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Masters degrees in Electronic Media offer advanced training in the theory, management and practise of human communication through digital means. Consideration is particularly given to economics and the financial aspects of the digital industries.
Courses range from taught MA and MSc degrees to research oriented MRes and MPhil programmes. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Media Studies or Journalism.
Electronic Media typically covers all forms of broadcast or storage media which takes advantage of electronic technology, and encodes a message of some form. This can include TV, radio, the internet and even mobile apps and interactive media such as games.
As well as exploring technical innovations within the digital media industry, you will analyse its role in society at large and the relationships formed with its audiences. For example, you could explore user-centred product design, the globalisation of electronic media, the culture of the internet, or even practices for online governance.
Careers are highly diverse, with roles ranging from frontline design of products and technology, to strategic management of online websites, including newspapers and magazines.
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Electronic Engineering is at the heart of many systems that we use on a daily basis, including mobile communications, computers, transport systems, most domestic appliances, TV, radio, music studios and gaming devices. Read more
* This course is 'subject to validation' which means it is going through the final stages of approval. Courses do normally get approved, but if for any reason this course does not then you would be informed by the university and we would help you find a suitable alternative. Read more
The emergence of new digital communication platforms has had significant impacts. Read more
How are social media linked to the economy? What role do they play in politics? How different is a life lived in and through social media? This MA addresses these and similar questions that have emerged out of the rise of social media, and their increasing domination of the media and communications field. Read more
The MA in International Journalism provides a dynamic and robust approach to teaching contemporary journalism through the lens of globalisation and digitalisation. Our interdisciplinary and cross-cultural methods draw on expertise in media and communication studies. Read more
The Education pathway of the Digital Media MA explores education in its broadest sense. in school, beyond school, in formal and informal settings, in museums and galleries, in virtual spaces, in games, in communities on and offline, in the everyday use of digital media. Read more
The Production pathway of the Digital Media MA is designed to provide students with a theoretical knowledge of digital media and the practical skills to apply that knowledge to future developments in digital arts, practice and future research. Read more
The MA Animation Production sees observation, drawing and an understanding of the traditional principles of animation as fundamental, but these are critically contextualised in relation to technology, history, theory and professional/studio practice. Read more
Our Digital Design and Branding MSc degree is a modern, hands-on course that combines digital technology and creative design. It has been designed to equip you with advanced knowledge and practical skills required for a creative role in the digital branding industry. Read more
The MA Digital Media is unique in its combination of practical and theoretical approaches to contemporary media and technology. Read more
The university’s degree programs at Parsons School of Design, The New School for Social Research, and other esteemed graduate institutes offer endless opportunities for creative, curious, and critical minds.