MA in Media and Communications - Global Media (Online)
The online master’s degree in Media and Communications – Global Media, from the London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA), has been designed to meet the increasing demand for the advanced skills and expertise needed to work at the heart of the international media industry.
Providing you with a comprehensive introduction to contemporary developments across numerous media channels and outlets, you’ll learn how these processes are shaped and defined by globalisation. LCCA’s experienced industry professionals will enhance your existing understanding of new information and communication technologies, as well as encouraging you to examine and question media concepts such as demographic identity and collective culture.
And to round up your programme, you’ll consider how the media business and its methodologies affect discourse among audiences across the globe, bearing in mind notions of ethnicity, nationality, and gender. On successful completion of the course you’ll have gained a broad portfolio of up-to-date and sought-after competencies which will allow you to take the next step in a successful Media and Communications career.
- Media and religion: Pope Francis' model of communication (20 credits)
- Media ethics in professional journalism (20 credits)
- Media and communication theory: introduction (10 credits)
- Research methodologies for media and communications (10 credits)
- Analysing media discourse (20 credits)
- Media audiences: understanding audiences and their behaviour (20 credits)
- Media, ethnicity and nationality (20 credits)
- Media, gender and identity (20 credits)
- UK Bachelor or equivalent (any class) or (ACCA F1-P1 min) or (CIMA Managerial level) or (CIM professional post graduate)
- Applicants who do not meet the stated entry requirements may apply via our Mature Route. You will be asked to provide evidence of three year’s managerial work experience, plus transcripts of your highest qualifications achieved to date. Applications via this route are assessed on a case-by-case basis.