Communications Courses(10 courses)
This 100% online Bachelor of Communication degree prepares students to deliver effective communication strategies across a wide range of traditional and digital media.View course information
The Bachelor of Communication (Digital Media) is an undergraduate course that prepares students for exciting careers in digital media, film or advertising.View course information
The Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) equips students with the key journalism skills and knowledge needed for careers in the communications industry.View course information
The Master of Communication equips students with the analytical, research and communication skills needed for higher-level careers in the communications and media industries.View course information
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.View course information
The Master of Communication is a coursework degree designed to equip students with advanced knowledge and skills in contemporary communications theory and practice.View course information
The Master of Professional Communication is a coursework degree designed for those who do not have a formal communications background but wish to expand their understanding of contemporary communications theory and practice.View course information
Jump into an exciting new career in media, public relations, communications or digital with this practical Graduate Certificate of Communication course from Deakin University.View course information
Start an exciting new career in media, communications, PR or journalism with this tailored-to-you Graduate Diploma of Communication course from Deakin University.View course information
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Being a communications professional is all about learning how to convey messages effectively, reaching your target audience and creating the right kind of spin and hype. Depending on your particular area, you will need to learn specific techniques and strategies to achieve this goal.
Aspiring journalists can learn journalistic techniques and styles with a course in freelance journalism. By working as a freelance journalist, you will have the flexibility to manage your own time and the ability to work across a range of interesting projects for different clients. You will become skilled in interview techniques, sourcing and preparing leads and marketing your work, to ensure you always get the scoop and know how to write about it in an engaging, informative manner.
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