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Language, Social and Political Sciences
This course builds on the foundational skills and knowledge required for communicating news and information to various publics. Students will learn how to develop their reporting and multimedia skills to produce engaging digital content. They will also gain knowledge of their ethical responsibilities and learn to critically reflect on their own and others' media practice. The course combines analytical skills with practical experience, including fieldwork and internship opportunities, to help consolidate the links between theory and practice, and develop independence in professional work.
Limited Entry. (i) COMS331 (ii) Permission from the Head of Department.