Bachelor of Journalism University of Canberra

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
Canberra
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The media industry is currently undergoing profound and rapid change. At UC we’ll prepare you for a career in mainstream media, as well as new and emerging formats.

Based on a solid foundation of journalistic writing and research, this degree teaches you skills to diversify into areas such as content marketing, social and digital campaigning and creative writing.

Study a Bachelor of Journalism at UC and you will:
create short and feature length journalistic and creative writing pieces
produce feature-rich written, audio, video, social and other online media content
develop production and presentation techniques in traditional broadcast, print, audio and video
develop online campaign skills to engage and mobilise the public
develop analytical and critical thinking skills
apply journalistic and communication theories
understand the role of the media in society and the impact of journalism on public debate
understand and apply the ethical and legal principles of contemporary media practice.
Careers

Print, radio, television and online journalist
Communications officer
Editor and producer
Media advisor
Social media coordinator
Online community...

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Additional Information

UC’s strategic location in the national capital, close to national institutions such as Parliament House and its press gallery, will be to your adv...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Journalism University of Canberra based on 1 review
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Student Reviews

March 2018
Year completed 2020

A positive aspect is the flexibility of the course, you decide when your lectures are that you attend and you can build your timetable around your other commitments such as jobs etc. This course is excellent as its such a direct pathway into journalism as a career which has always been a passion of mine
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