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How to Become a Communications Officer

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What do I need to study to become a Communications Officer?

This 100% online Bachelor of Communication degree prepares students to deliver effective communication strategies across a wide range of traditional and digital media.

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The Bachelor of Communication (Digital Media) is an undergraduate course that prepares students for exciting careers in digital media, film or advertising.

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The Bachelor of Media and Communication is a wide-ranging qualification for anyone wishing to pursue a career in the media industry, from advertising and PR to journalism, film and TV.

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Jump into an exciting new career in media, public relations, communications or digital with this practical Graduate Certificate of Communication course from Deakin University.

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Start an exciting new career in media, communications, PR or journalism with this tailored-to-you Graduate Diploma of Communication course from Deakin University.

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The Master of Communication is a coursework degree designed to equip students with advanced knowledge and skills in contemporary communications theory and practice.

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