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Master's Degree in Mass Communication

Mass communication programs can result in a Master of Arts (M.A.), Master of Science (M.S.)
or Master of Mass Communication (MMC) degree. The curricula of the programs are very
similar, but M.A. programs most often include more liberal arts education components, while
M.S. programs tend to require more theoretical and research courses. In order to complete the
program, students need to pass comprehensive examinations, write and defend a thesis and/or
complete another major project. Some schools also offer programs online and during the
evenings.
Students study and utilize several forms of media including print journalism, blogs, social
networks, photojournalism, advertising and broadcasting. They can frequently choose to
specialize in one of these types of media. Coursework teaches investigative techniques, such as
surveying, interviewing and directing focus groups. Throughout the program, students can
acquire practical skills in researching, writing, critical thinking, ethical decision-making,
speaking and presenting.