This degree program is typically delivered over 3 years at full time.
Over the course of those 3 years, you’ll learn not just technical abilities but skills relating to personal development, self-reflection and a general readiness to work in today’s Sports Media and Communications industries. You’ll also take part in client-led projects in your final year.
Over your time at Chichester, you’ll develop your skills as a researcher, as an analyst, as a communicator and as a storyteller. You’ll emulate professional practice by coving local sport regularly, which will also give you a portfolio with which you can impress potential employers.
Some of the modules you’ll be able to explore include:
- Factual Interview
- Filming Performance
- Independent Project
- Introduction to Sports Media
- Multi-Camera Live Events
- New Media and Sport
- Social Histories of Sport
- Sport and Film
- Sport and Television
- Sports Broadcasting: Studio Production
- Sports Journalism and News Culture
- Sports Media Production: Outdoor Sport
- Understanding Mega Sport Events