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Graduate Diploma of Communications
Area of Specialisation In Journalism
Equips students with knowledge of newsgathering, research and various forms of journalistic writing, both for print and broadcast, such as news and features, sports, politics, health, science and business journalism.
Students will gain familiarity with media law and ethics and web authoring, and at the end of their specialisation are expected to present articles of publishable standard.
Editor, Sports Journalist, Reporter, Communications Officer, Radio Journalist, Press Secretary, Writer, Journalist, Critic
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The Graduate Diploma of Communications (Journalism) potentially equips graduates with knowledge of newsgathering, research and various forms of journalistic writing, both for print and broadcast, such as news and features, sports, politics, health, science and business journalism. They will gain familiarity with Media Law and Ethics and web authoring and, at the end of their specialisation, are expected to present articles of publishable standard.
|Select 120 credit points (8 units) from the following:|
|JOU4011||Introduction to Journalism||15|
|JOU4103||Media Law and Ethics||15|
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