Communication and Journalism

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
201–250 place StudyQA ranking:4035 Duration:4 years

This program will be scheduled to commence at 2020. The Bachelor of Learning and Journalism/Bachelor of Science will combine the specialised disciplines of clinical, biological, chemical, physical and mathematical sciences with all the skills and capacity to communicate these within various professions, and to the broader public. Along with scientific experience, scholars will emerge with a package of communication, communicating and media production skills that may add a crucial dimension to their employability. Graduates of the double degree will navigate the contemporary context for mathematics at which global communication and media are pervasive and increasingly a concern for both emerging and current science professionals. Graduates utilized in diverse industries alongside those choosing to pursue specialised science communication careers (including science fiction ) is likely to soon be accommodated by this level combination.

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