Bachelor of Arts

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Media and Communication - unit set code MJ-AU00008

Media and communication is the world's fastest growing industry and is an area of rapid and continuous technological, political, economic, and social change. Much of the recent explosion in the stock of human knowledge is linked with developments in media and communication. Students will address issues and events in the industry at national and international level.

Core units

Level 1

Trimester 1

ALC101Unit description is currently unavailable ****


Trimester 2
ALC102Unit description is currently unavailable


Select 6 credit points with at least 2 credit points at level 3 from the following:

Levels 2 and 3

Trimester 1
AAM219Unit description is currently unavailable ***

ACT203/ACT303Unit description is currently unavailable

ALC208Unit description is currently unavailable

ALC209Unit description is currently unavailable

ALR276Unit description is currently unavailable

ASC246/ASC346Unit description is currently unavailable


Trimester 2

AAM220Unit description is currently unavailable

ALC215Unit description is currently unavailable

ALC314Unit description is currently unavailable *

ALC320Unit description is currently unavailable *

 

Note: The following unit may be taken in addition to the prescribed major sequence.

Trimester 1 or trimester 2 or trimester 3

ALC313Unit description is currently unavailable **


* This unit is offered in the wholly online teaching mode only. There will be no face to face teaching.
** Internship units are normally undertaken in third level (or equivalent) and are subject to completion of specified prerequisite units and special application requirements. Interested students should contact Arts and Education Student Support and Enrolment Enquiries on their campus for further information.

*** Also offered trimester 3

**** Not offered at the Geelong Waterfront Campus in 2012, re-offered 2013.

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