Understanding the international relations is like understanding the world around us, from billboards of world affairs to the dynamics of national and international affairs. In today’s globalized Information Age, getting the right message across is key. Employers in the creative industry need informed communicators who understand how to create the right message for the right audience. Delivering the appropriate information requires both a practical and theoretical understanding of the context and implications of the ever-changing landscape.
Graduate will gain on the fundamental concepts and principles of international relations and diplomacy. Understanding of the dynamics of national and international lobbying on mass media such as newspapers, radio and television. Understanding of the role and implications of the New Media in the media industry and media practice globally. Knowledge to determine the right medium for the right message. An understanding of the role of language, composition, discourse and debate. Insights into the emerging trends in the global media landscape, such as cloud computing, along with the current ethical, professional and legal issues.
Graduation from the Bachelor of international relations program opens up opportunities for a wide range of career options in the world of nations. Graduates also find that their knowledge and skills suit a variety of career roles making them much sought after in different sectors like public relations related industries. Students develop a flexible and creative approach to tasks, excellent practical skills, and a greater critical awareness of society. The program is production-based, allowing students to graduate from the program with a portfolio to present to potential employers.