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The 7 Courses To Replace Mass Communication Degree In Nigeria

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Professors, professionals and practitioners of communication in Nigeria presented new communication curricula to National Universities Commission (NUC). Proponents of the new curricula worked on it for over two years and have been advocating for its acceptance and adoption. They include professors and senior lecturers from the departments of mass communication/communication studies of numerous universities spread across the six geo-political zones of Nigeria.

Others that were part of the advocacy for acceptance of the new curricula are regulatory agencies such as the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and Nigerian Press Council (NPC); professional bodies such as the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON), Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) and Radio, Television and Theartre Arts Workers Union (RATTAWU); practitioners such as the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), print media journalists and the Director of Public Relations of the Nigerian Navy; and international development agencies such as UNESCO, UNICEF and the MacArthur Foundation.

If you are interested in studying mass communication in Nigeria or you are a graduate of this discipline, seven new courses would be replacing this degree. Here are the seven independent degree-awarding departments which the new curricula seek to establish in place of mass communication:
1. Journalism & Media Studies

2. Public Relations

3. Advertising

4. Broadcasting

5. Film & Multimedia Studies

6. Development Communication Studies

7.Information & Media Studies

Read details;
massmediang.com/see-seven-powerful-courses-to-replace-mass-communication-degree-in-nigeria/


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7 courses to replace mass communication degree in Nigeria

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that is so serious

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Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), print media journalists and the Director of Public

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just seeing this noww

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D did u get off the ???? to

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[ @JIDEY21: ] Professors, professionals and practitioners of communication in Nigeria presented new communication curricula to National Universities Commission (NUC). Proponents of the new curricula worked on it for over two years and have been advocating for its acceptance and adoption. They include professors and senior lecturers from the departments of mass communication/communication studies of numerous universities spread across the six geo-political zones of Nigeria.

Others that were part of the advocacy for acceptance of the new curricula are regulatory agencies such as the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and Nigerian Press Council (NPC); professional bodies such as the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON), Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) and Radio, Television and Theartre Arts Workers Union (RATTAWU); practitioners such as the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), print media journalists and the Director of Public Relations of the Nigerian Navy; and international development agencies such as UNESCO, UNICEF and the MacArthur Foundation.

If you are interested in studying mass communication in Nigeria or you are a graduate of this discipline, seven new courses would be replacing this degree. Here are the seven independent degree-awarding departments which the new curricula seek to establish in place of mass communication:
1. Journalism & Media Studies

2. Public Relations

3. Advertising

4. Broadcasting

5. Film & Multimedia Studies

6. Development Communication Studies

7.Information & Media Studies

Read details;
massmediang.com/see-seven-powerful-courses-to-replace-mass-communication-degree-in-nigeria/





The course is outdated already.

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Those are good cause

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Is true these are courses that should replace mass communication, especially public relationship.

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that is very good, the subject are very good. sure

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communications in Nigeria

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Its a good development in Nigeria

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He's a good professor

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Good to hear that

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Why did they want to replace it.

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