ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR M.SC. MASS COMMUNICATION IN NOUN
Below are the requirements to get admitted to study for a Master’s degree in Mass Communication at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
Programme Title:—M.sc. Mass Communication
Host Faculty:—Social Sciences
Degree Type:—Postgraduate (Masters)
Duration:— Minimum of 18 months
The broad objectives of the programme include the training of highly skilled communication practitioners in response to the demands of today’s complex and ever-expanding communication industry in particular and national needs in general.
The programme is designed to produce scholars and researchers for the sustenance of communication education. Accordingly, the curriculum is designed to encompass most of the broad contents in communication practices.The National Open University of Nigeria, (NOUN) is the only Nigerian University dedicated to Distance Learning in the Country. Thank you for choosing the NOUN to pursue your postgraduate studies that will have a profound influence on your future. The National Open University of Nigeria from the inception of its academic programmes in 2003, had commenced Postgraduate studies in each of its five schools, particularly at the postgraduate Diploma level. Nonetheless, the Senate of the NOUN formalized the establishment of a School of Postgraduate Studies at its 46th Regular Meeting of April 6, 2009. The Postgraduate programmes of the University are run either on Full-time (particularly for research-based Ph.D and Masters Degrees) OR flexible time bases. Our programmes are designed to expand the depth of your knowledge and to develop new skills, update your professional skills as well as add value to your organisation and business. Hence most of our programmes, particularly at the Postgraduate Diploma and Masters level, are by Coursework and Research underpinned by the principles of Open and Distance Learning. Below are the compulsory O.level requirements as well as the acceptable results and their minimum grades.
|Literature In English||C6|
|Communication Arts||Second Class Lower|
|Journalism||Second Class Lower|
|Mass Communication||Second Class Lower|
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