Public Relations Courses
In the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (Public Relations Studies), you will complete courses in high-level research design and method.
The Bachelor of Business (Honours) provides high-achieving undergraduate students with analytical, theoretical and empirical skills that differentiate them from other graduates.
Public relations professionals play a key role in the modern business world but their skills are also valued by government departments and the not-for-profit sector.
Based at our Bathurst campus or online, you'll take part in a series of workshops, case studies and projects right from the start of your degree.
Public relations practitioners work in fast paced, dynamic environments within corporate, not-for-profit and government organisations using a range of skills such as written and verbal communications, strategic planning, research and stakeholder engagement practices.
The Bachelor of Communications and Media (Public Relations Extended) will provide you with a well-rounded skillset suited for work in the public relations industry.
Why study public relations with us? Public relations practitioners are the voice of organisations and corporations.
Gain the creative skills needed for advertising and public relations.
Use strong communication skills and a strategic mindset to manage relationships between businesses and their audiences.
Get hands-on with a series of workshops, case studies and projects right from the start of this intensive four-year degree.