B.A. Media, Journalism and Culture

Cardiff Metropolitan University
In Cardiff (Wales)

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Important information

Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Cardiff (Wales)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Cardiff (Wales)

Through lectures, seminars and one to one tuition the degree will develop your ability to think critically and write cogently. From day one you will join a stimulating intellectual environment commited to maximising your potential through personal development and careers events.

Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Cyncoed Campus, Cyncoed Rd, CF23 6XD, Cardiff, Wales
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Starts On request
Cyncoed Campus, Cyncoed Rd, CF23 6XD, Cardiff, Wales
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· Requirements

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What you'll learn on the course

Media Journalism

Course programme

Course Content Year One

Year One consists of the four compulsory modules below:

  • History of Mass Communication and Culture
  • Media Scholarship
  • Understanding Journalism Studies
  • Representations
Year Two

Year Two modules are designed to develop and refine ideas and arguments introduced in Year One.

Year Two Core Modules

  • Doing Media Research
  • Advertising and the Consumer Society

Examples of Optional/Elective Modules

  • Reporting Science, the Environment and Health
  • Media and Democracy
  • Yr Ystafell Newyddion
  • Media Law
  • Social Media Trends
  • Global Journalism
  • War, Politics and Propgaganda
Year Three

You will build on the first two years, pursuing a wide range of more specialist and advanced areas of study.

You will have a choice of modules allowing you to specialise in year areas of interest. Each module is 20 credits where the dissertation is 40 credits.

Examples of Optional/Elective Modules

  • Media Law
  • Spin Unpsun: Public Relations and the News Media
  • Sport and the Media
  • Debating Quality TV
  • Yr Ystafell Newyddion
  • The Making and Shaping of News
  • Media, Racism, Conflict
  • The Mediation of Political Violence
  • Popular Music and Identity
  • 21st Century British Television: Industry, Form and Audiences
  • Citizen Media
  • The Creative and Cultural Industries
  • Managing Media Communications
  • World Cinema, History and Culture

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