The BA (Hons) Journalism course takes into account the rapidly developing news media landscape. It has been designed to train you in a variety of journalistic forms, including: • video • radio • photojournalism. Contemporary journalism has moved away from the traditional idea of print journalists writing stories that are published daily. The course offers a tailored and balanced approach, equipping you with the ability to not only produce written work but also be able to produce and edit video and audio material in addition to updating and moderating online content. The teaching on the course reflects the shift away from pre-existing and traditional methods and embraces current journalism practice. The course aims to produce graduates who understand the established conventions and know how to utilise the creative opportunities available for Journalist in their various formats through engaging multimedia content. While you may wish to pursue a career as a traditional print journalists, the course will introduce you to a variety of disciplines including: • podcasting • video production • radio journalism • media presentation skills. You will also be equipped to write for a variety of specialist publications, including fashion, sport, and music journalism. Graduates of BA (Hons) Journalism will have a range of career prospects open to them including work in print and online, news organisations at the national, regional, and international levels. Managing social media streams, as well as providing video and audio content. You may also wish to undertake postgraduate study to specialise in a subject you've already studied, or to explore something new.