With a Joint Honours degree, you study two subjects and depending on how much time you want to spend on each subject, your degree may emphasise one subject more than the other, which is a major and minor programme. Alternatively, you can study your subjects equally, resulting in a joint degree. Joint honours degrees are taught in the same way as single honours degrees, with 120 credits taught per year, over three years. By studying at the University of Northampton, you can be sure that:
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- Based on the evidence available, the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Panel judged that the University of Northampton delivers consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. It is of the highest quality found in the UK.
- Whatever your ambitions, we’re here to help you to achieve them. We’ll support you to identify the skills you’re learning during your course, find your strengths and secure practical experience so that when it comes to applying for jobs or further study you’ll feel confident in standing out from the crowd.
- In fact, we’re so confident in our careers and employability support that If you achieve at least a 2:2 degree and complete either our Employability Plus Gold programme or achieve a Changemaker Gold Certificate during your time studying with us, but still haven’t secured full-time employment 12 months after graduating, we will secure a three – six month paid internship for you or support you into postgraduate study.
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. Education Studies STAGE 1
- Introduction to Education Studies Part A (Compulsory)
- Introduction to Education Studies Part B (Compulsory)
- Education in a Global Context (Compulsory)
- Educational Exclusion and Inclusion (Compulsory)
- School: Past, Present and Future (Compulsory)
- Debates in Education (Compulsory for mj)
- Young People and Society Part 1 (SEN and Inclusion) (Compulsory)
- Education and Heritage (Compulsory)
- Learning Through Educational Visits and Exchanges (Designated)
- The Psychology of Learning and Teaching in Educational Settings (Designated)
- Research Methods (Childhood and Youth and Education) (Designated)
- History of Childhood (Designated)
- Transitions for Children, Young People and Families (Designated)
- Education Studies Dissertation (Designated for mj)
- Education Studies Research Report (Designated
- Education Studies Joint Dissertation (Designated
- Education, Culture and Society (Designated)
- Issues of Equality in Educational Settings (Designated)
- Critical Perspectives on Current Education Practices (Designated)
- Emancipatory Approaches in Working with Children and Young People (Designated)
- Exploring Deviance and Disaffection (Designated)
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health (Designated)
- Educational Aims Values and Ethics (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 expected to have studied a Humanities related subject
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|