The programme investigates the dynamic relationship between digital technology and contemporary culture. We consider how the evolving media landscape is transforming the form and content of the things we read and watch, and how digital technology is changing the ways we write and learn. It provides an opportunity to engage with cutting-edge theoretical debates and practical advances in digital culture. This course is particularly relevant to people already working in, or looking to develop a career in teaching, digital media, information science and the knowledge economy more widely. This course provides a range of skills relevant across a variety of different professions. People who have completed this course have gone on to work in areas including media, lecturing, language teaching, academic support and marketing. If you wish to continue studying beyond this course, it will provide you with a strong academic basis to do so. Course progression routes could include Ph.D study.
This course includes the following core modules that all students complete: Year 1 Introduction to Digital Culture Digital Research Methods Digital Textualities Year 2 Digital Aesthetics Dissertation Occasional changes to modules and course content may take place. Students will be notified when applicable.
A 2.2 or higher in English or a related subject (Media, Cultural Studies, Philosophy, etc.) We are committed to creating educational opportunities for people from a variety of backgrounds and situations. If you have been out of formal education for some time, and/or you do not have the qualifications stated, we might still be able to consider your application and offer you a range of support. We are here to help.
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£3945||Year 1|