Anglia Ruskin University
Data de início
2020 - 2021
Bachelor of Arts
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Investigate all aspects of media theory and practice, from broadcast media to cyberspace. Develop your practical skills and your knowledge to become an all-round professional in todayâ??s fast-moving media. Our BA (Hons) Media Studies degree combines creative practice and critical thinking. You will engage with a wide range of ideas central to understanding our 21st century media environment. Central to your studies will be critical approaches to media, technology, culture, and identity. Youâ??ll explore current issues around our data driven society through modules in digital media theory and law, culture and technology. Television studies will also feature prominently, as well as modules that theorise popular culture and examine music, society and culture. Youâ??ll learn to analyse and debate the latest theories and discover the impact of media on all our lives. In particular, our Online Journalism module will allow you to combine both the practical and theoretical frameworks to understand the ethical responsibility of journalism in a 'post-truth' age. On our optional modules you can explore your interests or specialise your knowledge for a particular career, with topics including digital publishing (building apps), documentary filmmaking, radio production, animation, and computer coding. Youâ??ll also have the opportunity to carry out a work placement, or produce a commissioned product, in the area of your choice. On all of our modules, youâ??ll work with industry-standard equipment and software, including both PC and Macintosh computers with the full range of Adobe software including Premiere, Photoshop and After Effects. The media is central to today's global and interconnected society. Weâ??ll help you make connections in an industry that influences politics, economics and the rest of our culture. We also have a Facebook Group dedicated to helping you find work experience on film and video projects.