The main focus of the Bachelor of Communication degree is how written, spoken and nonverbal messages are used to generate meaning within and across contexts, cultures, channels and media.
The graduates of this programme will advocate effective and ethical practice of human communication in the working world. They will have communication skills that will enable them to effectively design, manage, and evaluate communication processes which involve individuals, groups, organisations and the public. The degree’s Work-Integrated Learning component (a one semester internship) provides students with the necessary experiential learning at the workplace.
Students of this programme will have an opportunity to study one semester or more at a university abroad should they be interested. Furthermore, students will also have the opportunity to interact with international students through video conferencing facilities etc.