Journalism

The Faculty of Arts provides these units.

Subjects

ATS1901 News, media and society (semester 1)
ATS1902 News, media and social theory (semester 2)

Unit coordinator

Dr Fay Anderson, Professor Chris Nash
School of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies
Telephone: (03) 9903 4948
Email: fay.anderson@monash.edu , chris.nash@monash.edu

Student background

High level results across all units in Year 11.

Study mode options

Monash Extension Centre

Class location

Monash University, Caulfield Campus
Semester 1
Lecture: Tuesdays, 5 pm - 6 pm (Building K, Room K321)
Tutorial: Tuesdays, 6 pm - 8 pm (Building B, Room 4.31)
First class: Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Semester 2
Lecture: Mondays, 5 pm - 6 pm (Room: T.B.A)
Tutorial: Mondays, 6 pm - 8 pm (Room: T.B.A)

Class requirements

Classes run for 3 hours per week plus one hour online discussion. Attendance at weekly classes is compulsory.
Semester one commences in late February and finishes in late May. Semester two commences in mid-July and finishes at the end of September or the beginning of October so as not to interfere with VCE examinations.

Credit arrangements

Students who successfully complete ATS1901 and ATS1902 and subsequently gain a place in a Monash University degree that allows a Journalism Studies sequence will have the following options:
OPTION 1: Receiving credit
Students may elect to receive credit for the successful completion of these units and then enrol in subsequent units in Journalism Studies at second year level and subsequently third year level units.
OPTION 2: No credit but advanced placement
Students who wish to maximise the amount of Journalism Studies they can study in their degree may use their Monash Extension units as a prerequisite to allow them to enrol in subsequent units for which ATS1901 and ATS1902 are pre-requisites.