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Journalism

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

Students will develop a sound basis in journalism theory and practice. They will critically reflect on the rapidly changing media and mass communication industries, and acquire the complex competencies needed in a multimedia environment particularly within the demands of current journalism practice.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MINOR
News Reporting COMM 1064 4.5 1 Note(s): 1
Media Contexts COMM 1059 4.5 1 Note(s): 1
Radio Journalism and Podcasts COMM 2077 4.5 2 Note(s): 1
OR
Writing and Editing for Publication COMM 2009 4.5 2
Media Law and Ethics COMM 2076 4.5 1
OR
Production for News and Social Media COMM 1063 4.5 1 Note(s): 1
SUB-MAJOR
Four of the courses listed in the Minor plus two of the following:
Professional Writing COMM 3037 4.5 2
Advanced Professional Writing COMM 3057 4.5 3
Advanced News Writing COMM 3021 4.5 3 Note(s): 1
Television and Video Journalism COMM 3060 4.5 3 Note(s): 1
MAJOR
News Reporting COMM 1064 4.5 1 Note(s): 2
Media Contexts COMM 1059 4.5 1 Note(s): 2
Radio Journalism and Podcasts COMM 2077 4.5 2 Note(s): 2
Media Law and Ethics COMM 2076 4.5 2 Note(s): 2
Writing and Editing for Publication COMM 2009 4.5 2 Note(s): 2
Professional Writing COMM 3037 4.5 3 Note(s): 2
Television and Video Journalism COMM 3060 4.5 3 Note(s): 2
Advanced Professional Writing COMM 3057 4.5 3 Note(s): 2

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. MBCD - Bachelor of Communication and Media students completing a sub-major in Journalism select this course
  2. DBCI - Bachelor of Creative Industries students completing a major in Journalism select these courses