If the student has not taken undergraduate
courses in a field of specialization, he is required to take eighteen (18)
units of qualifying courses to be determined by the Academic Program
Chairperson unless otherwise specified in the curriculum;
The student may take more than the prescribed units in any distribution
in the curriculum to meet his career objective and professional needs;
Free electives may be chosen from among the courses offered which are
outside the required subjects in the studentâ€™s curriculum;
If the student has completed courses substantially equivalent to the
required courses, he may waive the latter by application to the Dean.
The Master in Communication program is a
graduate communication offering which responds to the growing demand for a
more innovative, creative, and skills-oriented curricular program steeped in
research, technology, culture and management.
It addresses the need for a more balanced Philippine communication
environment by preparing communication managers and decision-makers to be
more attuned to the challenges of information society and global
The Master in Communication program is envisioned as a
seat of globalized education in the field of Communication Management,
Multi-Media Communication, and Communication Research.
To graduate skilled and globally competitive
professionals in government, non-government and corporate enterprises
equipped with the mastery of a particular area in communication.
Qualitative and/or Quantitative Researches on the following:
Specialization: Communication Management
Specialization: Communication Research
Specialization: Broadcast Journalism
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