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PgDip-MLitt Journalism

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  • Objectives
    The course is designed to prepare students for a first job in journalism in the UK. It incorporates NCTJ curricula in practical journalism, law, public affairs and shorthand. Working in simulated news rooms, students learn key skills including news gathering and research, interviewing and writing. Students are also trained in essential journalistic practices such as team-working and meeting deadlines.
  • Entry requirements
    Journalism (MLitt/PgDip) is specifically designed for Scottish and UK students who wish to acquire National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ)* qualifications. It combines practical and academic skills, taught in purpose-built accommodation at the Jordanhill campus by experienced journalism practitioners and internationally-recognised academics.
  • Academic Title
    PgDip/MLitt Journalism
  • Course description
    Core Classes

        * Practical Journalism 1 - Content
        * Practical Journalism 2 - Production
        * Producing Media
        * Scots Law for Journalists
        * Scottish Public Affairs
        * Shorthand


        * Journalism and Society
        * Media Ethics
        * Investigative Journalism: History and Theory
        * Investigative Research
        * Covering Globalization
        * Manufacture of Consent
        * The Literature of Journalism
        * Journalists in Film & Fiction
        * Journalism and Cultural Politics

    MLitt Dissertation

    Entry to the MLitt is subject to satisfactory completion of the Diploma, ie good passes in all of the above classes (with the exception of Shorthand and Professional Placement) and approval of a dissertation proposal.

    The MLitt is aimed at students who want to gain proficiency in academic research as well as vocational skills. MLitt students submit a dissertation of not more than 15,000 words which enables them to further explore the analytical aspects of the course and to apply academic research methods to the examination of journalistic practice.

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