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Are you interested in how people communicate and creating effective communication channels within organisations and between businesses and the public? With a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, you’ll be a confident and effective communicator with the skills to work in a variety of communication-focused roles. Upon successful completion of this qualification, you will be able to analyse and interpret complex communication issues and come up with creative solutions. You will also be able to undertake quantitative and qualitative research.
Bachelor of Arts Communication (171 KB PDF)
Approximately 10-12 hours study per week for each 20 credit course. This may be higher at assessment or exam time.
Approximate cost for the full qualification based on 2018 fee information, not including annual administration fees, fee increases, textbooks, course materials or external exam fees.
Eligible for student loans, if you meet the criteria. Student loans and eligibility
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This qualification has been revised. If you began studying this qualification before 11 September 2012, please click here to view the old structure and enrolment information.
When you’ve achieve this qualification you will have the
This qualification will prepare you for a broad range of careers in the areas of public relations, communication management and more.
Holders of the Public Relations Institute’s APR (Accredited in Public Relations) will be cross-credited for 72180 Introduction to Public Relations. Contact us to find out more or visit the PRINZ website.
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Every course is assessed differently - some require assignments and others exams. Check the individual course pages for more information.