This course offers the chance to develop skills and knowledge in related fields of study at the intersection of media, information and new communication technologies. It offers contextual study of the history, theory, ethics and criticism of the various practices, institutions and discourses in media, communication and information. Foundation skills and knowledge for work in the corporate media and information field is provided with considerable breadth of expertise.
A Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism will help to prepare you for many different careers including print or broadcast journalism or other media-related positions. A good program will offer practical education in journalism and proficiency in journalism skills. Career choices include writing and editing for newspapers, magazines and publishing houses, magazine writing, feature writing, editorial, investigative reporting, and web communication. You might also study photography, creative writing, digital imaging or other relevant art classes.