Whether you are looking for a career in journalism, public relations, sociology, writing and communications, policy planning or research and analysis, the Diploma of Arts and Communication will help you achieve your goals. Specifically designed to respond to the demand for graduates who are ready for the challenges and opportunities of next generation arts and media industries, this diploma will equip you with key communication skills and the capacity to think both laterally and creatively.
You will learn the fundamentals of arts and humanities, and communications theory and practice, coupled with the various communication, management and technical skills required to apply your knowledge effectively in industry. This broad ranging foundation will prepare you for further studies across a range of areas including journalism, public relations, media and communications and sociology and performance.
You will benefit from a core focus on new media and communication technologies - understanding their social, cultural and institutional constructions, the dynamics driving and shaping their development, and the ethical, social, and cultural issues related to their growth.