1701 - Mass Communications

General

Program Title
Mass Communications
Degree Designation
MS
Program Level
Graduate
Instruction Mode
On Campus
Program Description
This program is a combination of theory and skills to prepare students with strong backgrounds in media history, ethics, theory, law, social institutions as well as skills to prepare students to be competent media practitioners, savvy media consumers and informed citizens. Courses of study under the domain of mass communications include advertising, public relations, journalism and broadcast.
Department(s)
Mass Communications
College/School
College of Liberal Arts
Status
Active

Requirements

Admissions Requirements

  • The GRE is not required.

Notes

2.75

Graduate Plan B

Comments: 33-35

Electives: 21 credits: MCOM 601, MCOM 605, MCOM 632, MCOM 621, MCOM 634, MCOM 652, MCOM 686

Research: 12-14 credits. Select 2 from the following (at least one course must be at the 600 level): MCOM 580, MCOM 585, MCOM 603, MCOM 604, MCOM 630, MCOM 635, MCOM 646, MCOM 670. Select two additional graduate courses outside the program in consultation with advisor.

See program website for additional information.

Learning Outcomes

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