The Bachelor of Media requires three years of full-time study (or the equivalent part-time).
The course is offered by the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law.
The minimum requirements for consideration for entry to all undergraduate courses are specified in detail in the University Entry Requirements.
This course aims to:
- provide students with a broad knowledge and appreciation of the development and current role of media – especially digital media – nationally and internationally
- allow students to develop and use transferable skills in digital media production
- provide students with an appropriate theoretical underpinning for their knowledge and skills
- equip students with a wider knowledge base by combining the study of media with study of one or two areas in the Creative Arts or in Public Affairs, thereby enabling them to apply their skills to a wider area of human activity
- provide students with the ability to work productively in a team in a media environment.
At the completion of this course students are expected to:
- have developed skills in the production of digital media in the Creative Arts or in Public Affairs
- be aware of a range of technical and design options contributing to high quality media presentation
- be able to discuss media theory and its practical application with a high level of competency
- demonstrate fluency in the vocabulary of Digital Media, which is necessary to gain and maintain employment in media industries or in the Creative Arts or in Public Affairs
- have developed the ability to work productively as a team member in the production of digital media
- demonstrate a high level of knowledge and understanding of a field or fields of study in the Creative Arts or Public Affairs
- be capable of producing digital media utilising their knowledge of the Creative Arts or Public Affairs.