Master of Corporate and Organizational Communication With concentration in Corporate Relations
This program presents the principles and practices of corporate communication and, through a course of study, offers a balance of theoretical and practical skills.
and, through a course of study, offers a balance of theoretical and practical skills.
1.A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college with a grade point ratio of 3.00
2.A TOEFL Score of 550
3.A writing sample must be submitted
4.Two letters of recommendation
5.Submission of an official Bachelor degree transcript
6.A score report of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test taken within the last five years. Instead of a GRE test students can choose to take three of the following courses:
MADS 6608 Organizational Communication and Conflict Management
MADS 6604 Ethics and Public Values
MADS 6613 Marketing of Public and Non profit Organization
MADS 6611 ST: International Marketing
MADS 6611 ST: Public Relations and Advertisement
MADS 6611 ST: Buyer Behavior and Motivation
7.Applicants who have not completed all requirements for admission to the degree program may be permitted to enroll in classes for credit on a non matriculated or non degree basis.
8.This program will commence on Fall 2003. The last day for registration is July first, 2003.
9.This program is limited to a maximum of 15 students.
Basic Requirements (24 credits)
All degree candidates are required to take the following courses (9 credits):
CCOM6001 Corporate Communications (3 credits)
CCOM6042 Professional Writing and Editing (3 credits)
CCOM7030 Research Materials and Methods (3 credits)
Applied Communications (3 credits)
COMM6043 Oral Presentation
Communications Theory (3 credits)
CCOM6021 Communications Theory (3 credits)
Business course (3 credits)
MGMT5515 Strategic Management and Organizational Design (3 credits)
Psychology course (3 credits)
PSYC6611 Industrial Psychology (3 credits)
PSYC6613 Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
All students must register to the following course
CCOM7099 Masterís Project (3 credits)
Electives (24 Credits)
All degree candidates are required to take four of the following courses (12 credits):
CCOM6045 Corporate Relations
CCOM6046 Stakeholder Relations
CCOM6063 Audiovisual Media (3 credits)
CCOM7025 Communication and Change
CCOM7070 International Corporate Communications and Culture (3 credits)