Three recent graduates of the CPC Master's program discuss the focus and benefits of this unique program, which include a thesis, project, and non-thesis option.
Monmouth University’s graduate program in Corporate and Public Communication prepares students to take advantage of evolving career opportunities while developing or enhancing the practical and conceptual skills needed to excel as communication specialists. The curriculum prepares students for entry into a variety of fields or post-graduate programs. Students are required to complete 31 credits, distributed among core courses, electives, colloquia, and a thesis, capstone project, or non-thesis option.
The program—facilitated by graduate faculty possessing a broad range of professional and scholarly credentials—provides an in-depth, balanced study of practice and theory. Monmouth also allows students to focus their coursework in areas such as Strategic Public Relations and New Media, Public Service Communication and Human Resources Management and Communication.
Lastly, students are encouraged to engage in a Corporate and Public Communication Internship. The internship provides students with a practical learning experience that, along with a high level of personalized attention, is a hallmark of a Monmouth education.
PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
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The University also offers several specialist certificates, to increase your marketability. Many students choose to devote a portion of their master's study to earning a certificate, but Monmouth allows those who already possess master’s degrees in other disciplines to complete a full master’s degree, or those who have achieved the role of supervisor and wish to pursue advanced education to earn them as well.
* See MA requirements above
For program details, please contact:
Dr. Deanna ShoemakerDirector of the Graduate Program in Corporate and Public Communication732-263-5194 or firstname.lastname@example.org