Digital Culture and Communications
NFQ Level 8 major Award Honours Bachelor Degree
Entry Route: Bachelor of Arts - LM002
Digital Culture and Communications can be taken as part of the UL Arts Degree as a joint honours combination. Review the subjects you can study with Digital Culture and Communications by looking at the table at on the BA Arts course page.
You want to learn more about media and culture, the individual in society, and to be creative in a challenging world. You are bright, perceptive and curious, good at working on your own but also in a team, keen to express and communicate ideas and opinions. You interested in a wide range of texts – social media, film, video, TV, books, news. You are open to new ideas, and to the power of words and images to inform, influence and convince.
Why study Digital Culture and Communication at UL?
The development of digital and social media has led to profound changes in our cultural practices. Increasingly, our lives are lived through mediated communication, which makes it even more urgent to examine the relationship between culture, media and technology. The pathway in Digital Culture and Communications is designed to address these challenges and to enable graduates to live and work in the digital present and future. Students will undertake modules which enable them to develop media production and media writing and to develop the critical and analytical skills to examine the relationship between communication, technology and culture.