Masters degrees in Communications Management equip postgraduates with the advanced skills to systematically plan, devise and implement channels of communication within an organisation, between organisations and with clients. This includes methods for networking, communications technology and dissemination of information.
Taught MA ad MSc degrees are typically for this field. Entry requirements normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree such as Business or Communication Studies.
Why study a Masters in Communications Management?
Communication techniques are a vital part of any organisation that wishes to operate effectively. You will develop transferrable skills which can be applied to a range of industries, businesses and their facilities.
Training includes an analysis of corporate communication strategies such as branding, marketing, social media and other forms of online communication.
You will learn to manage the flow of information to interested parties (both internal and external) by developing communication directives. These directives aim to disseminate specialist knowledge to non-specialist audiences.
For example, it might include implementing internal training techniques for new members of staff, or developing a means to network with other organisations and consumers.
Careers typically include public relations, business management, and specialist services such as policy-making and regulation within numerous industries.