Masters in Communications by Top Schools

Top schools offering Masters in Communications degree programs:

Johns Hopkins University
- It offers a practical and flexible Master of Arts in Communication degree, students can take classes at a full- or part-time pace.
- Full-time students can complete their coursework in a little over one year. Students enrolled part time can earn their degrees in about two years or take up to five years if they wish.
- The Hopkins reputation is known world-wide for excellence. It is ranked 19th internationally in the ARWU 2009.

University of Ottawa (Canada)
- The Department of Communication offers two types of masters: Master of Arts in Communication (MA), and Master in Communication (MC).
- The master's programs are offered in the two official languages of Canada, French and English.

Monash University (Australia)
- The Master of Communications offers advanced study of global communications and media.
- The program offers three postgraduate qualifications, with entry/exit points into faculty certificate, graduate diploma and masters programs.
- The entire Masters program can be studied on-campus or through off-campus flexible delivery incorporating print and on-line teaching and learning.

Northwestern University
- It offers the Master of Science in Communication (MSC) degree.
- The Program is designed for professionals from a wide variety of undergraduate majors, job functions and experience levels.
- Communication alumni have been successful wherever they go after graduation.

University of Hawaii at Manoa
- The School of Communications offers a graduate program leading to the M.A. degree in Communication.
- The program does not require any standardized test scores (e.g., GRE, GMAT, etc.).
- Graduates of the program have been employed as college instructors, managers of communication companies and training programs, consultants, etc.
- The University is ranked 125th in the world for Arts & Humanities according to THE-QS World University Rankings 2009.

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)
- The Master of Arts in Communication is a graduate researched based program that focuses on theory research, research methods and communication principles.
- The Master's program concentrates on the following specific fields of communication: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Organizational Communication and Mass (Media) Communication.
- UTEP faculty includes a number of highly recognized experts in the various Communication subfields. The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

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