Master of Media and Communication
This degree is for those seeking to develop creative problem solving skills and an advanced understanding of media, culture, new technology and communication practices. Students can undertake internships in prominent media organisations, state government agencies and communication departments of major corporations, such as Fremantle Football Club.
How it works
The Master of Media and Communication has five majors which cover varied areas of interest, some of the majors have additional focus areas, called streams.
- Creative Practice
Streams:Creative Writing, Theatre Arts or Screen Production
- Professional Writing and Publishing
- Media Practice
Streams:Journalism or Corporate Media Production
- Social and Cultural Inquiry
Streams: Literary and Cultural Studies or Social Science and Anthropology
- Visualisation and Interactive Media
Regardless of the major or stream that you choose to study, the course includes a major project and an internship within your area of interest following the course structure outlined below.