The Bachelor Dissertation is an individual piece of research and writing on a single subject, which is completed in the final year of the degree under the guidance of a supervisor. It is then evaluated by an internal Academic Committee.

Learning outcomes:

  • Describe a relevant area of audiovisual communication and/or multimedia.
  • Identify research methods.
  • State research questions.
  • Identify literature for review.
  • Critically analyse and evaluate the knowledge and understanding in relation to the agreed area of study.
  • Integrate theory and practice.
  • Develop responses on the basis of the evaluation and analysis undertaken.
  • Communicate in written or other forms (i.e. graphic design, cinema, photography, etc.) by integrating, analysing and applying key texts and practices.
  • Demonstrate advanced critical research skills in relation to career development or work-related learning studies.