Media Communication - A2002
The Bachelor of Media Communication will create a new generation of thinkers, future-driven media and communication professionals who will dare to create positive change across all endeavours. With a choice of four specialisations: journalism, media, screen or digital humanities - the emphasis is on developing your practical experience and work-ready skills, so much so that you will be building a portfolio of real work. You’ll learn to focus on new ways of doing things, to challenge convention, and devise solutions that will take us into the next century
Throughout your course you’ll learn from leading industry professionals – television anchors and journalists, ward-winning writers and producers, creative directors and social media editors. People who are the movers and shakers of the communication world. Core units provide a thorough grounding in media studies together with a range of practical experiences in the Monash Media Lab. This culminates in your choice of a final year media project or industry internship that can be taken in an approved organisation in Australia or overseas. You’ll develop a rich capacity to tackle the complexities of the media industry with diverse social awareness and a global outlook.
The Bachelor of Media Communication equips you for global employment opportunities across the media industry and other professional domains. Career options include: journalist, media analyst, broadcaster, filmmaker, tv producer, advertising creative, copywriter, digital marketer, content producer, social media strategist, communications manager.
At a glance
|English||Maths||Sciences / Other|
|Start date||First semester (February) and Second semester (July)|
|Qualification||Bachelor of Media Communication|