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Master in Mass Communication

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Master in Mass Communication

This master program offers a crossdisciplinary insight into the changing landscape of the media industries from mass communication and public relations to the new digital age. The master program nurtures and builds on your individual experience as a media user or amateur content creator, but it also enhances your awareness and understanding of how media and public relations are shaping the world we live in today, and how humanity will evolve within Artificial Intelligence and environmental concerns.
The master offers a diverse curriculum covering media and public relations histories, media now, and future media. Mass Communication and public relations studies have been described as "the defining subject of our age". So when you choose this Media and Communications and public relations MA, you will be developing your professional portfolio of media and communication projects. You'll explore different aspects of the media industries and professions such as strategic communication, media production, public relations, advocacy, marketing and advertising, digital art, creative writing and so many other areas which speak to your individual interests and potential future career paths.
This master program is composed of three semesters with complementary research. This program is delivered in English and Arabic, taught by highly qualified teaching staff. The faculty has graduated twelve master students in Batch one and now is running Batch two with nine students.
Faculty of Mass Communication awards Master of Mass Communication and Public Relations to candidates who complete courses during three semesters (30 credit hours) and supplementary graduation research (6 credit hours), or by research after completing a period of at least two years. The master program seeks to achieve the skills that enable students to integrate into society, namely: Candidates adhere to values, traditions and cultural legacies in their profession and social behavior. Commitment to honesty, objectivity, integrity, and social and academic responsibility. Implementing tools and mechanisms that contribute to confirming those values.