If you don't want to fully agree or disagree with the question, I find saying 'to a certain extent' helpful.
I like your first thesis statement. The other two should probably be reworded to make the meaning clearer.
The subject outline is that document you get at the beginning of semester. The one that shows you which topic you're studying each week, the readings you've got and what assessment tasks the subject has.
I have no idea about credit transferring though.
Iirc, at USYD you can only choose the communications subjects if you are doing B Arts (Media & Comms).
Hi OP, I'm doing the Pub Comm/Law double at UTS. Yes, I am really enjoying the course so far. There are quite a lot of people (200+) for each lecture but I've never found that to be a...
Are you actually interested in arts subjects? (Eg languages, history, sociology). Because if you go with USYD, those subjects will make up around 2/3 of the course.
Also, ATAR cutoffs for a course vary every year.
It helps that UTS has a lot of industry connections and the course emphasises...