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  • Griffith University

    GRF-COM-DEG | Undergraduate

    Develop communication skills for the digital age

    Research and analyse media history, government regulation and broadcasting policy. Explore communications content and techniques. Graduates find work in the journalism, public relations, film, television, business and digital sectors.

    Available majors

    • Journalism
    • Public Relations
    • Business Communication
    • Creative Writing
    • Screen Studies
  • University of South Australia

    USA-BMC-DEG | Undergraduate

    Stake your claim in the world of business

    Understand what makes consumers tick and click as you dive into the digital landscape of modern-day business. Tackle tech, including the latest tools and analytics, along with communication skills

  • Curtin University

    CUR-COM-DEG | Undergraduate

    Prepare for your future in media and communications

    Dive into digital communication with a degree that prepares you for a range of media roles – some of which don’t even exist yet. Understand social, cultural and technological shifts in media. Learn practical tools for digital communication.  

  • Curtin University

    Compose your artistic career

    Critically interact with fine art traditions considering the visual and social needs of society. Contribute to the artistic aesthetic. Design ways to network and connect to people and places. Draw on your strengths of self-criticism and self-discipline.

  • University of South Australia

    USA-COM-DEG | Undergraduate

    Craft your creative communications career

    Create a career communicating online or in print. Strategize and integrate digital communications, marketing, public relations, media or brands. Promote networks and connect with industry creatives. Devise campaigns and launch communications plans.

  • Curtin University

    Design your interactive career

    Visualise and articulate how people network and connect online. Express culture through design. Get critical and recognise the value of cultural diversity versus technology. Explore art history and theory. Draw on your technical and intuitive strengths.