MS in Communication Management
The Master of Science (MS) in Communication Management is a professionally oriented degree offering students advanced skills to apply strategic communication as part of the leadership team. The program focuses on strategic and management aspects of communication that include:
- Articulating a mission
- Making ethical decisions on behalf of organizations
- Formulating message strategies
- Understanding research into public opinion
- Designing information campaigns to achieve an organization’s goals.
The MS in Communication Management is for those who want to develop their expertise in strategic public relations, organizational communication, and government and political communication. It serves those in both profit and not-for-profit sectors, as well as in local, national, and global contexts.
The School of Media and Communication sometimes has a limited number of graduate assistantships for outstanding MS students. These assistantships include a stipend plus tuition remission for nine credit hours of coursework each semester, and generally require 20 hours per week of service or teaching assistance to a department.
Other financial support & student health insurance
Information is available on the Temple University Graduate School web website: http://www.temple.edu/grad/finances/