Communications is a study field that deals with human communication processes which aim to share the meaningful information. Communication studies look into different contexts and examine how the information is interpreted. Researchers aim to explain human communication issues and usually focus on empirical methods as experimental design, surveys, focus groups, interviews and quasi-experimental design. The discipline also is based on sociology, psychology, biology, political sciences, economics, anthropology, public policy, mathematics, information science and etc. The study field is closely related to modern information sharing technologies such as radio, television, mass media, social-networks. Graduates can work in advertising, marketing, public relations, radio, television, writing, publishing, journalism, electronic journalism, PR or online media.
This programme offers the opportunity to complete a master’s degree with a dual focus on the complementary disciplines of International Relations and International Non-Governmental Organisations.
This programme takes an interdisciplinary approach to human rights and goes beyond a narrow, legalistic approach to the subject.
The Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy (ADIP) provides a focused psychotherapy training that challenges and contributes to a wide range of understandings of the therapeutic encounter.
The MA Global Management with pathways offers an enhanced study of global organisations, their management and the changing external context in which they operate.
The Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy (ADEP) provides specialist psychotherapy training emphasising the challenges, innovations and re-interpretations of the therapeutic encounter.
The DPsych programme aims to develop counselling psychologists who meet British Psychological Society (BPS) and Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) standards of competency.
The CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing (awarded by the Chartered Institute of Marketing) provides marketers with the essential knowledge and skills needed to plan, implement and monitor effective digital marketing campaigns. Digital marketing is now at the forefront of customer-centric communications in an increasingly multi-channel environment. This qualification will allow you to make the most of the new business opportunities on offer, add depth to your CV and will improve your employment and promotional prospects.
The goal of the M.A. program in communication is to produce well-educated graduates who are intellectually prepared to enter a wide variety of occupations. Because each individual's goals are unique, the graduate curriculum in communication is intentionally flexible to accommodate each student's particular plan of study. In addition to its ability to adapt to a broad spectrum of interests, another strength of the program is accessibility of faculty and purposely small classes that allow for a great deal of student-faculty interaction.
The goals of the program in Communication Sciences and Disorders are to train professionals to conduct research and be consumers of research in communication sciences and disorders and to prepare competent professionals to habilitate and rehabilitate individuals who have speech, language, and/or hearing problems. The program also serves to provide students in other curricula at Penn State with orientation toward and information about communication sciences and disorders.
The rapid evolution of technology demands a new generation of talented, tech-centric business leaders equipped with the knowledge to anticipate change and leverage it to make their organizations smarter. The Johns Hopkins MS in Information Systems meets that need, challenging technology professionals to integrate their business expertise with the technical components of developing, managing, and deploying information systems.
The programme will provide you with the ability to deploy strategic foresight and encourage you to engage in the spirit of constructive dialogue and mutual understanding.
The courses in the programme offer innovative opportunities for thinking globally and locally while examining institutional debates that highlight complexities of policy, governance and social interaction at multiple levels of society, in both wealthier and poorer countries.