Media Communications and Culture BA (Hons)

Designed for those with a passion for communications, this course will develop your digital and media literacies for a range of audiences across different genres and media.

On this course, you'll develop a wide range of skills in communications, media and cultural analysis in the context of the creative industries. It enables you to graduate with skills that are highly relevant to a range of media-based careers.

You'll explore the role the media plays in shaping culture, identity and interpersonal communications. You'll gain a professionally-focused understanding of media and society, developing a portfolio of practical skills in both visual and written work including advertising, public relations and journalism. You'll learn how to use media technologies to communicate in a variety of styles and formats, including pitches, briefings, video projects and podcasts.

The course equips you with a combination of practical expertise and theoretical insights, related to the broad fields of media analysis and public and professional communications, such as marketing and PR. You'll develop your digital and media literacy, writing, business and presentation skills and examine advertising, journalism, popular culture and questions of identity and diversity.

New degree for 2019 entry.

Design to develop media communications skills for fields such as marketing and PR.

We work with employers and industry partners to ensure your learning has real-life application.

Develop a portfolio in visual and written work.

Work on company media projects.

Media student opportunities at NTU include Notts TV, Platform Magazine, Trent TV and Fly FM.

BA (Hons) Award
September Start
Full-time, Part-time Study Mode

Entry Requirements For This Course

112 UCAS tariff points from up to four qualifications (two of which must be A-level equivalent); or

BTEC Extended Diploma - DMM.

GCSEs - English and Maths grade C

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