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Digital and Social Media

The Bachelor of Communication (Digital and Social Media) degree aims to develop digital communications practitioners who can produce high quality outcomes in complex collaborative digital environments, especially social media contexts.

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The rapidly evolving digital communications industries require practitioners who are technologically literate, culturally sophisticated, innovative and resourceful. This degree develops imaginative, synthetic and analytical capacities, as well as practical skills across diverse technological platforms.

Studies focus on capacities for imaginative, synthetic and analytical thinking and communication, as well as practical skills in digital communication across diverse technological platforms and environments. Graduates are technologically literate, analytically sophisticated, innovative and resourceful leaders for the rapidly evolving digital communications industries.

Course

Why choose this course?

  • Equip yourself with practical skills to thrive in complex collaborative digital environments, especially social media contexts
  • Learn how to communicate effectively and develop the skills to creatively adapt to the challenges of continuous transformation in the digital environment.
  • Gain practical skills for the rapidly evolving digital communications industries
  • Develop informed and critical understandings of the role of technology in contemporary social life
  • Graduate with practical design and technical skills as well as social media know-how, and the ability to continuously adapt to new technologies and platforms.
  • Can be selected as a second major to compliment other major skills such as Journalism, Public Communication etc

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What the students say

Raymond Phan, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Digital and Social Media)Raymond Phan
Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Digital and Social Media)

“The industry is heading towards mass digitalization. This means more eyes on screens, and more dynamic user-centred content.”

Jocelyn Airth, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Digital and Social Media) Bachelor of Laws studentJocelyn Airth
Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Digital and Social Media) Bachelor of Laws

“UTS appealed largely due to its strong reputation for producing experienced and industry-ready graduates.”

Quyen Nguyen, UTS Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Digital and Social Media) studentQuyen Nguyen
Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Digital and Social Media)

“My time at UTS has definitely given me a stronger drive to experiment in the digital and social media industry.”

More information

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