Communication helps you become a specialist in journalism, public relations, professional writing, television or online media. Develop knowledge that puts you in charge of the technologies, skills and insights that shape our media and communications landscape.
While this major introduced me to feminism and queer theory, this major also explored the effects that the new media paradigm will have on our lives.
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce and Diploma of Language - Chinese
Gain real life experience
Get an internship with a major newspaper, radio or television station with follow up classes to build on your experience. Graduate work-ready for your dream career, and as a more valuable job applicant.
New course launching in 2018
Designed to inspire the next generation of big ideas, the new Bachelor of Communication (Advertising) will prepare you to be a specialist in journalism, public relations, advertising or digital media. Develop the skills to manage the technologies that shape our media and communications landscape.
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Create research that matters. You’ll undertake a research project with expert supervision that has practical purpose in the real world. Link your research to your current or intended employment.
Find out what’s going on in the creative arts at Deakin, including communication.
A career in communication could lead nearly anywhere. Fields of work include:
- Advertising agencies
- Multimedia businesses
- Marketing consultancies
- Government Organisations
- Web development companies
- Newspaper and magazine publishers
- Design studios
- Marketing consultancies
- Event management
- Tourism or hospitality industries
Browse other disciplines within media, communication and creative arts
Choose an area that you're interested in and learn how Deakin's extensive range of study options and experiences can help turn your dreams into reality.
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A career in children's literature could range from writing books for young children to writing content for children's television producers.
Study contemporary drama theory and practices, including performance styles, theatre history and performing arts. Enrol in a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Drama).
Explore core themes of studio production, film making and scriptwriting, as well as other creative art practices. Apply to study a Film and Television course.
The opportunities are huge once you have a Journalism Degree from Deakin. With careers ranging from news reporting to commentating, discover your passion here.
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Learn how to be an outstanding communicator, flexible thinker and innovative practitioner by applying for a Media degree at Deakin. Enquire online now.
Photography courses at Deakin are focused on creative or professional practice, giving you the opportunity to develop artistic or academic goals. Learn more.
Writers have never been more in demand. Gain practical experience in the process of writing by studying Professional and Creative Writing.
A study in public relations ensures students have the ability to design and implement campaigns, manage organisations and conduct appropriate research.
Combine your visual arts course with other academic specialisations at Deakin in a way that allows you to create your own career path. Find out how today.