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This course is offered on a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) basis to eligible domestic students. Student Contributions are established per unit and can be found in the unit descriptions within the course schedule. Click on 'View fees for this unit' and select 'Student Contribution (HECS) Post 2010 (PN)' as the fee type.
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The postgraduate coursework program in Journalism, Media and Communications provides students with core media skills - practical and analytical - and the opportunity to specialise within the field of journalism, media and communications. The program offers a selection of 'base' units, each of which is designed to allow students - in consultation with teaching staff - to focus on a specific area within the broader field, such as environmental and science communications, sports media, print, broadcast and convergent journalism, or public relations. As students progress through the program, they develop both the skills required by industry and to work independently, and a specialised knowledge.
Admission & Prerequisites
Direct entry to the Masters program will be granted to students with a Bachelor degree with a distinction average and a level of English equivalent to a score of 7 on an IELTS test (with no individual band less than 6.5).
Students with a Bachelor degree without a distinction average will be admitted to the Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate.
Students seeking entry into postgraduate courses based on employment experience only (i.e. no bachelor degree) can be admitted to the Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate.
Progression from the Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate to Masters requires results of Credit average.
International students who do not meet the requirements for direct entry at the Masters level can obtain direct entry at Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate level and package this with an offer for entry to Masters
subject to achieving a credit average at Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate level. International students seeking admission at the Graduate Diploma level must still demonstrate a level of English equivalent to a score of 7 on an IELTS test (with no individual band less than 6.5).
To produce graduates with the core skills to enter the industry and to work independently, and, where appropriate, a specialised knowledge within the broader field of journalism, media and communications.
Work in journalism, media and communications industries, including in print or broadcast news, online journalism, public relations, environmental and science communications, sports media, corporate or government communications.
Articulation to/from Course
Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Journalism, Media and Communications; Honours in Journalism, Media and Communications (Note: based on a completed Bachelor of Arts (Honours) JMC at UTAS, 100% will be credited toward the Master of Journalism, Media and Communication. Honours in JMC from other institution can also be considered for credit).