The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communication and Media Arts is a trans-disciplinary program intended to prepare the next generation of professionals in the fields of communication and media. Language arts development in elementary aged children includes all skills related to reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and visually representing ideas and knowledge as designated by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and the International Reading Association (IRA) (1996).
Number 3’s will probably have a variety of careers as they will not be likely to hold down one job for more than a few years. The Communication program currently offers a Minor in Advertising and Public Relations, which is open to students from all majors. You will also benefit from resources and facilities that prepare you for career success. We’re also home to one of the world’s best film and television schools, the Western Australian Screen Academy.
Students have the option of completing an additional major from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Table A or from another Faculty within the University as permitted. A standard pathway through the Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) degree is four units of study per semester for eight semesters. Communication training has become very important in 21st century so keeping these things in mind, different communication programs are designed. Students must complete 78 credit points (cp) in compulsory Media and Communications units of study. The first thing you need is to understand the purpose of your communication and understand the process of communication. The theater, communication and media world is exploding with opportunities, and the School of Communication and the Arts is the place to prepare to meet that future. For this reason, it is important we incorporate all six areas into elementary language arts instruction.
We welcome your interest and hope that you will take some time to explore our website and learn about our outstanding academic programs, opportunities, faculty, facilities, and everything else the College of Creative Arts and Communication has to offer.
The College provides students in the program state of the art computer labs allowing each stu-dent to have an individual work station, a study room for the realization of individual and team work, Video and film studio equipment provided including digital cameras, microphones, and other relevant material, and the most up to date digital editing software.