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Professional Major Information Session. Communication (Media & Culture). Communication (Media and Culture) Program Structure. 24 courses, 108 units Professional Major : 8 courses x 4.5 units = 36 units Sub-major: 6 courses x 4.5 units = 27 units

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Professional major information session

Professional Major Information Session

Communication (Media & Culture)

Communication (Media and Culture)Program Structure

  • 24 courses, 108 units

    • Professional Major : 8 courses x 4.5 units = 36 units

    • Sub-major: 6 courses x 4.5 units = 27 units

    • Foundation Studies: 5 courses x 4.5 units = 22.5 units

    • Professional Concentration OR Electives: 5 courses x 4.5 units = 22.5 units

Communication (Media and Culture)Professional Major

8 courses (36 units) =

Communication (Media and Culture)6 Core Courses

Year 1Introduction to Communication and Cultural Studies Screen Matters: Film, Television and New Media

Year 2Culture, Place and MeaningCreative Industries and EthicsYear 3Communication Practicum 1Communication Practicum 2

Communication (Media and Culture) 2 Optional Major/5 Professional Concentration courses

Advertising: Images, Industry and Audience

Australian Television and Cinema Industries

From Mickey to Manga: Understanding the Animated Image

Gender, Sexualities, Race and Representation

Global Cinemas, Local Identities

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

Internship in Communication, Media and Culture

Mapping Everyday Cultures

Multi-Mediations: Social and Cultural Uses of

The New Media

Music, Communities and Fan Cultures

Radio and Society

Representing Reality: Photography, Video and Image

Television and Society

Urban Cultures

Need Help Enrolling?

Please contact:

Allan ‘Jack’ Robins/ Jenny Stokes (Program Support Officer)Telephone: 8 302 4561Email: [email protected]

Need more help?

Allan will refer you to:

Jean Duruz (Program Director MBMC)

Jean is available for appointments

Wednesday mornings


Thursday afternoons

Need a crash course in using computers?

1. Can you word process a document?

2. Can you search the Internet using a Search Engine such as Google?

3. Have you sent and received email?

If your answer to these questions is “NO” you are advised to attend

Introductory Computing

18th, 19th and 20th February

between 9.00 am and 1.00 pm

Magill campus

Contact Cathy Stuart (8302 4423) or Marie Stevenson (83024478) to register.

Using Computers at UniSA

  • In the Are you ready to study in …?session in Orientation week there will be a demonstration of important sites you will use on UniSA’s internal network. For hands-on experience with the Uni’s network come to an [email protected] Register online at the Orientation Activities Site which is linked from your Program Home Page.

  • Can youtype at least 40 words per minute? If not, you are advised to Google “typing tutor” to find an online program that will teach you how to touch type. Choose one that suits you and improve your typing speed before university starts.