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10 Terrible Things That Will Happen to Mass Comm Departments in Nigeria that Don’t Unbundle

Preamble It is no longer news that the National Universities Commission (NUC) has unbundled Mass Communication into seven separate degree programmes to meet present demand and this will effect from 2020 admissions into Nigerian universities. The seven new Programmes/Departments, to be domiciled in a Faculty/School/College of Communication and Media Studies …

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20 Disturbing Questions About Mass Comm Degree Now Phased Out in Nigeria

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has unbundled Mass Communication into seven separate degree programmes to meet present demand and this takes effect from 2020 admissions into Nigerian universities. This means that the NUC will proceed to discuss with the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) board on the inclusion of the …

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20 Disturbing Questions About Unbundling of Mass Communication Degree in Nigeria

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has unbundled Mass Communication into seven separate degree programmes to meet present demand and this takes effect from 2020 admissions into Nigerian universities. This means that the NUC will proceed to discuss with the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) board on the inclusion of the …

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10 Things Mass Communication Students Don’t Want To Hear About Journalism Practice In Nigeria, Please Don’t Read 5 & 7

Mass communication is an exciting profession with various branches, one of which is journalism. Be it print, broadcast or online journalism, this branch of the profession is regarded as rugged, intriguing and tasking. The focus here is on students of Mass Communication, Communication Arts, Media and Journalism or any other …

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See Eight Powerful Courses To Replace Mass Communication Degree In Nigeria

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 …

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