The Master of Communications and Media Management is designed for students with a bachelor's degree seeking to transition to a communication-related career, or for those seeking to move up into a management role in their present media profession. The rapid rate of technological change in media technology has created a need for constant retraining and the acquisition of new multimedia knowledge and management skills. The program curriculum is designed to provide students with a comprehensive overview of "new media" developments. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to strategize and manage specific communications projects, as well as manage and direct staff members or contract workers in a communications unit within a corporate, educational, or nonprofit organization.

Effective Spring 2016 

Required Courses
JTC 526Digital Media Writing and Production3
JTC 545Organizational Media Production3
JTC 560Managing Communications Systems3
JTC 571Digital Media Research and Evaluation Methods3
JTC 573Strategic Digital Communication3
JTC 640Public Communication Technologies3
Selected Courses
Select four courses from the following, two of which must be at the 500-level: 12
Professional and Technical Communication (GT-CO3)
Corporate and Professional Communication (GT-C03)
History of Media
Advertising
Writing for Specialized Magazines
Corporate Media Ethics and Issues
Corporate Digital Video Editing
Public Relations
Corporate Web Design and Management
Program Total Credits:30