Do you have a solid business background? Does communicating or marketing a company’s product, brand or identity to the public sound interesting to you? If you answered yes to even one of these questions, a Master of Arts (MA) in Business Communication might be right for you. What is an MA in Business Communication? Simply put, the program teaches students how to communicate both within and w… Read more
Do you have a solid business background? Does communicating or marketing a company’s product, brand or identity to the public sound interesting to you? If you answered yes to even one of these questions, a Master of Arts (MA) in Business Communication might be right for you.
What is an MA in Business Communication? Simply put, the program teaches students how to communicate both within and without a business model. The program incorporates elements of an MBA, but focuses specifically on communications. Typical course topics include marketing, public relations and corporate reputation or management. Many programs offer internship possibilities in the final year of study to give students practical expertise in the field as well as important job and networking opportunities.
There are many benefits to obtaining an MA in Business Communication. Most notably, students walk away with a degree that offers pointed instruction in effective corporate communications, which can be applied to a number of different industries.
The costs of obtaining this type of degree vary by institution and location. For a more precise accounting of exact course and registration fees, contact the institution you’re interested in applying to directly.
Graduates with an MA in Business Communication realize rewarding careers in advertising agencies, marketing departments and public relations and press offices of myriad different types of businesses. Often, graduates with design courses under their belt go on to work as graphic or website designers within advertising or corporate communications departments. Some graduates go into business for themselves as communications consultants, tailoring their work to smaller businesses or startups in particular.
There are numerous opportunities to earn an MA in Business Communication both in the United States and overseas. The degree is also conducive to taking online courses, and many working professionals or students who are pursuing the degree part time choose this route. To get started, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
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