Bachelor of Arts (Mass Communication)Back
This course involves the contextual study of the theory, history, ethics, criticism and practice of media, information, and new communication technologies. It combines scholarly academic study, critical and analytical thinking, professional conduct, creativity and practical “hands-on” skills.
The Media, Culture and Communication degree programme offers the opportunity for students to acquire knowledge and develop practical skills in at least two areas of specialisation: Film & Television – Corporate Production and Marketing OR Public Relations.
- Applicants are required to meet the University’s minimum level of entry. Credits towards a Curtin qualification may be granted to applicants with qualifications from other accredited educational institutions, including colleges, polytechnics and universities.
- Three ‘Ordinary’ level passes (minimum grade C) in the Cambridge School Certificate (CSC) GCE ‘O’ level and two ‘Advanced’ Level passes (minimum of 5 points) in the Cambridge Higher School Certificate (CHSC) GCE ‘A’ Level; and a grade C or better in ‘O’ level English, English Literature of English Language OR with separate evidence of English competency
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Bachelor of Public Relations (Hons)
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Bachelor of Arts in International Communication (Film and Television Studies)
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Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Marketing Communications & Advertising, Kingston University
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