Honours degrees in Media, Film and Journalism

The School of Media, Film and Journalism offers Honours degrees in Journalism, Film and Screen Studies, and Communications and Media Studies.

Monash University students in a graduation ceremony.
Monash University students in a graduation ceremony.

 

Honours is a fourth year (or part-time equivalent) that continues on from your undergraduate studies, creating a higher-calibre four-year qualification that allows you to specialise in an area of your choice within your discipline.

In addition to work in small seminars of high-achieving students, you will be developing and executing your own research project that addresses a topic of your own choosing in close collaboration with your own research supervisor.

Successfully completing an Honours year will allow you to finish your studies with a higher qualification, advanced skills in research and writing, specialised knowledge in a particular field, and the option of pursuing a higher research degree (MA or PhD).

Click here for general information about applying for entry to Honours.

Latest Honours news

Honours Scholarships

In 2018 the School of Media, Film and Journalism has undertaken to award 3 honours scholarships to the applicants whose proposed research best aligns with the research themes of the school. The scholarship would be for $1,500 each for Communication and Media Studies, Film and Screen Studies and Journalism programs. This scholarship will be awarded on the understanding that the student will confirm their honours enrolment for 2018 before the end of January.

For details contact the School Honours Coordinator, Dr Claire Perkins.

Where are the women in Radio?

Monash journalism Honours graduate Emma Nobel has produced an intriguing radio documentary, Where are the Women?, which was aired on Sydney-based FBi Radio’s All The Best on Saturday, March 7.  Read more … 

Click here to listen to Where are the Women?