Public relations is a dynamic, versatile and ever-changing industry that requires a natural curiosity for the world around you. Successful PR professionals are excellent listeners and in tune with changing trends and expectations.
This carefully selected series of units is designed to prepare future PR professionals to communicate with stakeholders across all facets of business. It can complement related majors such as marketing, management, international relations or journalism, but is also ideal for students in other disciplines, such as health, engineering or finance who want to enhance their communication skills.
Because professional communicators work across all industries, a grounding in public relations can provide you with varied career options, including government, not-for-profit, agency and corporate employment opportunities.
What jobs can the Public Relations lead to?
- Corporate affairs advisor
- Communications officer
- Digital engagement manager
- Event coordinator
- Senior media advisor
- Internal communications specialist
- Government relations coordinator
- Public relations consultant
- Event management
- Marketing and communications
- Mining and resources