Welcome to the Master of Communications Management (MCM) Program, offering professional communicators, communications executives, educators and entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to earn a postgraduate degree while continuing to earn a living. We specifically designed this program with you in mind, letting you balance work and life while building a powerful network of lifelong friends and colleagues. That's the MCM advantage.
What is MCM?
The Master of Communications Management is a partnership degree offered by McMaster University and Syracuse University for professionals in the areas of public relations, public affairs, government communications, government relations, health communications, community management, community engagement, public participation, advocacy, stakeholder relations, consulting and communications management.
The degree combines the academic and professional expertise of three academic units (CSMM, DeGroote School of Business and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications) to offer Canada's only communications management graduate program.
The best of communications research, strategy, law, ethics and theory combined with core business management courses in strategic planning and finance, marketing, management studies.
Additionally, the MCM offers social media strategy and management, conflict resolution, crisis management, reputation and brand management and leadership.
Who is MCM for?
Professional communicators and executives working in corporate communication, public relations management, consulting, government, healthcare, not-for-profits, agencies or the education sector.
Professionals seeking to transition into the education sector.
Young professionals seeking to fast-track into management.
Busy professionals looking for self-paced, online study in the convenience of their home or office in a learning model that builds a supportive learning community of successful fellow students, alumni, researchers and instructors.
Why should I enroll?
Complete your master's degree in two years with six brief on-campus residencies at McMaster University plus conveniently scheduled online sessions
Network with engaging faculty, communication peers, and colleagues from a variety of backgrounds and geographies.