Media and Culture BA (Hons) 36 months Undergraduate Program By University of Liverpool |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 101-150QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

22,400 GBPTuition Fee/year

Application Deadline

30 Jun, 2024Application Deadline

Program overview

Main Subject

Communication and Media Studies

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

In a world where political conflicts are negotiated through social media, labour is mediated by apps, algorithms discriminate users on the base of their race and class, art circulates through the blockchain, and entertainment is consumed via streaming platforms, it becomes impossible to disentangle contemporary culture from our digital technologies. The BA Media and Culture will provide you with the intellectual and specialist skills to critically evaluate and intervene in our contemporary society.
INTRODUCTION
You will study how art, entertainment and politics are produced and consumed through digital media, and how the new technological landscape affects the future of our society.
In year one, you will study the foundations of communication and media studies, and learn how to analyse digital technologies and social media. In your second year, you will explore the key debates of cultural studies and the methodologies for researching the culture industries. Your final year will include a major project where you will apply the skills and methodologies learnt in the first two years, under the supervision of an experienced member of staff.
The programme has a unique structure that takes advantage of the broad range of modules offered by the School of the Arts. In your second and final years, you will have the opportunity to select from a broad range of modules in Communication and Media, Sociology, Philosophy, English, Architecture, and Music. The wide range of options will allow you to pursue your own interests and specialise in particular media and cultural industries, such as music, cinema, photography, journalism, and videogames.

Program overview

Main Subject

Communication and Media Studies

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

In a world where political conflicts are negotiated through social media, labour is mediated by apps, algorithms discriminate users on the base of their race and class, art circulates through the blockchain, and entertainment is consumed via streaming platforms, it becomes impossible to disentangle contemporary culture from our digital technologies. The BA Media and Culture will provide you with the intellectual and specialist skills to critically evaluate and intervene in our contemporary society.
INTRODUCTION
You will study how art, entertainment and politics are produced and consumed through digital media, and how the new technological landscape affects the future of our society.
In year one, you will study the foundations of communication and media studies, and learn how to analyse digital technologies and social media. In your second year, you will explore the key debates of cultural studies and the methodologies for researching the culture industries. Your final year will include a major project where you will apply the skills and methodologies learnt in the first two years, under the supervision of an experienced member of staff.
The programme has a unique structure that takes advantage of the broad range of modules offered by the School of the Arts. In your second and final years, you will have the opportunity to select from a broad range of modules in Communication and Media, Sociology, Philosophy, English, Architecture, and Music. The wide range of options will allow you to pursue your own interests and specialise in particular media and cultural industries, such as music, cinema, photography, journalism, and videogames.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

35+
176+
6.5+
62+
88+
30 Jun 2024
3 Years
Sep

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

9,250 GBP
-

International Students

22,400 GBP
-

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