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Communications Careers

Communications covers a multitude of professions, but the core of all of them is the same – getting messages across to people clearly and effectively.

Communications careers are amongst the most interesting and stimulating careers you could choose. You could find yourself working in journalism, public relations, advertising, marketing, film and television, or corporate communications – all require good writers, thinkers and talkers to inform and convince.

Communications courses

  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management)

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    The Bachelor of Business (Event Management) degree is the ideal platform for those looking to break into the dynamic world of events. You’ll gain a strong understanding of business drivers and the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, execute and market events of all scales and budgets.

  • Writing, Rhetoric and Persuasion

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    Learn how to craft persuasive rhetoric as a professional writer with this online Writing, Rhetoric and Persuasion unit from Curtin University.
  • International Journalism

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    This online International Journalism unit offered by Griffith University aims to give you theoretical and practical insight into how journalism has adapted to a global media environment.
  • Styles and Genres of Journalism

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    Learn about the varying styles of journalism and their roles in society with this online Griffith University unit, Styles and Genres of Journalism.
  • News Writing and Ethics

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    This online unit in News Writing and Ethics introduces students to the skills used in producing a range of print and electronic media, as well as the ethical issues faced by journalists in today’s information society.
  • Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Public Relations

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    Learn how to develop and maintain brands and public perception with this online Bachelor of Media and Communication With a Major in Public Relations course.

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