A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.
Communication in PhD is a university doctorate course in communication, to help you understand the multidisciplinary approach to the way people relate amongst themselves and also with the media in a social, political, cultural, economic and political, as well as setting.
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This Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) research degree will provide the framework, the focus and the discipline necessary to conduct speculative inquiry in the field... [+]
PhD in Media and Communication
This Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) research degree will provide the framework, the focus and the discipline necessary to conduct speculative inquiry in the field of media and communication.RMIT places high value on research in this field. It is committed to producing knowledge that is socially, academically, professionally and industry relevant.Researchers and postgraduates in this field are involved in a diverse number of projects funded by the Australian Research Council, philanthropic and commercial bodies. Key researchers are drawn from a variety of research backgrounds.Individually supervised research programs are available in areas such as:... [-]
You'll undertake communications and media research through thesis writing, practice or project-based. [+]
PhD in Communication Studies
You'll undertake communications and media research through thesis writing, practice or project-based.You can pursue research in:cultural studies media studies advertising public relations and public information campaigns graphic design communication design media design interaction design journalism political communication organisational communication Asian media and culture transcultural communication new communications technologies cinema studies media and cultural policy news studies communications history community and alternative media philosophy and communication communications and cultural theory.