A degree in communication opens the door to a wide variety of career opportunities.
Communications can give you a front row seat to all the important social, environmental, technological and economical issues of our time.
Studying communications at UniSC means you'll be immersed in industry-relevant, hands-on experiences, while being taught by experts in the field. Our teaching is so good, it has a five star rating*.
We'll teach you how to adapt to the communications landscape of the future, while you gain skills to set you up for success in the industry today.
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This flexible degree allows you to tailor your study areas to suit your skills, interests, and career aspirations by selection of majors and minors.
I’m a Digital Marketing Coordinator for Go Girl/Vaniggy retail. In that role I’m working on websites, social media, photo-shooting the products, and editing photos and video content.
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Add one year for an Honours Degree
This program is 'End-on honours' which means one year of study, in addition to your bachelor degree. You can apply for a one-year honours program after you have completed a Bachelor of Communication.
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Not ready to commit to a 3 year degree?
Gain foundation skills and employment opportunities by graduating with a diploma or undergraduate certificate. While qualifications in their own right, they can also be a pathway to a bachelor and beyond.
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Communication at UniSC - IN THE NEWS
Top television journalism award for UniSC graduate
A UniSC graduate has taken out a hotly contested category at Queensland’s premier journalism awards with a story about the state’s youngest drag queen.
Playing on good feelings: when 'eudaimonic' social media goes bad
Consider your next hit of a feel-good video of a rescued dog or giving those less fortunate money or food. Is this a eudaimonic or money-making moment? UniSC journalism and social media expert Dr Renee Barnes writes.
Worldwide opportunities with a career in communication
Bachelor of Communication graduate, Jess, works on a range of projects around the globe. She enjoys the flexibility and diversity in her life as a freelance writer.