Duration: 2.0 yrs |Mode: Regular|Avg. Fees: 30,000 / Year
32 (Courses) 26 (Institute)
Master’s in Mass Communication (MMC) is a two-year postgraduate mass communication course that involves a thorough and extensive study of mass media means such as magazines, radio, television, newspapers, magazines, and others.
Students in the master's programme learn about means of communication through which individuals and organizations convey information/ news to the general public through different means of mass media.
Advertising & Corporate Communication
Inter Cultural Communication
Development of Media
Radio & Television
Media Law Ethics
Principles of Mass Communication
New Media Technology
There are various jobs for students after Masters in Mass Communication, they can work for All India Radio, advertising agencies, broadcasting corporations, legal department, tv channels, periodicals and magazines, and others.
Here’s a list of popular profiles offered to students of M.M.C:
Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Engineering Entrance Exam , Delhi University Science , Delhi University Arts are some of the exams that you can appear for to get admission in Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.
Following are some of the top colleges offering Media and Mass Communication courses : Institute of Management-Christ University (Bangalore) , Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce (Delhi) , Madras Christian College (Chennai) , Xavier Institute of Communications (Mumbai) , Kishinchand Chellaram College of Arts Science and Commerce (Mumbai). You can explore these colleges on our website to check if they offer Master of Mass Communication (MMC) or not.
The average fee for Master of Mass Communication (MMC) is INR 30,000 per year.
Some of the popular specializations for M.M.C. (Master of Mass Communication) are : Broadcast Journalism , Journalism , Film making & Production , Visual Communication , Digital Journalism.
Master of Mass Communication (MMC) is a 2 year course.
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