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Master of 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.
Event Manager, Public Relations Manager, Marketing Manager, Communications Manager
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The Master of 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.
|CMM4122||Introduction to Research||15|
|Plus 90 credit points (6 units) from the following:|
|ADV4116||Foundations of Advertising||15|
|CMM4120||Integrated Marketing Communication||15|
|DEV4106||Public Display Design||15|
|PRN4115||Public Relations Event Management||15|
|PRN4121||PR Issues and Crisis Management||15|
|SPM5114||Sport Venues and Events||15|
|TDD4204||3D Design Practices: Modelling||15|
|TDD4205||3D Design Practices: Spatial Design||15|
|TSM5202||Introduction to Event Management||15|
|TSM5500||Business Events Management||15|
|TSM5501||Event Operations Management||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: