Why choose this programme option?

A Master's Degree in Media Studies is a specialized, interdisciplinary, post-graduate degree offered by the Faculty of Humanities.

The main focus of the degree is on media, democracy and development from an international, comparative perspective. Studying the media calls for interdisciplinary perspectives from both social sciences and the humanities.

The curriculum provides an understanding of different appropriate qualitative and quantitative research methodologies deriving from both the humanities and the social sciences. It also includes theories of media with their distinctive aesthetic character, social functions and meaning in a global world, and theories of development and social change in relation to culture, social identity and democracy.

The Master's Programme leads to the degree Master of Philosophy in Media Studies.

Target group of the programme

The programme is aimed at students with a Bachelor's Degree in Media Studies.

Published June 6, 2012 10:00 AM - Last modified June 6, 2012 12:28 PM