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 Communications, M.S. is 36 credits and when taken part-time can be completed in two to three years.
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