Can an MBA student complete a master's degree in mass communications?


Can an MBA student complete a master's degree in mass communications?

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Kent State University has a dual MBA/Master of Arts (MA) in Communication Studies degree program.

Kent State University's dual degree program requires 35-41 credit hours for the MBA portion, and 20-27 credit hours for the MA in Communication Studies portion of the program. One admissions application is used for entry into both programs, but each program makes a separate admissions decision. Admissions decisions are based on Graduate Management Admissions test (GMAT or Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores, grades, references, an admissions essay, and professional experience. The MA in Communication Studies has a global experience requirement with participation in an internship or study abroad program. The Kent State University School of Communications Studies admissions and advising departments can be either contacted by email listed on their website, a question entry form on their website, or by visiting the Kent State University Campus with questions about the program.

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