UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY
SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS
Why UC Communication?
- UC is renowned for its Journalism programme and experts in Media and Communication. UC have active research and participation in areas such as health communication practice, crisis communications, activist and social change communication, social media ethical practice, radio and television journalism, Pacific and alternative media, and critical analysis of media in New Zealand.
- Opportunities for internships, industry projects, or community campaigns within local businesses.
- Flexible degree for electives such as languages, political science, cultural studies, business…
- Communication Strategy and Practice
- Political Communication
BACHELOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
The Bachelor of Communication (BC) is an applied communication degree, developing a broad skillset in media content production, planning, and research in international and national contexts.
Students will have the opportunity to use a variety of communication technologies, including digital, audio and visual, and social media. They will be able to apply critical thinking skills to a range of forms of journalism, creative projects, and communications scenarios.
This degree combines expertise in communication with courses in Digital Humanities, Marketing, Management, Media and Communication, and Māori and Indigenous Studies, as well as the College of Arts internship programme.
Duration: 3 Years (Flexible) Intakes: Feb, Jul Fees: NZ$27,938*/year
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