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Deakin’s Communication Courses
Bachelor of Communication
The International Advertising Association has accredited Deakin’s Bachelor of Communication (Advertising). This highlights the degree as a world-class qualification that is focused on inspiring the next generation of strategic and creative thinkers.
Develop the skills and knowledge required to adapt to shifting communication climates within the broad field of digital media and cultural industries, incorporating film, television, digital media, marketing and advertising, and many other areas.
Identify, research, plan and produce newsworthy stories for different medium with challenges of the 21st century. In the final year, you will undertake a program of intensive news production in a digital newsroom, ensuring you graduate with the skills necessary to work effectively in contemporary digital workplaces.
Accredited by Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) . This course prepares you with the professional skills, techniques and knowledge to implement communication strategies and tactics with ethics and integrity.
Master of Communication
The Master of Communication empowers you to confidently and creatively develop strategic communications that shape opinion. With a strong focus on evolving technologies, critical thinking and problem solving, you’ll develop the technical skills and knowledge needed to be a future leader in the rapidly changing media and communications landscape.
Whether you’re looking to upskill, change roles or challenge yourself in a new discipline, the Master of Communication will enhance your understanding of the fluid media landscape while training you to be a thought leader and influencer across all sectors in the industry.
Study in one of the following specialisations, complemented by course electives:
- Public Relations
- Digital Media
- Television Production
- Visual Communication Design
Deakin’s Education Course
Bachelor of Education
This course focuses on on contemporary issues in children’s learning and development, curriculum theories and pedagogies, discipline knowledge, and the changing work context within early childhood and primary education. Students apply their learning in professional contexts, gaining experience and confidence as pre-service teachers in early childhood, preschool and primary school settings.
This program is approved by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) as an early childhood teaching qualification in Australia; and is accredited by the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) as an initial teacher education program against the Australian professional standards for teachers.
|Deakin Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship (UG/PG)||50% of the total tuition fee|
|Deakin International Scholarship (UG/PG)||25% reduction in fees|
|Master of Business Administration Global Leader’s scholarship (PG)||20% reduction in fees|
|Deakin STEM scholarship (UG/PG)||20% of tuition fee|
|Deakin Alumni Postgraduate Bursary (PG)||15% of tuition fee|
|Deakin Global Health Leaders Scholarship (PG)||20% of tuition fee (Full-time study)|
|Warrnambool Campus International Bursary (UG)||20% of tuition fee|
|Business & Law International Partner Institutions Bursary (UG/PG)||10% of tuition fee|
|Deakin Warrnambool Residential International Scholarships (UG/PG)||50% for accommodation cost|
*Note: The indicated course fees is per annum based and based on completing a standard full time study load. Fees may increase yearly.