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This double degree ensures you have the advanced writing and production skills needed for a career in the news industry, as well as the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed for a career in creative, professional and technical writing.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).
Acquire the knowledge and ability for two professions in this double degree.
In a world that is constantly changing, employers require graduates with a dynamic skill set and knowledge in an array of areas.
The journalism industry is constantly changing and evolving, and our Journalism degree at Bond adapts to these changes to ensure work readiness.
In today’s fast-paced digital age, we’ve never been hungrier for news – sharing it with the masses in real time, as it happens.
Discover the history of journalism
Explore the world of journalism with the Bachelor of Arts (Journalism Studies).
Do you want to become an industry-ready, practicing journalist? The extended 12 unit Journalism major builds on the principles and concepts taught in the Journalism Studies major to prepare you for work in the industry.
Delve deeper into the world of Journalism with the Bachelor of Communication and Media (Journalism Extended).
Join the ranks of journalism professionals with our Bachelor of Communication and Media (Journalism).
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Communication and Journalism/Bachelor of Business at Griffith University.
Combine journalism with science and use your skills as a science communicator, a field of growing demand with opportunities in the public and private sector.
Learn to prepare and present news on social channels, and across print, broadcast and online platforms.
Combine business and journalism for a journalism career with a specialty in finance, international affairs or politics, or work as a media executive, business analyst or researcher.
Combine journalism and law to work as a solicitor, barrister or in-house lawyer for a media organisation, or as a journalist covering law, politics, crime and foreign affairs.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Communication and Journalism at Griffith University.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) at Griffith University.
Journalism is an exciting occupation that allows you to meet many different kinds of people and to travel.
Communication is an exciting new area of study encompassing several disciplines.
This three-year program will prepare you for a variety of careers in journalism, media, online content development, publishing, communication, public relations and more.
Students can combine the flexibility of a Science degree with a professional Journalism qualification.
The program is designed to provide high-performing undergraduate students with the opportunity to undertake advanced academic study and to develop leadership skills for the profession of journalism.
By combining two areas of study in the dual degree program, students will gain skills and understanding in business management, along with the skills and knowledge provided by the Bachelor of Journalism.
Lawyers often have to deal with courts of law and the court of public opinion.