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Tallinn University's new Masters' programme is designed for people who are interested in communicative processes within organisations and are keen to learn more about public relations and communicative phenomena throughout society. The programme offers flexible courses with an international academic team and fellow-students from many countries.
The Communication Management Masters' Programme curriculum consists of compulsory and optional modules. Topics covered include communication theories, strategic management, research methodology, ethics, marketing communication, risk, crisis and political communication and media relations. There will also be an opportunity to study inter-cultural communication and interaction, advertising, advertising psychology, propaganda and imagology.
During the course students will acquire a solid knowledge of contemporary theories and methods of communication with an emphasis on organisational communication and public relations. Graduates will also have the skills to design and conduct communication management tasks, recognise problems and offer innovative solutions based on scientific thinking. They will be capable of interaction at an international level through having the necessary knowledge, language and presentation skills.
Students should be curious to learn, ready to be innovative and motivated to keep themselves informed about developments and changes in the communications field. They should also be tolerant of different people, cultures and world views and be prepared to discuss their own views with people of other social and scientific backgrounds.