Learning will take place within small class sized, project-based studio environments in which you actively participate and develop skills in key parts of contemporary media production processes.
You will be taught how to to develop and hone your creative process across multiple media formats, including film and video, podcasts, copywriting, social media, and interactives. You'll have access to state of the art tech and facilities including TV and web studios at RMIT's City Campus.
Throughout the degree, you’ll engage with broader critical analyses of the historical, theoretical and cultural contexts of media. You’ll experiment and innovate to help shape the future directions of the media industries.
You’ll undertake individual and group work and will also be assessed through presentations, exhibitions, staff, peer and self-assessment.
Our staff have many years of teaching and industry experience. Guest lecturers/practitioners, including industry experts and degree graduates, contribute to subjects through their sharing of experiences of working and developing diverse media careers and feedback on project work-in-progress.
Work attachments form part of the degree experience and will help you develop connections to the industry while you study.
All subjects are delivered in English. You will have access to online and digital resources. Additional assistance is available from the RMIT Study and Learning Centre.