Communication is an exciting new area of study encompassing several disciplines.
This fully externalised course will be of interest to students wishing to combine the key attributes of information technology and new media design (web development), particularly those wishing to seek creative careers in the entertainment industries of games development, digital film, animation, sound design and web-based creative applications.
Combine digital media and law for careers applying your legal expertise in the communication industries, or your media skills in legal areas such as privacy, freedom of speech or criminal law.
Combine entertainment industries and law to work as a lawyer specialising in clients in entertainment arena, or as a producer or director of entertainment productions.
This program produces critically informed contemporary media professionals who are creative and multi-skilled communicators.
In this program you’ll be surrounded by a group of passionate writers of different levels and experience, led by lecturers who are skilled industry practitioners.
Change the way you think and challenge your assumptions about the world by studying the Bachelor of Social Science (Applied Social Science and Communication and Media Studies).
If you want to learn more about the way we communicate and the effect the media has on our world, the Bachelor of Arts (Contemporary Media Studies) is for you.
Explore the way we communicate and what effect the media has on our world.