The degree examines an essential part of modern life – the media, and its connections with journalism and culture through politics, propaganda and digital communication.
Study the ubiquitous media industry and also English Literature’s connections between literature and film, art, music, history, language and popular culture.
Broadcast Journalism covers both radio and television journalism training and includes, studio production, feature construction and voice training.
Computational Journalism develops knowledge and skills through research-informed learning in digital journalism, data science, computer coding and digital development.
International Journalism offers a mix of practice and theory, techniques and advanced academic study and is particularly suited to any student with an international outlook.
Study the roles of public relations in the contemporary world through multi-platform content, marketing and digital communications.
Train to launch your own magazine by researching the market, developing an effective design, planning and writing editorial content and executing your social media policy.
The programme provides a solid background in business management theory and practice, specialised media knowledge and the skills to excel in the field of media management.
Explore national and international political communication and how changes in image-based politics, the 24-hour news cycle and the globalisation of media are shaping politics.