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Master of Professional Communications

Area of Specialisation In Events and Communications

Equips graduates to pursue careers in event management from a planning, design, and communication perspective. These skills and knowledge will prepare students for the booming meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions (MICE) industry, which is worth over $30 billion worldwide.

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Event Manager, Public Relations Manager, Marketing Manager, Communications Manager

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The Master of Professional Communications (Events & Communications) equips graduates to pursue careers in event management from a planning, design, and communication perspective. These skills and knowledge will prepare students for the booming meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions (MICE) industry, which is worth over $30 billion worldwide.

UnitDescription Points
CMM4122Introduction to Research 15
CMM4137Project Preparation 15
CMM5220Communications Project 1 20
CMM5221Communications Project 2 20
Plus 45 credit points (3 units) from the following:
DEV4106Public Display Design 15
MAN5612Project Management 15
PRN4115Public Relations Event Management 15
SPM5114Sport Venues and Events 15
TDD42043D Design Practices: Modelling 15
TSM5202Introduction to Event Management 15
TSM5500Business Events Management 15
TSM5501Event Operations Management 15
Plus 45 credit points (3 units) from the following:
ADV4112International Advertising 15
ADV4116Foundations of Advertising 15
CMM4117Creative Thinking 15
CMM4120Integrated Marketing Communication 15
PRN4121PR Issues and Crisis Management 15
TDD42053D Design Practices: Spatial Design 15
Plus 20 credit points (1 unit) from the following:
CMM5110Globalisation, Cultural Diversity and Innovation 20
EDD5101Festivals and Ceremonies 20
PRN5110Perception Management 20
VIS5110Visual Communication 20
 





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