The course combines theoretical and empirical study of the media including issues of media audiences together with the study of developments in information and communication technologies.
Modules include: dissertation in media and communications; issues and controversies in media and communications; qualitative methods in social and cultural research; making web cultures; the creative industries; media audiences; principles of media research; media, body and society.
Course Additional Entry
A UK 1st or (2.2) Honours degree or equivalent internationally recognised qualification in a media/communications'related subject preferably in the field of sociology. Applicants with other qualifications or equivalent professional qualifications and that have considerable relevant work experience will be considered on an individual basis. Students whose 1st language is not English require: IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 in all areas); Pearson 58 (with a minimum of 51 in all subscores); or BrunELT 65 per cent (with a minimum of 60 per cent in all areas).
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