Master of CommunicationCareer
Graduates move into professional and management roles in communication and PR agencies, in management consultancies and in organisations that use communication to achieve their goals.
A major shift from being reactive to being proactive has been evident in many corporations. This is due to a faster paced working environment and changes in technology, which increase the speed of information distribution and response times.
There are many job opportunities for strategic professional communicators, and employers are looking for strong theoretical and practical skills, which this program provides.
The Master of Communication will qualify you to take on a broad range of communication roles, including communication consultant or manager. You will also be well positioned for advertising, journalism, social and digital media roles.
Communication enables people to make significant contributions to the success of their organisations, which provides a rewarding and valued career path.
This program has strong links with industry, providing students with opportunities to undertake work-integrated learning placements in government, corporate and not-for-profit sectors.
Experienced Communication Managers, Corporate Affairs Managers and Adjunct Professors from industry partners such as PLAN International and Incite Pivot sit on the program advisory committee and provide valuable advice and guidance to shape course content.
Emphasis is placed on work-integrated learning, and all communication students undertake a Strategic Communication Management capstone experience with industry partners, working on industry-based projects.