School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts
The School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts offers a broad range of programs with a strong practical and industry focus, and is renowned for producing job-ready graduates – many of whom have gone on to outstanding success in their chosen fields. The School boasts excellent student facilities, including an on-campus film studio (which recently underwent a million-dollar upgrade), theatre, radio station, student newspaper and online student magazine.
The School offers the following majors: Creative Writing, Internet Communications, Journalism, Librarianship and Corporate Information Management (double major), Literary and Cultural Studies, Performance Studies, Professional Writing and Publishing,Visualisation Technologies, International Relations, History, Anthropology and Sociology and Screen Arts. In addition, students can select from a range of Postgraduate courses.
Do you have a talent or passion for writing, performance and theatre, English or culture? Communication and Cultural Studies allows you to explore and develop your skills in these areas.
Studies in Screen Arts provide you with the opportunity to unleash your creative talent in the audio visual medium and gain professional abilities in this challenging and exciting field of employment.
In an age of information overload, the world needs graduates who are information literate at an advanced level and who are able to locate, capture, retrieve and critically evaluate information.
Internet Studies is about the human dimension of the Internet: how people network, interconnect, and creatively design the Internet.
Curtin Journalism has enjoyed an outstanding reputation over many years for preparing students with the skills, understanding and professionalism necessary for a career in the media industry.
Study in both the Social Sciences and International Studies develops the ability to think critically, to analyse, to understand and research and the ability to work as part of a team