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  • Objectives
    This Communication degree draws upon a range of academic disciplines - including English Language & Linguistics, Counselling, Modern Foreign Languages, Business Management, Sociology and Politics to develop a distinctive programme with three main themes relating to communication.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements No specific academic areas of study are required for entry onto the Communication degree programme. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and with a variety of experiences and qualifications, including A2 levels, Vocational A levels (AVCE), AGNVQ, BTEC and Access. You will need in the region of * 160 points for both the Joint Honours and Specialist programmes (including a minimum of two A2 levels or a 12 unit AVCE or a combination of the two), or * 160 points from BTEC National Diploma/Certificate, or * Equivalent Scottish, Irish, Welsh or overseas qualification, or * An equivalent qualification to those listed above (e.g. Access to Higher Education certificate, International Baccalaureate)
  • Academic Title
    BA Communication
  • Course description
    BA Communication

    Modules include

    Level 1

        * Perspectives on Communication
        * Communication in Action
        * e-communication
        * Identity - Self & the Other
        * Interpersonal Skills

    Level 2

        * Communication, Language & Culture
        * Research Methods & Writing
        * Language & Communication in the Workplace
        * Surveillance Society - Visions of Control

    Level 3

        * Communication Special Study
        * Thinking through the Body - Narratives of Health & Disease
        * The Web - Design & Evaluation
        * Sociolinguistics

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