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Information relevant to 2003 – Course Schedules

Bachelor of Arts

Journalism and Media Studies

Course code: R3A  – For Year 1 units

Unit title campus offered weight prereq coreq m.excl enrol code
Environmental Journalism Hobart: semester 2 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102     HEJ202/302
Ethics in Journalism Hobart: semester 2 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102     HEJ209/309
Feature Writing Hobart: semester 1 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102     HEJ201/301
Online Journalism Hobart: semester 2 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Journalism and HEJ221/321     HEJ219/319
Professional Placement 1 Hobart: semester 1 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Journalism or equiv plus 25% level 200/300 Journalism units     HEJ306
Professional Placement 2 Hobart: semester 2 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Journalism or equivalent plus 25% level 200/300 Journalism units     HEJ318
Public Communications Hobart: semester 1 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102     HEJ205/305
Radio Journalism Hobart: semester 2 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102     HEJ213/313
Sub-editing and Layout Hobart: semester 1 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102   HEJ207/307, HEJ220/320 HEJ221/321
Television Journalism Hobart: semester 1 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102     HEJ303
Writing About Science Hobart: semester 2 12.5% 25% at level 100 in English or Journalism, or 25% of any Group 1 unit in the BSc schedule     HEA207/307
Plus the following units from other disciplines:
Espionage, Terror and Global Disorder not offered in 2003 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Political Science or equiv   HSP203/303, HMA259/359 HSA270/370
Financial Reporting not offered in 2003 12.5% HEJ101 and HEJ102   BFA103 BFA290/390
Foreign Correspondence: Foreign Policy and the Media not offered in 2003 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Political Science or equiv     HSA262/362
Marketing Communications Hobart: semester 1 Launceston: semester 1 12.5% for BCom: BMA101 and appropriate base-level for relevant major (eg BMA151, BMA181, BMA121); for another degree, successful completion of any 2 level 100 units (ie 25% of level 100) in a relevant social science discipline     BMA255
Mass Media and Contemporary Societies Hobart: semester 2 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Sociology or equiv   HAC225/325, HEJ215/315, FST259/359, HGA225/325 HGA273/373
Media and Politics Hobart: semester 2 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Political Science or equiv   HEJ211/311 HSA203/303
Media Law Hobart: semester 2 12.5%       LAW652
Media Policy not offered in 2003 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Public Policy or equiv   HEJ212/312 HSD227/327
Politics in Literature and Film Hobart: semester 1 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Political Science or equiv   HAC244/344, FST257/357 HSA204/304
Reporting Asia Hobart: semester 1 12.5% 25% level 100 Arts   HSA273/373 HMA260/360
Social and Political Research Launceston: semester 1 Hobart: semester 1 12.5% 25% at level 100 in Sociology or equiv (S3T: 25% from Schedule B)   HGA106, HSA264/364, HSD203/303, HGE202/302, HEJ217/317 HGA203/303
Spreading the Word: A History of Image and Text not offered in 2003 12.5% 25% at level 100 History   HEJ216/316, HAC210/310, FST291/391 HTA226/326
Writing Narrative Launceston: semester 2 Hobart: semester 2 12.5% 25% at level 100 in English   HEA202/302 HEA290/390

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