Social Sciences School offers a Graduate Certificate with specialization in Mass communication , providing affordable online academic excellence to students that they are otherwise unable to access due to unfavorable circumstances. The programs at Mount Bridge supersede their traditional counterparts offered by other universities across the globe, by providing internationally accredited degrees, accepted by employers worldwide.
About School of
The Faculty of Social Sciences focuses on the way people think and act in society. At the School of Social Sciences, we strive to discover facts about the social world, the rigorous efforts of our faculty and students, the school is always busy creating solutions for the society and its inhabitants.
The School of Social Sciences of Mount Bridge is based on interdisciplinary work that impacts policies and practice, and innovative and methodological approaches (qualitative and quantitative). Our distinctive style of teaching is an ambulation of theories and advanced experiences of our faculty, along with the combination of social sciences and practical applications. We encourage students to strengthen their understanding of the rapidly changing world and its impact on public debate relating to policies and practices.
About This Program
The well-designed curriculum at Mount Bridge strive to achieve academic excellence, allowing students to receive divulging knowledge through the comprehensive education programs. Aiming to produce outstanding professionals, equipped with fundamental knowledge and problem solving skills to advance their careers.
Graduate Certificate Program
- Bachelor’s degree or equiv. international education
- Courses: 2
- Credit Hours: 12
- Duration: 1 Month (Self-Paced)
- Fee: $2,400
You can choose following courses for your Graduate Certificate . Each course offers unique learning experience for you. Each course is prepared by highly qualified faculty from around the globe. Course content is updated so to equip the students with most relevant knowledge in the field.
|Mass Communication Research (MAC-121)
|Introduction To Visual Communication (VSC-265)