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Master of Professional Communications
Area of Specialisation In Public Relations
Equips graduates to pursue or consolidate careers in public relations, public affairs, corporate communications and organisational communication through an understanding of strategic communication planning. These skills and understandings will be creatively integrated in the completion of a substantial inquiry.
Corporate Communications Manager, Public Relations Manager, Public Affairs Manager
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The Master of Professional Communications (Public Relations) equips graduates to pursue or consolidate careers in Public Relations, Public Affairs, Corporate Communications and Organisational Communication through an understanding of strategic communication planning. These skills and understandings will be creatively integrated in the completion of a substantial inquiry.
|CMM4122||Introduction to Research||15|
|CMM5220||Communications Project 1||20|
|CMM5221||Communications Project 2||20|
|Plus 90 credit points (6 units) from the following:|
|CMM4120||Integrated Marketing Communication||15|
|JOU4011||Introduction to Journalism||15|
|PRN4115||Public Relations Event Management||15|
|PRN4120||Foundations of Public Relations||15|
|PRN4121||PR Issues and Crisis Management||15|
|PRN4124||Public Relations Techniques||15|
|Plus 20 credit points (1 unit) from the following:|
|CMM5110||Globalisation, Cultural Diversity and Innovation||20|
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