WHAT IS A COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER?

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Western Sydney University

Turn your creativity into a career in teaching with this innovative Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Birth - 5/Birth - 12) course from Western Sydney University.

Western Sydney University

Turn your creative mind to the exciting challenge of shaping young learners with this Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Primary) course from Western Sydney University.

Western Sydney University

Build creative, adapted skills to be ready for an emerging future of work with this Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business course from Western Sydney University.

UniSA Online

This 100% online Bachelor of Communication degree prepares students to deliver effective communication strategies across a wide range of traditional and digital media.

Western Sydney University

Turn your skills in storytelling into an exciting new career with this industry-connected Bachelor of Communication course from Western Sydney University.

Edith Cowan University

The Bachelor of Media and Communication is a wide-ranging qualification for anyone wishing to pursue a career in the media industry, from advertising and PR to journalism, film and TV.

Deakin University

Jump into an exciting new career in media, public relations, communications or digital with this practical Graduate Certificate of Communication course from Deakin University.

Deakin University

Start an exciting new career in media, communications, PR or journalism with this tailored-to-you Graduate Diploma of Communication course from Deakin University.

Edith Cowan University

The Master of Communication is a coursework degree designed to equip students with advanced knowledge and skills in contemporary communications theory and practice.

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