The focus of a degree within the joint honours programme at the University of Northampton is two named subjects. It can involve closely related subjects, or contrasting subjects. Depending on how much time you want to spend studying particular subjects, your degree may emphasise one of these subjects rather than the other (a major and minor programme) or there is the option of studying them more equally, resulting in a joint degree. By studying at the University of Northampton, you can be sure that:
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MMJ STAGE 1: • News Skills Part 1 (compulsory) (20 Credits) • New Skills Part 2 (Compulsory) (20 Credits) • Law and Public Affairs for Journalists (compulsory) (20 Credits) STAGE 2: • Design Skills for Journalists (Compulsory) (20 Credits) • Digital Skills for Journalists (Compulsory) (20 Credits) • Law and Regulation for Journalists (Compulsory for mj/Designated jt) (20 Credits) • Launchpad for Level 6 (Compulsory for mj/Designated for jt) (20 Credits) STAGE 3: • Journalism Dissertation (Designated for mj and jt) (20 Credits) • Media English and Culture Joint Interdisciplinary Dissertation A (Designated jt) (20 Credits) • Media English and Culture Joint Interdisciplinary Dissertation B (Designated jt) (20 Credits) • Journalism Practical Project (designated) (20 Credits) • Future Trends in Journalism (designated) (20 Credits) • Law and International Media Regulation (designated) (20 Credits) • Multiplatform Journalism (designated) (20 Credits) Module information is quoted for 21/22 entry. Please note that modules run subject to student numbers and staff availability, any changes will be communicated to applicants accordingly. English STAGE 1
- Reading Literary Genres (Compulsory)
- Language and Creativity (Compulsory)
- Contemporary Shakespeares (Compulsory)
- Literature and the Real World: Critical Concepts (Compulsory)
- Victorian Visions (Designated)
- Literary Extremes and The American Mainstream (Designated)
- From Fairy Tale to Fantasy: Children’s and Young Adult Literature (Designated)
- Centre & Margins: Postmodernity & After (Designated)
- Writing in the World (Designated)
- Representing Class: Stories and Conflicts (Designated)
- English Dissertation (Compulsory for mj)
- English Short Dissertation (Designated
- English Joint Interdisciplinary Dissertation (Designated
- Good Society and Bad Society: Shakespeare to Behn (Designated)
- Literature and Revolution (Designated)
- Bodies and Performances: Thinking Sex and Gender (Designated)
- Publicity & Privacy: American Authors and Celebrity (Designated)
- Texts in Transition: Adaptation (Designated)
- Gothic Worlds (Designated)
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
Applicants are normally expected to hold an English Literature or English Language A-level or an equivalent qualification
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|