Что я буду изучать?

Students in the communication major are exposed to the fundamental tenets of several aspects of the field, including interpersonal communication, oral communication, verbal and nonverbal communication, organizational communication, health communication, intercultural communication, and electronically mediated communication. They also learn about different approaches to research and practice within each field. Students also choose one of five concentrations which will allow them to focus their studies in an area best reflecting their personal interests and professional needs: 1) Media Theory and Production, which emphasizes the production, reception, and interpretation of messages via electronic media as well as the role of media institutions in society; 2) Corporate Communication, which emphasizes the analysis of verbal and nonverbal communication in interpersonal, business, and professional contexts as well as the development of skills to increase efficiency in conveying or interpreting messages in those contexts; 3) Journalism, which emphasizes the creation and interpretation of messages in a variety of news media and the development of journalistic ethics and reporting skills; 4) Public Relations, which emphasizes the construction of messages for public consumption across media and the development of skills to enhance the efficacy of conveying a message clearly and accurately via mass media institutions; or 5) Health Communication, which emphasizes the collection and dissemination of information about health issues on public, institutional, and interpersonal scales. Students may only major in one concentration; double majoring in two different concentration is prohibited.

Career Opportunities

The benefits of a communication major are manifold. Some graduates of the communication major continue their education in graduate school or law school. Others work for television or radio broadcast stations, newspapers, public service organizations, hospitals, insurance companies, public relations firms, political campaigns, and other businesses. Our unique partnership with WAMC Northeast Public Radio enables our best students to write, produce, and broadcast news reports at a national level an excellent springboard for careers in journalism and broadcasting. Students also have an opportunity to produce professional promotional videos for nonprofit organizations through the University’s Institute for Media and Nonprofit Communication. Regardless of the concentration they choose, our graduates tell us that the communication curriculum has helped them not only to develop their writing and speaking skills, but also to handle specialized assignments such as creating questionnaires and conducting interviews that provide useful data for their organizations.

Program Objectives

Intellectual Range

To enlarge and deepen students’ understanding of human nature as reflected in and affected by various forms of communication.
To enlarge and deepen students’ understanding and appreciation of the role of communication in human society and individual life.
To deepen students’ understanding of the various forms and media of communication.
To enhance students’ understanding of the conditions for both success and failure in communication, as well as abuses of power through communication.
Important Communication Skills

The ability to convey information and to persuade others effectively and efficiently whether in written, oral, or electronically mediated communication is of great value in personal, family, professional, and political life.

Note: International students who have been admitted for Fall 2020 and are unable to travel to the US may defer their admission to Spring 2021.

На каком факультете я буду учиться?

College of Arts and Sciences

Варианты обучения

Очная (4 лет)

Цена
US$36,606.00 (2,637,741 руб) за 1 год

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Начало обучения

Предполагаемое начало: Август 2021

Где

College of Arts and Sciences

1215 Wilbraham Road,

SPRINGFIELD,

Massachusetts,

01119, United States

Вступительные требования

Для студентов, проживающих в Соединенных Штатах

This challenging accelerated program is designed for highly motivated high school students who typically have a GPA of 3.50 or higher. If you qualify, you can be conditionally admitted to the MS in Organizational Leadership program when you apply as a high school senior. If you maintain at least a 3.30 annual GPA overall, the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) requirement will be waived. If you do not meet the GPA and SAT requirements as an incoming freshman, you join the program in your senior year. You must maintain a GPA of at least 3.00 overall and on accounting courses, and obtain an acceptable GMAT score.

Для иностранных студентов

Students admitted as regular, degree-seeking candidates must have graduated from an approved secondary school (high school) or have obtained a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) by the time of their matriculation.

Undergraduate students can use any of the following standardized tests to meet our English language requirement:

TOEFL - 79 IBT

IELTS - 6

PTE Academic - 53

STEP Eiken - Pre-1

iTEP – 4

Duolingo - 105 DET

Admission is on rolling basis.

Требования к IELTS могут отличаться в зависимости от выбранного курса

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