Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
If having the flexibility to work across many industries appeals to you, a career in digital communication may be an excellent fit. You will learn new skills that are applicable to various media forms, including social media, data analytics, artificial intelligence and visualisation. Today’s communication professional needs to have the skills and knowledge to operate in a new and disruptive digital media environment as the digital communication technologies of tomorrow may be different to those we use now.Through this program, you will learn new skills including social media storytelling, data analytics for communication, artificial intelligence and data visualisation. This knowledge and critical thinking will take your career to the next level and prove invaluable to employers in industries that rely on digital communication.Benefiting from a cross-disciplinary approach with collaboration across a range of fields you will deepen your expertise in areas such as data analytics, law and policy studies, management or marketing.
To meet the course requirements for the Master of Digital Communication, you must complete a total of 192 credit points, made up of: core units (108 credit points). either: the project pathway, including one core unit (12 credit points), one core project unit (24 credit points) and 48 credit points of electives (unit options) the advanced project pathway, including one core unit (12 credit points), two core project units (48 credit points) and 24 credit points of electives (unit options).
- Digital communication
Standard entry requirements
A recognised bachelor degree (or higher) in any field.
Students are eligible to receive advanced standing from the Graduate Certificate in Digital Communication or Graduate Diploma in Digital Communication. With appropriate unit selection, students will be able to exit early with the Graduate Certificate in Digital Communication or Graduate Diploma in Digital Communication. Pathways to doctoral research are available.
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This course is also delivered online and can be completed in full-time or part-time study mode.