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Commonwealth supported: AUD $6,852.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $17,600.00
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Public relations activity is integral to the effective functioning of individuals, groups, organisations and governments. Through focused communication and relationship development, public relations practitioners help an individual or entity accomplish their purpose while balancing and respecting the needs of all stakeholders.
This major provides students with the conceptual understanding and practical skills to make an effective contribution at any level. It equips students with critical thinking, creativity and problem-solving skills and the ability to take the initiative and make decisions. It also strengthens writing and media relations skills and provides students with the knowledge and ability to plan and implement a range of communication strategies.
This major will become progressively available online from 2014 onwards. Students commencing study in this major and who are eligible for advanced standing, may be required to complete units on campus.
Public Affairs Officer, Public Affairs Manager, Corporate Affairs Officer, Corporate Affairs Manager, Corporate Relations Officer, Corporate Relations Manager, Media Relations Officer, Media Relations Manager, Communications Officer, Communications Manager
This major is accredited by the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA).
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
Public Relations activity is integral to the effective functioning of individuals, groups, organisations and governments. Through focused communication and relationship development, public relations practitioners help an individual or entity accomplish their purpose while balancing and respecting the needs of all stakeholders.
This course provides students with the conceptual understanding and practical skills to make an effective contribution at any level. The course equips students with critical thinking, creativity and problem-solving skills; the ability to take the initiative and make decisions; it strengthens writing and media relations skills; and it provides students with the knowledge and ability to plan and implement a range of communication strategies.
The Public Relations major is accredited by the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA), and is therefore recognised internationally.
|Students must complete the following 8 units (120 credit points):|
|PRN2124||Public Relations Event Management||15|
|PRN2110||Foundations of Public Relations||15|
|PRN2123||Public Relations Techniques||15|
|PRN2125||Communicating Through the Media||15|
|PRN3125||PR Campaign Planning and Management||15|
|PRN3124||PR Issues and Crisis Management||15|
|PRN3130||Social Media and Online Presence Management||15|
|BRO1000||iTalk@ECU: Presentation Skills||15|
|CMM1204||Writing for Communications||15|
|WRT1110||Introduction to Editing||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: