Awarded ByInfrastructure University
Duration2 Years 6 Months
About the course
Diploma in Corporate Communication course offers a structured package of courses that gives students the basic knowledge and understanding of the corporate communication field. The programme incorporates the practice of public relations, advertising, marketing, management, psychology, IT, law and ethics among others. This multidisciplinary curriculum is designed to give students the extra edge in their careers. A diploma is an award given to students who complete a predetermined set of classes in their chosen field of study. This is often pursued to obtain higher levels of employment, and programs can last from a few months to several years depending on the level of education chosen by the student. There are a number of diplomas students can choose to pursue. Communication is key for businesses to operate efficiently and meaningfully with both employees and their customer base, and this is what a student of corporate communication will typically focus on. Courses incorporate a number of facets of communication, including marketing, advertising, public relations, psychology, law and ethics. Psychology, sociology and even IT often come into play in a student’s education in this field.
- Marketing Officers
- Junior Executive
- Customer Service Officer
Fundamental of Corporate Communication • Introduction to Communication Theories • Introduction to Public Relations • Grammar in Action I • Grammar in Action II • Effective Listening & Speaking Skills I • Effective Listening & Speaking Skills II • Essential of Human Communication • Pengajian Malaysia 2 (Malaysian Studies)/ Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 • Psychology of Communication • Customer Relations • Corporate Communication Practice I • Principles of Management • Office Application Software • Corporate Communication Practice II • U2 Subject
Intercultural Communication • Contemporary Advertising • Oral Communication in Business • U3 Subject • Introduction to Brand Management • Professional Image Building • U4 Subject • Corporate Communication Practice III • Mass Media and Society • Desktop Publishing • Organizational Communication • Professional & Organisational Writing • Ethics and the Media • Negotiation for Success • Publicity and Strategies in Corporate Communication • Public Relations Practices
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