MA.-Computing; ;MA.-Information Technology in Distributed Systems
Recognised nationally and internationally, this program attracts students keen to expand careers in television/video, news and current affairs production, print, radio and TV journalism, and desktop and on-line publishing.
These programs focus on 'hands-on' training in journalism practices and production, along with associated studies and research in journalism, photojournalism and mass communication, relevant to the Asia-Pacific region.
Elective courses allow students to pursue interests in screen and digital production. Students have access to desktop publishing facilities, a radio studio and a broadcast-quality multi-camera television studio. Students participate in broadcast for community stations and write and produce an edition of the School 's own magazine.
The School of Humanities is one of the foundation Schools of the University. With over fifty staff it has a long tradition of research and teaching excellence in fields as diverse as creative writing and literature, film and television, history, Islamic studies, journalism and public relations, media studies, and sociology. Many of the school's staff are renowned internationally for their research1, and they bring their expertise to both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.
From our research projects through to our globally recognised programs, the School of Humanities combines traditional and emerging fields of study with a commitment to making a diffference in the world.