A department that trains mass communication professionals who are mindful of their ethical responsibilities and the developmental challenges of developing countries, and to produce professionals who are able to creatively harness contemporary information technology devices to facilitate national and international development.
The Mass Communication program aims to produce professionals who would employ practical communication and media skills for personal, corporate, and national development. In practice, our graduates would make a difference by upholding high ethical and moral standards that would be models for present and future communication practitioners.
Mass Communication at Chrisland University is a program that allows each student adequate exposure to writing and print journalism skills. In addition, they are given the opportunity for in-depth orientation in elective options in Broadcast, Advertising, and Public Relations.
Admission Requirements: Candidates must have obtained five credit passes at one sitting and six credit passes at two sittings at the ‘O’ Level/Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE, NECO, etc.). Such credits must include English Language, Literature in English, and Mathematics.
Candidates must take the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations [UTME], English Language, Literature in English, and any other two subjects from the Social Sciences, Sciences, and the Arts.
In addition to the above stated ‘O’ level subjects, ONLY candidates who possess a National Diploma in Mass Communication, Journalism, or Chrisland Diploma in Mass Communication, are considered for admission. Such Diploma must be with a minimum of Lower Credit.
Two “A” level passes in relevant subjects including English Literature.
DURATION OF PROGRAMME
The normal period for an honors degree shall be eight (8) semesters. It has duration of four years for students admitted with the Ordinary Level Certificate, and three years for those with Advance Level Certificates.