The Concentration Area of Media and Communication Management offers theoretical and practical education in conventional and new media studies within an interdisciplinary and critical approach. As such, it covers courses from a variety of fields, such as public relations, advertising, political science, and anthropology.
The objective of the The Concentration Area of Media and Communication Management is to train our students as media professionals who could effectively create and manage content in fields like public relations, marketing, advertising, and online journalism, and who could use and lead the technical and aesthetic languages of divergent media settings. It is also our objective to educate prospective communication scholars who will make valuable contributions to the discipline.
Employment Opportunities for Our Graduates:
Thanks to the current changes in media settings as a result of the developing information communication technologies, our graduates could enjoy a rich variety of work opportunities. They could work in any private, public or non-governmental organization in the media sector. They could work as editors and producers in the press, radio, television, and motion pictures production companies; as opinion researchers, search engine consultants, and reputation managers in public relations and consultancy firms; as media content-producers and mobile marketing directors in advertising agencies, and as social media specialists in various public, private, and non-governmental organizations. In other words, they could find employment in any professional positions requiring the production and management of media-related content.
Maximum graduation Time Master with Thesis : 4 semester classes + 2 semester thesis so 6 semester. Master without Thesis : 3 semester
Requirements for graduation from Program Master with Thesis: 7 classes + 1 Seminsr and Thesis. Master without Thesis: 10 classes + Graduation Project.
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