Developing, transmitting, receiving, and analyzing messages to broad audiences via vocal and written media is known as mass communication. Print, digital media, the Internet, social media, radio, and television are all examples of these mediums.
A certificate in mass communication is an interdisciplinary program that can lead to various vocations, including advertising, broadcasting, public relations, journalism, and publishing. Students would learn how the media operates and influences our society.
andidates are admitted for the above course on the basis of their paper qualification and work experience. However, the general admissions into National Diploma programmes are:
The general requirement for a National Diploma is 5 o/level credits (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB or equivalents) in not more than two sittings and a pass in JAMB UTME for the appropriate year of entry. Another mode of entry is a pass of the NVC (National Vocational Certificate) from an approved institution.