MBA- Communication

Importance of Communication

Communication means to share in Latin. Proper communication involves conveying the “intended” meaning to a person, group or an audience using various methodologies. Webster’s Dictionary defines verbal and non-verbal communication as “sending, giving, or exchanging information and ideas,”

Business Communication

Communication is one of the most important aspects of any business. Proper communication plays an important role in an organization; appropriate and accurate communication would eventually increase the profit, goodwill and provide higher customer satisfaction.

Different Types of MBA Communication Programs

Some are listed below, MBA in:

  • Media Management
  • Mass Communication
  • Journalism
  • Corporate Communication
  • Marketing Communication
  • Public Relations
  • Information Management
  • Telecommunications
  • Sales and Marketing

In fact all types of MBA programs will have advanced communication courses as part of their degree program.

Job Outlook and Statistics

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the estimated job projection from 2014-2024:

  • Advertising, Promotions, and Marketing Managers – 9%
  • Public Relations Specialists – 6%
  • Market Research Analysts – 19%
  • Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast News Analysts - -9%

According to BLS-2015 statistics, the annual mean wage for:

  • Public Relations Specialists - $56,770
  • Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast News Analysts - $37,720
  • Technical Writers - $70,240
  • Advertising, Promotions Managers - $113,610
  • Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists - $70,030