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Media, Culture and Technology: provides students with a progressive understanding of the social, cultural and phenomenological impacts of media and communications technologies in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Studying Media, Culture and Technology at UNSW

The study of Media, Culture and Technology at UNSW is conducted through the School of English, Media and Performing Arts. Media, Culture and Technology can be studied as a major sequence within the Bachelor of Arts and combined degree programs. An Honours program is available, as is postgraduate study.

Media, Culture and Technology can be studied in the following Programs 

Program Code & Name At the Level of Plan
3400 Arts Major MEFTB13400
3402 Media and Communications Major MEFTB13402
3403 Arts Major
3420 Social Science Major MECTB13420
3427 Music/Arts Major MECTA13427
3429 Media (Comms & Journalism) Minor MECTB23429
3433 Media (Screen & Sound) Minor MECTB23433
3525 Commerce/Arts Major
3526 Economics/Arts Major
3703 Engineering / Arts Major MECTA13703
3841 Arts/Medicine Major MECTA13841
3930 Science/Arts Major MECTA13930
3931 Advanced Science/Arts Major MECTA13931
3933 Advanced Mathematics/Arts Major MECTA13933
3935 Science/Social Science Major MECTB13935
3936 Adv Science/Social Science Major MECTB13936
4035 Social Work/Arts Major MECTA14035
4760 Arts / Law Major MECTA14760
4761 Social Science / Law Major MECTB14761
4806 Art Theory/Arts Major MECTA14806
4807 Art Theory/Social Science Major MECTB14807
4812 Fine Arts/Arts Major MECTA14812

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