Media and communication
The Media and Communication program at Deakin is distinctive because of its cross-disciplinary perspective underpinning a broad mix of subjects. Students choose from a wide range of units that suit their particular interests.
|Undergraduate (Bachelor) degrees|
|Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communication)||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Bachelor of Arts||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Graduate Certificate of Media and Communication||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Graduate Diploma of Media and Communication||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
|Master of Arts||Course information for:||Local Students|
|Master of Communication||Course information for:||Local Students||International Students|
Why study at Deakin?
Get ready for your new career
This flexible approach to skill-building is designed to match the dynamic and unpredictable nature of this industry.
To help integrate study with work and personal commitments, Deakin has designed its media and communication courses with flexibility and support. On and off-campus units are available, and full or part-time study modes (depending on units chosen).
Learn from the best
Deakin staff have many years of combined industry experience, and are leaders in their research fields.
Career and Industry
In addition to the traditional public relations and media positions, graduates also find employment in the specialised areas of: public affairs, print, radio, TV, online journalism, corporate affairs, advertising, marketing communications, online editing, publishing, community relations, customer relations, investor relations, employee relations, publicity, government relations, media relations, and crisis and issues management.