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Social Media

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

The Social Media major addresses the use of social media in contemporary society. This major will examine our widespread use of social media as a communication channel, and to critically analyse the role and prevalence of social media in contemporary society.

 

Prerequisite(s)

N/A

Assumed Knowledge

N/A

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
SOCIAL MEDIA MAJOR
Introduction to Digital Media INFT 1014 4.5 1
Public Relations Theory and Practice COMM 1057 4.5 1
Introduction to Social Media COMM 1071 4.5 1
Media Law and Ethics COMM 2076 4.5 2
Content Creation for Media COMM 2079 4.5 2
Applications for Social Media Data INFS 3082 4.5 3
Virtual Reality Storytelling COMM 3081 4.5 3
Social Media Engagement COMM 3083 4.5 3
SOCIAL MEDIA SUB-MAJOR
Introduction to Social Media COMM 1071 4.5 1 Note(s): 1,2
Public Relations Theory and Practice COMM 1057 4.5 1 Note(s): 1
Production for News and Social Media COMM 1063 4.5 1 Note(s): 2
Content Creation for Media COMM 2079 4.5 2 Note(s): 1
Introduction to Digital Media INFT 1014 4.5 1 Note(s): 2
Virtual Reality Storytelling COMM 3081 4.5 3 Note(s): 1,2
Applications for Social Media Data INFS 3082 4.5 3 Note(s): 1,2
Social Media Engagement COMM 3083 4.5 3 Note(s): 1
Industry and Practice PERF 3006 4.5 3 Note(s): 2
SOCIAL MEDIA MINOR
Introduction to Social Media COMM 1071 4.5 1
Public Relations Theory and Practice COMM 1057 4.5 1
Content Creation for Media COMM 2079 4.5 2
Social Media Engagement COMM 3083 4.5 3 Note(s): 3
OR
Media Law and Ethics COMM 2076 4.5 2

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing (MBJR) students select these courses as a sub-major.
  2. Bachelor of Communication and Media (MBCD) students select these courses as a sub-major.
  3. Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing (MBJR) students select this course.