MASTER OF MASS COMMUNICATION
The Master of Mass Communication (M.M.C.) degree program focuses
on media management. It is designed for those who wish to become
professionals in some aspect of mass communications.
M.M.C. students are required to complete 36 hours of coursework.
This includes a professional practicum experience with a newspaper,
magazine, television or radio station, advertising or public relations
department or agency, or some other approved mass media-related organization.
A thesis is not required for this degree program.
Required courses include the basic M.M.C. core of Research Methods
in Mass Communication, Integrated Communication Principles, Media
Law, Issues in Mass Communication Management, Media Economics and
Practicum in Mass Communication Management.
In addition to the core requirements, students pursuing the M.M.C.
may enroll in the General program of study or select the Integrated
Communication area of emphasis.
Courses outside the M.M.C. core may be taken in the Moore
School of Business or in other University schools or departments.