The course is suitable for students early in their careers as communication professionals. Academic staff involved in the course have substantial industry experience and have undertaken research in the field.
Graduates of this course have: advanced understanding of communication and its management the ability to synthesise communication theory and practice the ability to analyse, design, cost and evaluate a public relations strategy a sensitivity to ethical and legal issues related to communication a capacity to reflect on the roles and responsibilities of communicators the capacity to apply perspectives that are intercultural and global, and a sensitivity to issues of exclusion, equity and justice. A full list of the graduate attributes of the course is available from UTS: Communication.
Career options include roles in public relations and communication management, community relations, corporate communication, integrated communication, internal communication, international communication, media liaison, public affairs and positions related to communication advising.
Last updated July 8, 2016