Welcome to the School of Arts & Media, the largest School at the University with over 4000 creative students. There are also a large number of choices in Bachelor of Arts undergraduate majors, including Literature, Linguistics, the combined Literature and Language Major, Journalism, Pacific Language Studies, Pacific Literature, Pacific Vernacular Language and Theatre Arts.
We are proud to say that our learners have progressed to working with organisations including the Tate Modern, King’s College, Goldsmiths, Central St Martin’s, Camberwell School of Art, Imperial War Museum, Channel 4, The BBC, The Daily Telegraph, Sky Sports News, Rambert Dance and The Royal Shakespeare Company.
In addition,the UCIJAM adviser is able and willing to help guide students to graduate or professional school programs by teaching students more about application and selection processes. Communication and Media Arts major requirements and electives (36 credits) — as a Communication and Media Arts major, you will be guided to select courses that explore special areas of interest aligned with your career goals. Jessica has diverse experience working for performing arts organizations in public relations, marketing, production, general management, fundraising, and social media consulting. The School offers Diplomas in Pacific Journalism, Vernacular Languages (Fijian or Hindi), and Pacific Language Studies.
The University’s new Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts provides an unparalleled space for creative forces to work and come together in an academic or extracurricular setting. In line with this expansive vision, the School seeks both breadth and diversity in the design of its programmes. Our aim is to equip you with lifelong learning skills that will position you as a leader in the rapidly-evolving communication and media industries and help you remain competitive throughout your career. Attributes gained undertaking humanities-based studies at the School provide graduates with a wide range of internationally recognised career opportunities in research, government, teaching and industry.
Arranged for administrative and academic purposes into four divisions—Literature, Language Studies, Journalism/Media Studies and English for Academic Purposes—the School offers a wide range of courses in its various disciplines. The central question of this course concerns the management issues that arise from these dynamics. Official 1st Quarter Attendance: Please find the column in the lower right side that notes attendance-to-date for the 2016-17 school year.