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Social Sciences Media & Communication

Certificate for Module (Media Regulation and Management)
證書(單元:媒體的法規及管制)

New Course
Course Code
DP104A
Application Code
1670-DP104A

Study mode
Part-time
Start Date
To be advised
Duration
12 weeks
Language
English
Course Fee
HK$10,000

This 36-hour Certificate programme is designed for those want to understand better the contextual factors that shape media structures, policies and management practices. It aims to critically review strategic and operational opportunities as well as the problems of media organisations within the current information environment.  With reference to socio-legal perspectives on media and regulatory issues, a comparative analysis of models and principles of media regulation governing access to media infrastructure and content in both conventional mass media and new digital communications technologies will be included.

QF Level

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QF Level: 6

QR Registration No.: 19/000083/L6

Validity Period: from 01 Feb 2019 to on-going

Intended Learning Outcomes

On completion of the certificate for module, students should be able to:

  1. review strategic and operational opportunities and problems of media organisations critically;
  2. critically evaluate media practices and institutions from social, legal and political perspectives;
  3. analyse the models and principles of media regulation in local and global contexts;
  4. make critical judgments on current debates concerning media regulation and media management.

 

Syllabus

  • Historical trends and patterns in media economics and management
  • Principles of media management and regulation (I): Neo-liberalism
  • Principles of media management and regulation (II): Globalism versus protectionism
  • Media operational strategies and constraints in global economy
  • Organisational structure and management in sectors of the media industry
  • Advertising and marketing management for media organisations
  • Regulatory influences on cross ownership and media concentration
  • Issues in media product management (I): Obscenity and indecency
  • Issues in media product management (II): Copyright and intellectual property
  • Issues in media product management (III): Freedom of expression versus censorship
  • New challenges and opportunities: Strategic opportunities on the Internet and mobile media
  • The role of ethics in media management and self-regulation of media workers
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Venue

To complete the programme, students are required to achieve 80% attendance of the programme and pass all the assignment. A Certificate for Module (Media Regulation and Management) will be awarded within the HKU system through HKU SPACE to those who have successfully completed the programme. 

Teaching Mode

Lectures (24 hours):

As a critique-based programme, a lecture-preview reading assignment is given for each lecture. It consists of a small portion of the reading that will serve as a quick yet crucial introduction to the lecture. Students are required to do the reading before the lecture.

Site visits/Seminars (12 hours):

In seminars, students will be asked to form small groups to discuss, critically examine and present an assigned topic, as well as working on an extended research project. Before each seminar, students are required to finish assigned readings (usually two book chapters and/or a journal article) and to do extensive individual research after class. The seminars allow students to engage in peer discussions, to develop critical and analytical skills. Students will explore a variety of skills in analysing images and media texts.

Assessment

Group oral presentation (60%) + Written assignment (40%) 

Applicants should

1. (a)     hold a bachelor’s degree in areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, IT or Business, or equivalent,

                awarded by a recognised institution; 

               or

      (b) (i) hold a sub-degree or higher diploma awarded by a recognised institution; and

            (ii) have two years of recognised professional experience;

and

2.  obtain a score of 6.5 in IELTS (no band less than 6.0), or equivalent (for those graduated from institutions where English is not the medium of instruction).

 

Applicants with other qualifications will be considered on individual merit.

Application Fee

HK$150

Course Fee
  • Course Fee : HK$10,000

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Enrolment Method
Payment Method
1. Cash, EPS, WeChat Pay Or Alipay

Course fees can be paid by cash, EPS, WeChat Pay or Alipay at any HKU SPACE Enrolment Centres.

2. Cheque Or Bank draft

Course fees can also be paid by crossed cheque or bank draft made payable to “HKU SPACE”. Please specify the programme title(s) for application and the applicant’s name.. You may either:

  • bring the completed form(s), together with the appropriate course or application fees in the form of a cheque, and any required supporting documents to any of the HKU SPACE enrolment centres;
  • or mail the above documents to any of the HKU SPACE Enrolment Centres, specifying  “Course Application” on the envelope.  HKU SPACE will not be responsible for any loss of payment sent by mail.
3. VISA/Mastercard

Applicants may also pay the course fee by VISA or Mastercard, including the “HKU SPACE Mastercard”, at any HKU SPACE enrolment centres. Holders of the HKU SPACE Mastercard can enjoy a 10-month interest-free instalment period for courses with a tuition fee worth a minimum of HK$2,000; however, the course applicant must also be the cardholder himself/herself. For enquiries, please contact our staff at any enrolment centres.

4. Online Payment

Online application / enrolment is offered for most open admission courses (course enrolled on first come, first served basis) and selected award-bearing programmes. Application fees and course fees of these programmes/courses can be settled by using "PPS by Internet" (not available via mobile phones), VISA or Mastercard. In addition to the aforesaid online payment channels, continuing students of award-bearing programmes, if their programmes offer online service, may also pay their course fees by Online WeChat Pay, Online Alipay and Faster Payment System (FPS). Please refer to Enrolment Methods - Online Enrolment  for details.

Notes

  • If the programme/course is starting within five working days, application by post is not recommended to avoid any delays. Applicants are advised to enrol in person at HKU SPACE Enrolement Centres and avoid making cheque payment under this circustance.
  • Fees paid are not refundable except under very exceptional circumstances (e.g. course cancellation due to insufficient enrolment), subject to the School’s discretion. In exceptional cases where a refund is approved, fees paid by cash, EPS, WeChat Pay, Alipay, cheque or PPS (for online payment only) will normally be reimbursed by a cheque, and fees paid by credit card will normally be reimbursed to the payment cardholder's credit card account.
  • In addition to the published fees, there may be additional costs associated with individual programmes. Please refer to the relevant course brochures or direct any enquiries to the relevant programme team for details.
  • Fees and places on courses cannot be transferrable from one applicant to another. Once accepted onto a course, the student may not change to another course without approval from HKU SPACE. A processing fee of HK$120 will be levied on each approved transfer.
  • Receipts will be issued for fees paid but HKU SPACE will not be repsonsible for any loss of receipt sent by mail.
  • For payment certification, please submit a completed form, a sufficiently stamped and self-addressed envelope, and a crossed cheque for HK$30 per copy made payable to "HKU SPACE" to any of our enrolment centres.