Arts, Media and Communications​

The most obvious career pathways for media and communications graduates is work in film, television, radio and other types of journalism. Other career options may involve working in publishing, local government, marketing, public relations, theatre, teaching and education. A bachelors of Arts in Media degree program provides students with specific knowledge relating to media and communication trends, tools and concepts, the role of media and communication, theories and the practical application of media in the communications industry.

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