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Media and Communication Studies: Culture, Collaborative Media, and Creative Industries (Online)
The field of media is constantly shifting. In the last decade, the changes have been rapid, and a new media landscape has emerged. The field of media is constantly shifting. In the last decade, the changes have been rapid, and a new media landscape has emerged — forever reshaping not only consumers but also creators and distributors of media. Today's digital media are characterized by participation and cooperation; media are wholly collaborative in terms of both production and consumption, and this is what is meant by the term ‘collaborative media.
The one-year master's program in Media and Communication Studies gives you advanced knowledge of digital media through practical approaches in the field. You will work creatively and in an explorative manner with different types of media while learning to evaluate them from a critical perspective.
Bachelor's degree (180 credits) or equivalent in social sciences, humanities, arts, or design studies.
General eligibility + the equivalent of Swedish higher secondary school English course B.
Letter of intent/Experience document 100%.
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The first semester focuses on examining key themes in communication studies and on how today's creative industries operate. During the second semester, you will learn more about the possibilities of collaborative media. The year ends with a (one-year, 15 credits) master's thesis.
During the program, you will have opportunities to network with and explore employment opportunities with representatives from different professions and organizations within and outside of academia.
Employment opportunities, open for graduates who wish to continue in academia, primarily include advancing in their teaching careers or moving into managerial positions, such as Director of Studies, Head of Department, Deputy Vice-Chancellor or Dean. However, a master’s degree in teaching and learning for higher education also opens up employment in other public and private organizations focussed on adult pedagogical development.
The program also allows you to pursue doctoral studies in research fields related to learning and personal development in higher education, such as didactics, pedagogy and pedagogical practice. The program is offered by the Malmö University Centre for Teaching and Learning at the Faculty of Learning and Society but is taught by researchers from several different departments and faculties. Examples of ongoing research areas within this field are challenge-based learning, learning environments, academic literacy, academic professional development, teacher and supervisor roles in higher education, and inclusive pedagogy.
Master of Science (MSc) in Media and Communication Studies
After graduating, you will have the qualifications necessary to work in media and communication. The skill sets and knowledge you develop during your studies are valuable to the fast-growing creative industries. Companies, governments and organizations are other possible employers as they become increasingly dependent on communication and media in their activities. This program is for those who want to take an active role in the development of the media field. It also provides a foundation for further, post-graduate studies.
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Malmö University is characterised by global engagement, community involvement, and a multidisciplinary, challenge-based approach to education, research and collaboration. A young innovative, urban and international institute of higher education located in the very south of Sweden. We offer English-taught programmes...
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