Swinburne’s Master of Media and Communication prepares students for a diverse range of existing and emerging media and communications positions and assists students in understanding both the theoretical and practical applications of working in the media and communications industry.
Extensive practical work creates an environment where students can develop a high level of marketable and professional media production and communication skills. This course also offers the opportunity to work on a substantial industry-based media project which provides networking opportunities and valuable experience and skills development.
Head to the Swinburne website to for more information on course units and structure and check out the video below with course coordinator Dr Diana Bossio.
Digital Cultures: Aesthetics, Markets, Industries
Social Media Analytics
Data Research and Visualisation
Media Industry Experience