Curtin’s mass communication degree produces corporate media professionals for the 21st century. Be part of a growing employment sector in new communication technologies, digital media and corporate communications.

Offering a distinct combination of subject breadth and flexibility, mass communication prepares students for working across more than one area in the rapidly expanding world of media and corporate communication. It provides key technological skills and knowledge for work in corporate media and communication fields, as well as an understanding of issues and debates concerning media, communication and information.

Bachelor of Arts (Mass Communication), Journalism and Marketing double streams

Entry requirements
  • Successful completion of the Diploma of Arts and Creative Industries; OR

  • A recognised diploma in related field; AND

  • Minimum English language entry requirement IELTS 6.0 (no band less than 6.0) or equivalent.

Duration and fees

16 months full-time, S$34,560
Intakes - March, July and November

Diploma of Arts and Creative Industries

The Diploma of Arts and Creative Industries is delivered by Curtin College as a pathway designed to prepare high school leavers for direct entry into Curtin University Bachelor of Arts (Mass Communication).

Entry requirements

Polytechnic diploma graduates may receive advance standing

Duration and fees

Diploma of Arts and Creative Industries: 8 months full-time, S$17,280
Intakes - March, July and November

Why Mass Communication?

This course is technology-centred and will give you opportunities to work with commercial-level equipment and produce work for print, film, television and online media.

You can create and study a degree which suits your interests. Choose from a range of streams and build a portfolio of work and meet industry professionals.