A postgraduate course in strategic communication offers you the opportunity to be part of an industry-focused degree. It covers a broad spectrum of strategic communications including issues and crisis management, community relations, government relations and internal communications. The course is aimed at strategic communication and public relations graduates who wish to have higher-level qualifications in the field and who are looking to shift their careers to this professional area. The Master of Strategic Communications has been developed to meet the needs of students seeking to further their skills and develop specialist areas of expertise. It's designed in block-teaching mode to accommodate both continuing students and students in the workforce. The University has strong links with the industry. Our staff have extensive career experience in community relations, issues and crisis management, government relations, event management and internal communications. The course also features speakers from highest levels of industry and government. The course is either 1. 5 years full-time (3 years part-time) or 2 years full-time (4 years part-time). The length of the course will be determined by the relevance of the candidate's previous educational experience.