Craft your creative future communicating online, in person or in print.
Communicate in another language. Choose from classical and ancient languages, national languages of Southeast Asia, and popular European languages.
Articulate the politics of business, talk about negotiation and settle conflicts. Research and produce the news or promote health equity.
Imagine scripting your future in television or film. Pen a screenplay or uncover the secrets between the pages of the literature classics.
Write and publish social and user experience (UX) mobile content for digital assets. Learn the secrets of SEO.
Tell stories and create connections with people, places and products.
Media & communications degrees
- Major in Journalism
- Major in Public Relations
- Major in Business Communication
- Major in Creative Writing
- Major in Screen and Media Studies
- Core Subjects
Media & communications subjects
- Undergraduate Certificate in Professional Writing and Publishing
- Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education) (English Education)
- Undergraduate Certificate in Creative Writing
- Bachelor of Arts (Digital and Social Media) (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)
- Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Arts (Digital Experience and Interaction Design) (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing and Publishing) (Visual Culture)
- Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing) (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Arts (Japanese)
- Bachelor of Arts (Digital and Social Media)
- Bachelor of Arts (Chinese)
- Bachelor of Arts (Korean Studies)
- Bachelor of Arts (Animation and Game Design)
How to become a media and communications professionalStart the conversation about your communications career.
Get creative and transform the way people communicate. Become a literary critic, business consultant, author, health advocate, media advisor, publicist or digital content specialist.
- Advertising executive
- Advertising specialist
- Media producer & presenter
- Public relations professional
- Technical writer
- Writer & editor
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