and Cultural Uses of the New Media

  • COMM 2033Music, Communities and Fan Cultures

  • COMM 2050Music, Sound and Cultural Policy

  • COMM 2014Radio and Society

  • HUMS 3037Representing Reality: Photography, Video & Image

  • COMM 2005Television and Society

  • HUMS 3035Urban Cultures


B communication media culture

B. Communication (Media & Culture)

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