Digital media is at the heart of modern communication. Work on website, app or video projects throughout your studies, and explore how to make digital media communicate effectively, look awesome and tell a great story.
AUT's digital communication courses offer a mix of media communication, production workflows, strategic thinking, and technological competencies that prepare you for a wide range of careers. You’ll work on various projects to create websites, app proposals, videos, motion graphics and print media that can serve as portfolio pieces.
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This is part of the Bachelor of Communication Studies.
Our digital communication courses cover how to make digital media communicate effectively. You work on various digital media projects, develop a high level of critical thinking and strategic planning skills for video, audio and other digital media, and manage the production cycle from idea to final product.
This year you take eight core courses that give you an overview of the media world and communication theories:
You work on a range of different digital communication projects, and deliver your work via mobile devices, broadcast media or broadband communication, on time and on budget.
You also take courses from your second major, minor(s) or elective courses.
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Majoring in digital communication will prepare you for a wide range of roles, including:
You could also pair digital communications with another major or minor to build a breadth of desirable media production skills for any media or communications role.
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