The Master of Science in Communications program is an interdisciplinary professional program. It addresses the growing need for theory-grounded communication professionals in business, government and the non-profit sectors, including: public relations practitioners, advertising writers, educators, graphic designers, consultants, training and development professionals, media policy experts, print and electronic journalists -- and indeed anyone who must know how to create, manage and assess communication initiatives in a global environment. The MSC program offers students a strong foundation in communication theory and methodology, and encourages application in such emphasis areas as organizational, technological, instructional, and cultural communication.
The program is designed for career-oriented individuals who want to advance in their chosen fields or to move from their undergraduate programs to the competitive job markets. The MSC program's rigorous coverage of communication theory and methodology also provides a strong foundation for those intending to pursue doctoral studies.
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