Business & Communications
Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies)
Awarded by The University of Western Australia
Communication Studies is one of the most exciting, and rapidly evolving, areas of study in today's media driven world. What we know of the world and how we can act in it is critically related to the use of technologies of communication, from spoken language and written text to images on a screen or even avatars on the Web.
The Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) degree combines a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of Communication together with strong discipline-based training in the arts, humanities and social sciences. Core units in the degree combine theoretical knowledge with the development of practical communication skills, including the use of the latest digital multimedia technology.
This advanced standing course is unique in design as its curriculum allows current practitioners as well as professionals from diverse disciplines to undertake formal undergraduate studies in the area of Communication.
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The UWA Communication Studies Academic Staff
The Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) is taught by UWA Academic Staff, including:
The delivery of units may not follow the sequence as shown and is subject to change.
Facilities at PSB Academy
Students undertaking this degree will also enjoy an interactive teaching, lab-oriented learning and well-designed curriculum provide a total learning experience with includes a range of digital media production skills, and also how to use audiovisual equipment and editing software.
The entire programme can be completed within a minimum period of 2 years.
Assessment and Examination
Students are given a module outline at the commencement of each units. The outline provides the assessment mode and weightings for the unit. Most units have several points of assessments, which may include a mixture of individual and group papers, essays and examinations. Not all units are examinable.
The minimum entry requirements for The University of Western Australia’s Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) degree are:
Please note that all students must also meet the following minimum English proficiency requirements:
For more information on graduation requirements, please click here: http://courses.handbooks.uwa.edu.au/courses?section=finder&finder=12,25&title=Bachelor's+degrees.
April and September
Graduates of PSB Academy can enjoy fee rebates for subsequent courses. Please contact your Admissions Officer for further details.
* All fees inclusive of 7% GST and subject to change annually
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- updated on 4 March 2013
April and September 2012
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