Bachelor of Arts (Major: Journalism) (Fremantle Campus) 72 months Undergraduate Program By The University of Notre Dame, Australia |Top Universities

Bachelor of Arts (Major: Journalism) (Fremantle Campus)

Program Duration

72 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

JournalismMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Journalism

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The Journalism Major teaches you the practical skills you need to succeed in the competitive world of journalism. You will receive hands-on training in all genres of news reporting, including print, radio, television, video and online journalism. As well as these practical skills, you will learn the theoretical background needed to work in today’s media environment, including your legal and ethical obligations as a media professional. You will be encouraged to think critically about the media industry and journalism in particular. This includes how the media, often known as the Fourth Estate, impacts on our political institutions, the legal system, personal freedom and other aspects of a modern, pluralist society.

Program overview

Main Subject

Journalism

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The Journalism Major teaches you the practical skills you need to succeed in the competitive world of journalism. You will receive hands-on training in all genres of news reporting, including print, radio, television, video and online journalism. As well as these practical skills, you will learn the theoretical background needed to work in today’s media environment, including your legal and ethical obligations as a media professional. You will be encouraged to think critically about the media industry and journalism in particular. This includes how the media, often known as the Fourth Estate, impacts on our political institutions, the legal system, personal freedom and other aspects of a modern, pluralist society.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

84+
6+
176+
58+
5+
24+
1180+
70+
145+

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