Taught by international experts in their field, and focusing on a wide range of theoretical and contemporary subjects, this course provides you with a broad social scientific understanding of the role of media, communication and journalism nationally and internationally. You'll be able to contribute to our journalism Tumblr page, as well as take on exciting work opportunities to boost your employability. This degree programme consists of a combination of media and journalism, and examines the political, technological and economic dynamics of the communications sector. The course focuses on a wide range of theoretical and contemporary subjects and will provide you with a broad social scientific understanding of the role of media, communication and journalism on a nation and international scale. You'll learn what it takes to become a journalist through reporting, producing features and reviews, and undertaking investigations in our £100,000 newsroom. You'll also have the opportunity to have your own work published on our website. You'll develop transferable skills through workshops and exciting news days and use audio, video and mobile technologies. You'll also benefit from the advice of our team of professional advisers and our fantastic newsroom, which was opened by former editor of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger. Graduates can find careers within news organisations, advertising, digital media, education, market research, media production and management, public relations and publishing. You could also go on to undertake postgraduate study.