University of Newcastle
Graduates of the Bachelor of Communication degree may undertake a further year of full-time (or equivalent part-time) study designed to further develop and encourage students in their area of interest in communication. This degree prepares students for careers in communication as well as providing a pathway into Research Higher degrees study. Program learning outcomes On successful completion of the program students will have: Acquiring discipline knowledge of communication theories for media industries. Demonstrate written and/or oral skills appropriate for academic and professional practice. Information literacy: expanding understandings of professional communication and media industry terminology, processes and practices. Critically apply discipline knowledge: developing skills using communication processes and technologies to create professional media products/outputs. Engage with ethical and interdisciplinary issues: develop an objective attitude to community dilemmas and sensitivity towards complex social issues. Capacity for analytical thinking: critiquing communication environments and processes to address multi-faceted communication issues. Critically reflect on professional judgement: applying creative problem-solving techniques including understandings of effective collaboration and teamwork.
|Course level||Undergraduate Honours|
|Institution Name||University of Newcastle|
|Campus Location||Callaghan Campus|
|Course Duration||Australian students - 1 years full-time or part-time equivalent. International students - 1 years full-time.|
|Course University||University of Newcastle|
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