Bachelor of Communication Griffith University

4.0 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Bachelor Degree
Online
3 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Communication is offered through Open Universities Australia (OUA). Students will qualify for this degree after the completion of at least eight Griffith units along with two majors of six units each, chosen from either Business Communication, Creative Writing, Journalism, Public Relations or Screen Studies, plus the core units, associated prerequisites, and the required number of free-choice electives.

All students are recommended to select their electives from the OUA list, and should contact Griffith for approval of alternative elective units.

Students who do not wish to complete the entire bachelor degree are able to exit with a certificate or diploma award. Both of these qualifications can be used for developing knowledge in a particular area while requiring a much shorter period of time than a degree. These smaller qualifications are beneficial for students who need to develop specialised knowledge or are just beginning and are experiencing trepidation about completing a full degree.

Majors

Business Communication, Creative Writing, Journalism, Public Relations or Screen Studies

Careers

Professional communication
Federal,state and local government
Public education industries and organisations
Public Relations
Corporate...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Communication Griffith University based on 2 reviews
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4.0
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4.0
Teachers
4.0
Course work
4.0
Time worthy
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Money Worthy
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Student Reviews

February 2018
Year completed 2016

Learning online can feel quite isolated. More technologies for audio texts and coarse lessons would have been great.

My advice to future students is: Go to uni full time at the campus. You’ll get it done quicker, have better support, and engagement from peers and lecturers.

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February 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives: Well organised for students to study online like I did. I gained very specific skills. Some of the tutors were fantastic.

Negatives: Inconsistent grading. For example, a few tutors marked very low compared to most tutors, even though my work was of a consistent standard.

My advice to future students is: If s...

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