Journalism and Communication
The degree’s comparative media focus ensures that the content is suitable for both local and international students. Students will develop production skills in the audio, video, print and online field and a portfolio of work suitable for presentation to future employers.
The program is taught by experienced media practitioners who work in contemporary mainstream media industries. Learning will take place in a variety of environments: lectures, seminars, workshops and online sites.
Assessments will build skills in research, critical thinking, essay writing, news and feature writing, audio and audiovisual production, online media production, teamwork, project management and reflective professional practice.
▪ The Master of Journalism and Communication program consists of 48 units of credit (UOC) or eight courses.
▪ You must enrol in at least one course per Semester.
▪ Courses are run in both the afternoons and evenings with full-time (one year) or part-time (two years) study options available. Some core and elective subjects are also offered in blended delivery mode, combining weekend intensives and online discussion.
▪ Students are also able to enrol in a Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Communication or a Graduate Certificate in Journalism and Communication.
A recognised Bachelor degree with performance at credit level or better. Significant work experience may be taken into account in cases where academic qualifications do not meet these requirements.
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Program Convenor: Dr Kath Albury
- Graduate Certificate of Journalism and Communication
- Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Communication
- Master of Journalism and Communication
For further information contact MJC Administrator Kerrie Whalan - email email@example.com or call 9385 8927.