The Mass Communication and Marketing program is designed to provide students with an understanding of the electronic media from both theoretical and practical perspectives. The curriculum prepares students for careers in Mass Communication and/or graduate studies in electronic media and communication
The study of mass communication prepares students for careers in news reporting and editing for digital media, newspapers, television, public relations, and other mass media. The department’s graduates usually take jobs with businesses, government agencies, professional, and non-profit organizations. Other graduates enter advertising or areas of specialized communication such as writing about medicine,
technology, or business. Still others are choosing careers in “new media” – interactive computer systems, and information distribution.
Our online platform provides students with the latest tools for collaborative virtual learning environment. Each student has the opportunity to study and apply innovative solutions for the courses; collaboration between the faculty and other students; and online resources that help the student to develop the knowledge.
Our participants learn doing activities in the virtual classroom as well as simulations, group encounters, attending video conferences, among other very practical activities.
Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication and Marketing.
Applicants will be considered for admission if they satisfy the following:
- Submit a high school diploma or a GED,
- Submit a completed admissions application,
- Submit a $100 nonrefundable application fee,
- Submit an updated resume
- Submit a personal statement that describes the applicant’s professional accomplishments and goals.
- Copy of valid government issued ID
- Online students must have access to the Internet
- Students applying for the graduate program must also submit a copy of their official transcripts from their
undergraduate. Have achieved a minimum undergraduate grade point average of at least 2.0 (4.0).
Students must have access to the Internet, Webcam and Audio (Headset and Microphone).
Intel Core2 Duo CPU 2.XX GHz o AMD. RAM 2 GB
Activated X able and unlock for Microsoft internet Explorer
Java 6.0 or superior
Intel CPU (512MB RAM or superior)
Safari Plug-ins able
Java 6.0 or superior
Kernet 2.6 or superior
X lib x11r6 or superior
C++ lib libstdc++ 6
Desktop:XFce 4.0 o posteior, KDE, Ximian, Gnome
Versión de GDK/GTK:2.0 or superior
Glib:2.0 or superior
Java 1.6 or superior
Moodle for WINDOWS
2 GB RAM
1GB space free
Browser: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet
Adobe Flash PLayer
Webcam and Microphone
Microsoft 365 for tablets and Android
Microsoft needs very few requeriments for using his office suite on Android phones: Android Kitkat 4.4c or higher and 1GB RAM or higher
The student must have at least 2.0 GPA and approve all the subjects to graduate.
120 CREDIT HOURS
Career Total Investment: $ 42.000
Credit Hours cost: $ 350