The MA in Communication, Media Practice and Public Relations (PR) is designed for students who want to focus their energy on the dynamic world of social media, develop their creative practice and professional writing skills or are looking to work in an entrepreneurial environment.
This programme in Communication, Media Practice and Public Relations offers syllabus-based practice in professional, contemporary media skills, taught by industry professionals with academic backgrounds.
The programme in Communication, Media Practice and Public Relations allows graduates to add valuable and desirable professional media skills for careers in business, public and media relations, broadcasting, advertising and marketing and they also allow industry professionals to acquire new media skills and qualifications that will enhance their continuing professional development.
Modules on the MA in in Communication, Media Practice and Public Relations typically include:
• Visual Communication and Media Design • Video and Documentary Making • PR, Branding and Promotion • Reporting Terrorism • Global Media • Risk Reporting • The Business and Politics of Digital Media • Development Communications • Online Journalism • The Digital Edge
Career expectations are excellent for Communication, Media Practice and PR graduates. Media Companies, non-profit organisations, global business, government and the public sector value the fact that our Graduates have developed a range of critical and theoretical abilities and a creative and innovative approach to media practice. Our Graduates go on to work in business, marketing and PR, journalism, broadcasting, web-design, advertising, publicity, arts and cultural bodies.
The typical entry requirement for the Communication, Media Practice and Public Relations MA is a first degree, normally a lower second or above or equivalent professional experience. Overseas students are expected to possess an IELTS score of 6.5.
Recipient: Swansea University
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