Accredited courses

If you're serious about boosting your career options or taking your learning to the next level, an accredited online qualification through Open Universities Australia is the way to go.

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Bachelor of Arts (Internet Communications)

The Bachelor of Arts (Internet Communications) provides you with an opportunity to learn in detail about the human dimensions of the Internet: how people network, collaborate, and share information through Internet communications, media and design. You will develop advanced skills in creating, maintaining and managing online communications for personal and commercial interactions, as well as gaining knowledge of the social and cultural contexts within which those interactions occur.

The approach is interdisciplinary: you develop skills in website design, public communication, social network management, collaboration and web media production. At the same time you will understand the political, economic and social changes associated with the Internet.

By combining this course with recommended electives in media, design, business, information technology, marketing, and other disciplines, you will create the right degree program for you to become an astute, engaged professional communicator via the Internet.

Students may choose to study the following combinations of two single majors to obtain the double major award:

Internet Communications and Visual Culture
Internet Communications and Professional Writing & Publishing
Digital Design and Internet Communications
Fine Art and Internet Communications

Curtin University
Undergraduate
Marketing & Advertising

Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing and Publishing)

The Curtin University Professional Writing and Publishing degree prepares students for writing careers in the private, public and creative sectors through the study and practice of a range of different writing forms, including feature articles, speeches, reports, discussion papers, travel writing, history, humour, writing for the internet, promotional writing, creative non-fiction and media releases.

Students may choose to study the following combinations of two single majors to obtain the double major award:

Professional Writing and Publishing and Visual Culture
Digital Design and Professional Writing and Publishing
Fine Art and Professional Writing & Publishing
Internet Communication and Professional Writing and Publishing

Curtin University
Undergraduate
Marketing & Advertising

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Bachelor of Communication

Griffith University offers this degree to provide students with the opportunity to develop key skills and knowledge essential to the media and communication industries. Comprehensive coverage will be given, including media research and analysis skills, knowledge of film and media history including broadcasting policy, regulation, content critique, development techniques applicable in journalism, and new media settings.

Griffith University
Undergraduate
Marketing & Advertising

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Master of Arts (Writing)

The rapid pace of change in the ways in which information is accessed, utilised and converted into knowledge means that there is a growing need for graduates with both traditional and electronic professional and creative writing skills. The Masters of Arts (Writing) degree draws together print and performance-based texts, while exploring the local and global opportunities of electronic media. These areas include: creative writing, electronic writing; information management; eCommunications and writing for learning technologies. These programs will give students access to the best materials in print and online as well as to experts in their field. Students will be supported by online mentors and tutors.

Students can exit the degree after 4 subjects and receive the Graduate Certificate, after 8 subjects to receive the Graduate Diploma or after 12 subjects for the Master.

Swinburne University of Technology
Postgraduate
Marketing & Advertising

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