The Department of Media, Film and Communication offers a diverse range of undergraduate papers. A degree from the department equips graduates with real-world skills applicable in a variety of careers, including some that don’t exist yet! On this page, you can find out the degrees we offer, the papers you can study, and what our graduates have done with their degrees.
To talk to a subject adviser
The department can give you further course advice to help you make the most of your studies. Please contact us to get more information or to make an appointment to speak with one of our staff.
We offer a range of degrees to help you tailor your studies to your interests. For more information on how the BA works and tips on how to structure your studies, check out the guide to the BA at the Otago Humanities website.
Film and Media Studies
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Film and Media Studies
- Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BAHons) in Film and Media Studies
- Minor in Film and Media Studies
- Graduate Diploma (DipGrad) in Film and Media Studies
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communication Studies
- Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BAHons) in Communication Studies
- Minor in Communication Studies
- Graduate Diploma (DipGrad) in Communication Studies
Papers offered in Media, Film and Communication
Our students study a range of topics from strategic communication to film history, to politics of digital media. Find out what you could study with us in the department.
Selection of Videos about MFCO papers
MFCO222, MFCO251, MFCO312, MFCO315 and Kristen Steven on Film (coming soon).
Optional Pathways Guide
Use our Optional Pathways Guide as an informal guide to help select your course of study. This can help you focus on different subject areas and topics within the range of papers on offer, and shows you where graduates have taken their studies out into the wider world.
Information on the Department's Alumni can be found here.
Resources for current students contains forms for your assignments such as the Cover Sheet, along with documents such as Departmental Regulations and further Essential Information.
Referencing Guide for undergraduates, based on the Harvard Style of citing and referencing.(PDF, 343 KB)Optional Pathways Guid