The Arts, Literature and Communication (ALC) program offers its students an opportunity to explore, create and appreciate culture in a well structured program. Our programs blend emerging practices with traditional communication so you can set yourself up for a career in the new media landscape. The Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) honours year is both a preparation for postgraduate study and a capstone to an undergraduate degree. Students must complete 78 credit points (cp) in compulsory Media and Communications units of study. Our courses are delivered at our Mount Lawley and Joondalup campuses, with Arts and Social Work also available at our South West Campus in Bunbury. This module will introduce students to the broad range of key concepts, debates and skills necessary to undertake further study in Media and Communication.
At SACAC, you will be exposed to unlimited possibilities, through interaction with industry members and academicians, a location that leverages the best of New Delhi and mass communication and media arts courses that encourage experiential learning off campus as much as on it.
The College has produced many successful graduates from its music and visual communications degree programs who have either transferred to a four-year college or immediately found productive employment in a host of fields, including music composition, education, public relations, graphic arts and design, printing, illustration and communications.
Graphic design programs include coursework in color and design theory, computer-aided design, typography and occasionally marketing, in addition to basic liberal arts courses. Many career options are available to graduates of arts and communications degree programs. The college is comprised of the Departments of Art, Communication, Mass Communication and Theatre, Music, and Writing, as well as the Reynolds Performance Hall.
Check out our Facebook page, Florida Tech School of Arts and Communication, for the latest themes, pictures, and celebrations. A standard pathway through the Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) degree is four units of study per semester for eight semesters.