The Master of Science degree in the School of Communications is a versatile program that meets the needs of various aspects of professional communication. Individuals in public relations, advertising, journalism, and broadcasting, to name a few, as well as those seeking a degree that will enhance their effectiveness and leadership skills within an organization, find this to be a rewarding and beneficial program.
- Practical. Provides the skills employers seek when making hiring decisions.
- Flexibility. Courses are offered at night, which makes the program ideal for working professionals.
- Convenience. Courses are offered at the Richard M. DeVos Center in downtown Grand Rapids.
The M.S. in communication is 36 credits and when taken part-time can be completed in two to three years.
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