If you are a communication professional with five or more years of work experience and looking to progress into a leadership position in strategic corporate, government or organisational communication, the Executive Master of Strategic Communication course is for you.
This course is embedded in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
The course has been structured to provide advanced knowledge of communication as well as allowing you to focus on either government communication or corporate and marketing communication. You will learn how to gain deep audience insights, think outside the square to address communication problems and opportunities, and evaluate your work.
Executive Strategic Communication course
Executive Master of Strategic Communication
3 Core Subjects, 4 Stream Subjects and a Major Project
- Corporate Communication Manager
- Senior Strategic Communication Advisor
- Government Communication Strategist
- Head of Communication Agency
- Chief Communication Officer (CCO)
Not an MBA, not just a Master’s
This customised degree provides advanced learning to equip graduates to work at senior management level with a specific focus on strategic communication.
Choose your Specialisation
Specialise in either Government Communication or Corporate and Marketing Communication to develop core skills in your chosen area of expertise.
Integrated theory and practice
This course culminates with a practice related project relevant to your field of interest, so you can use what you’ve learnt and apply it to your current position or organisation objectives.
This custom-designed degree for communication professionals is a collaboration between the UTS School of Communication, the UTS School of International Studies; UTS Business School, the UTS Centre for Media Transition; and the Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation, which is a leader in teaching creativity and innovation.
Distinguished Academics and Industry Leaders as Lecturers
This course is delivered by a combination of senior academic researchers and leading industry professionals.
Unique to the Executive Master of Strategic Communication, the Major Project is tailored to each particular stream and to your work. Delivered in partnership with the Faculty of Law, UTS Business School and with Creative Intelligence and Innovation, you will reflect on and apply your learning from all subjects in the course to a work-related project and produce a major document to inform a strategic communication plan. Producing this project should demonstrate evidence of research as well as reflective and critical thinking to your current organisation or work campaign.
UTS is known for its combination of academic knowledge and practical focus and the new Executive Master of Strategic Communication is a further innovation in advanced learning that will equip communication professionals for senior management and leadership roles in corporate, government and organisational communication.
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