Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication)Program details
Learn about journalism, media production, advertising and public relations, and choose a field to suit you. Step into industry or continue with a Bachelor of Media and Communication (Honours).
In a changing environment that’s heavily influenced by cultural trends and advancements in technology, communication empowers people.
Become a multi-skilled communicator with cross-platform skills ready for media and communication industries.
This degree strongly integrates theory and practice. In the first part of the degree, you will work and learn with students from other communication disciplines and investigate the advantages of interdisciplinary media skills. You’ll then be given the opportunity to specialise in a professional communication area of interest.
In your third year, you will undertake a professional placement with government departments, media or advertising agencies, community TV, radio stations or consultancies that RMIT has existing relationships with, or in an approved placement of your own choosing.
All courses are delivered in English. You will have access to online and digital resources through the myRMIT student portal, and additional assistance is available from the RMIT Study and Learning Centre.
How you will learn
Specialisations and electives
This degree comprises a combination of professional courses, a contextual studies specialisation and electives.
Journalism, Media, Advertising and Public Relations.
Study one of five contextual strands as part of your degree:
Asian Media and Culture
Politics Economies Communication
Approaches to Popular Culture
Throughout your degree, you will have the chance to select a number of electives, depending on your particular career and personal interests.
Plan BP222ACC is an accelerated program. In this plan, you will be required to complete one summer semester (comprising 48 credit points) in the first year of the degree.
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