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Graduate Certificate of Communications
Area of Specialisation In Management and Public Relations
Management and public relations have much in common.
Management's goal is to run an organisation effectively and efficiently while the public relations role is to support management by using communication to develop beneficial relationships between an organisation and its diverse audiences.
In today's complex world with numerous issues and crises, the ideal is to have management understanding public relations and public relations understanding management.
Communications Manager, Public Relations Manager
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Management and Public Relations have much in common. Management’s goal is to run an organisation effectively and efficiently while the Public Relations role is to support Management by using communication to develop beneficial relationships between an organisation and its diverse audiences. In today’s complex world with numerous issues and crises, the ideal is to have Management understanding Public Relations and Public Relations understanding Management.
|Select 60 credit points (4 units) from the following:|
|CMM4122||Introduction to Research||*||15|
|MBA5603||Leadership and Change Management||15|
|MBA5710||Managing Globally and Locally||15|
|PRN4120||Foundations of Public Relations||15|
|PRN4121||PR Issues and Crisis Management||15|
* NOTE: Students should only select CMM4122 if they intend to proceed to the Master of Professional Communications
This major can also be studied in the following courses: