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  • Objectives
    This new course is aimed at students who are interested in making a career in journalism or in a related area. Although the course focuses primarily on print publications, it also covers the world of broadcast and web journalism. The course offers the opportunity for students to undertake a work placement. BA Journalism is designed to develop writing skills, a nose for news and to provide a forum for analysis and debate. The course will enable you to become an effective journalist across a broad range of media.
  • Entry requirements
    Students should have 200 points from at least two six-unit awards or one 12-unit award. Mature students are welcome.
  • Academic Title
    BA Journalism
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Single Honours students study eight modules at each of three levels. Joint Honours involves four modules from each level in Journalism, plus four from your other subject.

    Level 1

        * Introduction to Journalism
        * Digital Media
        * Ethics and Practice in Journalism
        * Reading into Writing
        * Writing the News
        * Introduction to Editing and production

    Level 2

        * Journalism and Public Administration
        * Media Law and Ethics
        * News Editing and production
        * Investigative Journalism
        * Crime and the Media
        * Media Culture and Modernity
        * Web Design
        * Work Placement

    Level 3

        * Reporting and Journalism
        * Feature Journalism
        * Journalism project
        * Globalisation and the media
        * Autobiography
        * Screenwriting

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