B.A Mass Communication

WHY STUDY B.A Mass Communication?
Master's degree programs in mass communications are offered in various forms by many schools, most commonly as Master of Arts in Mass Communications, Master of Science in Mass Communications or Master of Mass Communications. Possible concentrations include print journalism, photojournalism, advertising and broadcasting. Some programs are offered online and in the evening. Master's degree programs usually require about two years of full-time study.

Prospective students must hold a bachelor's degree in communications or a related field of study and may be required to have relevant work experience. A thesis or other major project is also required.

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Careers in Mass Communication

  • Mass communication theory
  • Research methodologies
  • Media ethics and law
  • Public affairs and opinions
  • International and intercultural communication
  • Organizational communication
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