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  • Griffith University

    GRF-ART-DEG | Undergraduate

    Innovators, communicators and creators start here!

    Develop the analytical and critical thinking, writing, research and project management skills in demand by a variety of industries. Majors include criminal justice, journalism, sociology, history, screen culture, creative writing and public relations.

    Available majors

    • Art History
    • Creative Writing
    • Criminal Justice
    • History
    • Journalism
    • Literature
    • Public Relations
    • Screen and Media Studies
    • Sociology
  • 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 and Media Studies
  • Swinburne University of Technology

    SWI-WRI-MAS | Postgraduate

    Become a technically proficient and creative writer

    Immerse yourself in deeper study of writing genres. Survey writing trends, media and new practices. Graduates with advanced traditional and electronic writing skills are in demand across many different industries.

  • Curtin University

    Produce a career in content and design

    Write and edit content to publish online. Craft diverse writing styles and genres from features to speeches for personal and commercial audiences. Explore how people network and connect using the internet. Design websites and online experiences.

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    USC-COM-DEG | Undergraduate

    With a focus on social media or journalism

    One of the most flexible communications degrees on offer. Majors include music, screen media, theatre, and visual communication. With so much choice, you can tailor your degree to your career goals. Become a creative professional and work in media.

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    The business world values engaging communicators

    Combine broad business knowledge with a comms specialisation. You’ll study business fundamentals then add communication theory. Media skills—including video, writing, and socials—are need in almost all sectors. Gain the competitive edge.

  • 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.  

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    SWI-WRI-GCE | Postgraduate

    Information is changing. Write that down!

    There is a growing need for graduates with traditional and electronic writing skills. Improve your ability to write for a range of genres, connect writing theory with practice plus absorb knowledge of trends in writing, media and new practices.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    SWI-WRI-GDI | Postgraduate

    Explore the global opportunities presented by electronic media

    Gain a deep understanding of research, writing for electronic media, journalism, history writing and script adaptation for stage screen and multimedia. There is always a steady demand for graduates with traditional and electronic writing skills

  • 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.