About the Course
Study current industry practices, contemporary theories of communication, business communication, media and culture.
Develop an understanding of key issues in the communications and creative industries and advance your skills and knowledge in current communication practices. You will acquire a thorough understanding of media communication institutions, their histories, texts, practices and audiences. Graduates will have the skills to theorise, analyse and write about communication issues at an advanced level.
As long as you meet the eligibility requirements for application to this degree, you can apply online.
Students must complete the Graduate Certificate in Communication (4 units) to be eligible to apply for admission into the revised 80CP Master of Communication program.
Note: This is postgraduate level and students will need to be competent in oral and written communication skills to successfully complete this program.
English Language Requirements
English language requirements apply to international applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English.
How To Apply
As long as you meet the eligibility requirements for application to this degree you can apply online
RPL/Credit may be awarded according to Griffith University policies
Be prepared for positions such as researcher, media manager, communications adviser or analyst and content provider.
Students must complete the Graduate Certificate in Communication (4 units) to be eligible to apply for admission.
- Communication Research Skills
Introducing Communication Studies
Communication & Public Value
Communication and Cultural Tourism
New Television and Cultural Change
New Media Theory
Communications Project 1
Communications Project 2
- media manager
- communications adviser.