Develop your ability to research, prepare and produce journalistic material for modern media formats, including online, radio and on television. You will learn about media law, the ethics of reporting and the role of journalism in society. During the course, you’ll create a portfolio of your work and have the chance to publish or broadcast your work to the general public.
In your second year, you’ll extend your creative, critical and entrepreneurial capacities through undertaking a project, and may have an opportunity to practice your journalism skills through an internship with a professional organisation.
The Journalism major is offered as part of the Master of Arts course, a hands-on course with a strong practical and industry focus, to prepare you for a career in creative practice.
High-achieving students have the option to progress to doctoral-level study.
Note: Some lectures in this course may be attended by both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Please refer to the handbook for additional course overview information.
How to apply
This major sits within the the Master of Arts degree. To apply for this major, you will need to apply for the Master of Arts. In step 3 of the application process, you will be asked to confirm the major you wish to study.
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