Awarded ByInfrastructure University
Duration1 ½ years
About the course
Master in Communication course is designed to produce world-class, competent and knowledgeable graduates in the field of communication, who are sought after not only by local corporations but also multinational corporations (MNCs). The programme focuses on refinement of analytical skills and knowledge required for decision making in the areas of advertising, marketing and corporate communication. This programme will benefit those already with an involved career in the communications field, as well as those who possess a related degree and want to hone their abilities and gain further knowledge in the field. Communication between people has grown very complicated nowadays. The virtual world and mass media often have more effect on us than the real face to face conversation. If you are interested in the ways in which the communication in modern world is affecting society, politics and culture, choosing a masters program in Communication would give answers to many of your questions. Students of the Communication studies have a chance to discover the interdisciplinary factors of this field of research and also to find out how communication between people has evolved through the ages. Communication programs are often comprised of humanities, liberal arts, social sciences and media practice. After completing your masters program, you can find satisfactory work challenges in the fields of media and journalism.
Offered through a flexible combination of lectures, seminars and studios, this program provides opportunities for teamwork projects and engagement in industry-based work and study tours. The program will build your strengths in understanding the fundamentals of the changing communication landscapes and will provide valuable insight into current industry trends and practice. There are many job opportunities for strategic professional communicators, and employers are looking for strong theoretical and practical skills, which this program provides. The Master of Communication will qualify you to take on a broad range of communication roles, including communication consultant or manager. You will also be well positioned for advertising, journalism, social and digital media roles.
- The Master in Communication by coursework enables students to gain an in-depth understanding of communication theories and equips them with the practical skills and knowledge needed in communications-related employment areas.
- Skills and knowledge in communication are complementary to other qualifications relating to a wide range of professions.
- The programme includes training in research methods and the preparation of a research project on a communications-related area.
Students are required to complete core subjects (45 credits)
Theories of Communication
Postgraduate Research Methodology
Data Analysis & Interpretation
Contemporary Communication Issues
Organisational Communication: Selected Cases
Corporate Brand Management
Theory and Practice of Corporate Communication
Corporate Social Responsibility
Risk and Crisis Communication
Master’s Research Project
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