Master of CommunicationProgram details
With only six core courses, the program’s flexibility allows you to specialise in areas including corporate and financial communication, public relations and communication for social change.
The Master of Communication allows you to choose from a diverse range of electives combined with a core of digital, global and strategic communication, as well as a professional research project.
Courses explore theoretical frameworks and practical applications of contemporary communication industry trends, with a focus on work-integrated learning and projects that provide you with practical learnings to develop your capabilities.
Based on your previous studies, you may be eligible for exemptions that could shorten your program duration.
How you will learn
The degree structure supports specialist studies and allows you to refine your individual approach to current communication trends.
The program is professionally oriented. The practice areas are:
new media technology
strategic communication management
corporate writing and editing.
You will have the opportunity to study these areas alongside students from other media and communication disciplines.
As well as the practice areas above, courses are offered in:
communication theory and practice
leadership and corporate storytelling
communication for social change
Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Check the program Pathways for articulation and exemptions.
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