Course Details


Bachelor Degree

Study Load

Part Time

Study Mode

In Class

Course Location


Course Starts

Jul 22, 2024


4 Years (or part time equivalent)

Course Code


The University of Queensland

Bachelors of Communication / Arts (Film and Television Studies)


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Broaden your horizons and expand your employment prospects by combining the Bachelor of Arts with your communication degree.

This dual degree combines communication, an exciting new area of study that encompasses several disciplines, with a diverse range of arts studies. Realise your full creative potential and be in high demand with this empowering dual degree.

You’ll develop a critical awareness of how communication influences human lives, through courses that examine the many different forms of communication and technologies used to transmit information. You will grow your understanding and skills in a number of areas, including visual, written, multimedia, spoken and interpersonal communication, and research. Choose to major in Public Relations or Digital Media.

The Bachelor of Arts provides a flexible structure with over 40 study areas to choose from. Discover your passion while equipping yourself with the skills to succeed in the changing, global workplace. It gives you the opportunity to learn differently and base your expertise on understanding how and why people interact with each other and the world around them.

The core set of courses introduce you to the central features of contemporary communication processes and a range of complementary arts fields, and you then specialise with your choice of major and minor courses to tailor a career path that enables you to achieve your professional and personal goals.

Film and Television Studies

This major introduces you to the history, theory, and criticism of film and television.

Explore the commerce and aesthetics of film and television across cultures and history.

Critically analyse film and television style, and examine new industry and artistic trends ushered in by digital media.

Graduate opportunities include careers in education, festivals and events, publicity, marketing, film culture, screen corporations and film distributors.

For more information, visit The University of Queensland

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