Master of Digital Communication and Culture University of Sydney

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Masters Degree
1.0 year Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Master of Digital Communication and Culture is a unique degree that offers a flexible program of study in multiple aspects of digital communication and culture, including the latest developments in internet platforms, social media, research tools, digital audiences, mobile media, online governance, cross-media creative and games.

This degree provides a comprehensive platform from which to engage with digital technologies and their cultural contexts. You will gain an understanding of the recent literature on technological change and its cultural contexts.

Why study with us?
You will develop a critical understanding of the following areas:
aesthetics and politics of computer games and mobile media
production and circulation of knowledge in the digital era
diverse meanings and operations of networks
the activity of digital media audiences
diverse forms of regulation of the internet.

You may choose elective units based on selected and recommended pathways from Arts and Social Sciences, Sydney College of the Arts, Interactive Design and Electronic Arts and Information Technologies.

Graduates work as creatives, journalists, educators, strategists and policymakers in technology domains and in a range of technologically mediated industries and...

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Additional Information

Towards the end of your degree you will complete a capstone experience. This can be:

an internship organised by the Department of Media and Comm...

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February 2018
Year completed 2016

- Good for developing deeper grounding in media/communication and culture

- It's a very good university with highly qualified lecturers/tutors

- I'm not sure if there are any negatives...

My advice to future students is: Set your goal and study this course in such a manner that is based upon your goal ie ...

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