The Diploma of Media and Communication offers a range of choices in communications and journalism subjects. Areas of study include Broadcast Media, Journalism, Screen and Sound Studies, Strategic Communication, Writing and further studies across a range of humanities disciplines.
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This unique international, multi-disciplinary course will develop design managers and leaders as catalysts for strategic innovation and change.
The programme comprises compulsory modules of theoretical and analytical topics in areas such as innovation, creativity, team-working and leadership. Special features include analytical design exercises, multimedia educational material, research methods, case studies, design audits and international placements.
The aim of the course is to create closer links between design and industry and to widen the horizons of design management students, enabling you to make informed reference to the world beyond design – to users, the market, new technology, economics, politics, law and the global environment.
Entry criteria are subject to review and change each academic year.
The ability to work in an interdisciplinary manner solving problems using the latest analytical and computational techniques has been identified by several Research Councils and independent reviews as an essential attribute for graduates entering the world of employment in the 21st century. Our new Life Sciences BSc has been designed to fulfil this need. Graduates of this programme will be equipped to work in a variety of professions requiring an understanding of Life Sciences, as well as other professions that value analytical skills and logical thinking.
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The Life Sciences BSc programme is flexible, allowing students to draw together specific elements from the biological, environmental, psychological and sports sciences in a dynamic but structured interdisciplinary degree, with a strong emphasis on the analytical skills needed in the today’s careers marketplace. Students are able to choose their areas of specialisation while the degree is structured to ensure multidisciplinary breadth, with synoptic study bringing the areas of specialization together to develop interdisciplinary knowledge. Students may also broaden their knowledge by selecting optional modules from a wide range of non-science subjects. This allows students to be able to gain unique perspectives, and to graduate with wide-ranging and distinctive combinations of knowledge and skills that will help them to explore new and emerging career paths.