This course offers students a broad foundation in media including training in theory, research methods and contemporary topics; students examine today's global, digital and cultural issues shaping current media landscapes; students learn about the history of mass communication and key trends in emerging and networked media industries, including print, visual and interactive media; in addition, students explore how international media systems shape view of the world; students develop a range of media and communication skills that are essential for a variety of media platforms and activities; students learn research and analysis, how to plan and execute media projects and how to produce material in print, film and online formats.
Global communications; issues and theories in media and communications; media, communications and culture; research methods in media and communications; dissertation; digital media theory and practice; gender and media; issues in media and communication; journalism; media audiences and research; media in London; media law and regulations; political communications; political economy of media; specialist reporting; visual media.
Course Additional Entry
We require successful completion of a Bachelor's degree with a minimum 2.5 (out of 4.0) cumulative grade point average or its equivalent (e.g. 2.2 degree). We will continue to accept the following English language proficiency tests: IELTS; PTE Academic; Cambridge Advanced; Regent's University London on campus diagnostic test.
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