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Master of Communications
Area of Specialisation In Photomedia
Equips students to produce photographic images to professional standards in a range of contexts, for a range of uses.
Students will also demonstrate critical skills and understanding of the roles photographic images perform in specific cultural and communication contexts. These skills and understandings will be creatively integrated in the completion of a substantial inquiry.
Photographer, Photo Editor
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The Master of Communications (Photomedia) equips graduates to produce photographic images to professional standards in a range of contexts, for a range of uses. Graduates will also demonstrate critical skills and understanding of the roles photographic images perform in specific cultural/communication contexts. These skills and understandings will be creatively integrated in the completion of a substantial inquiry.
|CMM4122||Introduction to Research||15|
|Plus 90 credit points (6 units) from the following:|
|PHO4102||Photomedia Aesthetics and Histories||15|
|PHO4113||Discourses and Culture||15|
|PHO4201||Images and Narratives||15|
|PHO4202||Images and Pleasures||15|
|PHO4211||Photojournalism and Editorial Practice||15|
|PHO4221||Advanced Digital Photomedia||15|
|PHO4305||Studio Applications for Advertising||15|
|PHO4316||Landscape: Space and Place||15|
|PHO4320||International photojournalism and documentary photography||*||30|
* PLEASE NOTE: PHO4320 is run in Bangladesh. This unit is subject to quota, by application and invitation only. Please contact the unit coordinator for more information.
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