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Department of Media and Communications. We live in a time when markets, human relationships, and cultural values are permeated by the media and flows of  Missing: microbiology.
The Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) degree offers you an exciting combination of academic excellence and professional training in media and   Missing: microbiology.
Research in molecular microbiology is needed to tackle problems in medicine, agriculture, environmental science, and biotechnology. This Unit of Study focuses.
Special admission pathways are open for domestic mature aged applicants who do not possess a school leaving qualification, educationally disadvantaged applicants and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Depends on subjects selected. Indicative Undergraduate Student Contribution Amount. International Undergraduate Entry Requirements. Students have undertaken internships in a variety of areas, including competitive national and international journalism placements, public relations and advertising agencies, national television and radio and major print and online media.