University of New England
Why study the Bachelor of Media and Communications at UNE? This course provides up-to-date knowledge of the rapidly changing field of media and communications. It includes film studies, from Australian cinema to Hollywood; television studies; news media; children's media; advertising; digital and social media; screen adaptations; creative and professional writing; and publishing and editing. Students choose to major in 'Media and Culture' or 'Writing and Publishing'. The course develops skills in media research, writing and digital communications, which are relevant to further studies and today's changing workplaces. Graduates who have successfully completed the Bachelor of Media and Communications may, on the recommendation of the head of school, continue to an honours year. The honours program shall include advanced coursework and a dissertation. Career Opportunities Examples include journalism, radio and television, marketing communications, advertising, public relations, corporate writing, public sector research and administration, communications strategy.
|Institution Name||University of New England|
|Course Duration||3 Years Full-time Up to 10 years Part-time|
|Course University||University of New England|
UNE was formed in 1938 as the New England University College, a College of the University of Sydney. The University became fully independent in 1954 and pioneered teaching to external students by correspondence, making UNE Australia’s most experienced provider of distance and now online education.
Our focus is on your future, providing you with a personal and flexible approach to learning. We offer more than 200 courses at undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and higher degree research levels with options to study online or on campus.