Why study Media Studies online?
Hone your critical thinking during your media studies major.
Step through the silver screen to meet cinema’s great auteurs. Tune into TV formats and programs. Thumb the pages of newspaper history to explore print media’s relationship with technology. Understanding Media Studies is helpful for anyone working in communications, digital, and marketing.
Studying online means that you can apply what you learn to all the media you engage with during your day-to-day.
Media Studies highlights
- Understand issues relating to media production and consumption.
- Develop research and analytical skills.
- Explore media from historical, social and cultural contexts.
Media Studies specialisations
- Critically evaluate technological implications.
- Engage with new media tools and developments.
- Build cultural engagement and understanding.
Major in media studies
Bachelor of Arts
- Major in Art History
- Major in Chinese Language
- Major in Creative Writing
- Major in Criminal Justice
- Major in History
- Major in Journalism
- Major in Literature
- Major in Media Studies
- Major in Public Relations
- Major in Screen Culture
- Major in Sociology
Study media studies single subjects
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