2017 will see a newly designed Bachelor of Communication for the digital age, preparing you for a career in a fast-paced and evolving world.


 
The Bachelor of Communication at UQ has been re-designed to respond to employer demand across the media and communication industries.

Our program will develop your expertise in multimedia and online content production, social media engagement and analytics, community and stakeholder engagement, and campaign development.

 

Why Choose Communication?

The Bachelor of Communication will give you a strong foundation in writing, industry engagement (including internships), practice and production skills, and critical thinking.

You will study a number of compulsory courses to introduce you to the central features of communication processes and then you can specialise by choosing a major in Digital Media or Public Relations, or you can combine these as a double major.

To complement these choices you can also choose from a selection of minors in:

  • Journalism Writing
  • Advertising
  • Event Management
  • Health Communication
  • Interaction Design
  • Digital Media
  • Public Relations

Careers in Communication

Communication graduates are suited to a variety of career opportunities, including:
  • Mediation/dispute/crisis consultancy
  • Communication management in government and commercial agencies
  • Interactive multimedia design and web management
  • Advertising
  • Media administration
  • Organisational communication
  • Strategic communication and public relations
  • Publicity and campaign management
  • Publishing, magazine and corporate publication writing
  • Writing for the media
  • Event management
  • Web-based education

 

What are graduates are doing

Arimbi Yogasara
Bachelor of Communication

Arimbi graduated in 2014 with a double degree at Universitas Indonesia and the University of Queensland.
Arimbi is currently work for Christian Dior in Indonesia as a representative in the Public Relations division,