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Masters in Communication

Did you know that around 75% of our day is spent communicating in some way? 

A Masters in Communication degree involves the study of how we create information and share it with one another, both on an interpersonal and organizational level.

Read on to find out about common Master of Communication degree types, entry requirements, specializations and career prospects.

Key Skills

Common skills gained from a Masters in Communication include:

  • Communication skills (funnily enough!) – including professional, persuasive and relevant communication via various channels
  • Creative thinking
  • Research, analysis and presentation skills
  • General IT skills
  • The ability to work well both independently and in a team
  • Critical evaluation
  • Understanding a range of communication processes
  • A strong understanding of how media works and how it impacts our lives.