Bachelor of Arts (Communication)

OP702002

Closed to new enrolments
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    Level
    7
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    Credits
    360
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    Workload

    Approximately 10-12 hours study per week for each 20 credit course. This may be higher at assessment or exam time.

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    Study type Trimester
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    Student loan

Please note: This version of 702022 Bachelor of Arts (Communication) is only available to students who began studying this qualification before 11 September 2012.

 

Course changes - August 2018

In August 2018 there were two course changes to this degree major

  • 72363 Mass Communication is no longer offered. It has been replaced with 72374 Social Informatics. If you already completed 72363 Mass Communication it will be credited towards your degree.
  • 72260 Reputation Management is no longer offered. If you have already completed this course, it will be credited towards your degree. 

If you wanted to study 72206 you need to choose another elective.  If you need help choosing a replacement elective, please get in touch.

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Option to change qualification

If you started studying this qualification before 11 September 2012 you can complete this version of the qualification version. You need to complete all courses by Trimester 3, 2018 because this version will close at the end of 2018.

 Or you may be able to transition to the updated version, depending on the courses you’ve completed.

If you have any questions or want to find out more about the updated version, please get in touch.

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Note: if you are a re-enrolling student and wish to transition into the updated version you must complete your last course in that version by the end of Trimester 1, 2023.

 

Qualification information

This Bachelor of Arts degree with a Communication major covers interpersonal, intercultural, organisational and global communication. It also offers courses on writing for the web, technical writing and public relations. The major develops an understanding of communication, both applied and theoretical, and facilitates the practice of personal communication skills.

We also offer a range of certificates and diplomas that can be used as a stepping stone to a degree. 

 

PRINZ Membership

Holders of the Public Relations Institute’s APR (Accredited in Public Relations) will be cross-credited for 72180 Introduction to Public Relations.  To find out more:

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  •  
    Level
    7
  •  
    Credits
    360
  •  
    Workload

    Approximately 10-12 hours study per week for each 20 credit course. This may be higher at assessment or exam time.

  •  
    Study type Trimester
  •  
    Student loan