In today’s global environment, the line separating communications & media studies and business is blurring, and often graduates from communications and media programs are expected to perform tasks that entail business training—e.g. market analysis, marketing campaigns—while business graduates are expected to know how to effectively communicate with a company’s publics, manage a crisis or chart out technology trends.
Likewise, in today’s converging media environment, communication professionals are expected to have a broad range of knowledge and creative skills—from critical thinking and excellent writing to the ability to create publications, websites and other interactive environments. Combined with modules in new media and communication management, CNM’s modules in visual and game design seek to enrich student’s experience and prepare them for this converging field.
The double degree programme (DDP)* offers six choices for students:
|BA & BBA (Hons) - a single honours double degree programme|
|BA & BBA (Acc. Hons) - a single honours double degree programme|
|B.Soc.Sci. (Hons) & BBA (Hons) - a double honours double degree programme|
|B.Soc.Sci. (Hons) & BBA (Acc. Hons) - a double honours double degree programme|
|B.Soc.Sci (Hons) & BBA - a single honours double degree programme|
|B.Soc.Sci (Hons) & BBA (Acc.) - a single honours double degree programme|
*click the respective programme to view the curriculum for 2015 cohort
Students can choose to leave the program, or can be asked to leave the program, if they fail to meet requirements. Students who leave the double degree program are permitted to work instead for a single degree in their original home Faculty/School. Modular credits completed in the double degree program will be counted towards the fulfillment of the degree requirements of the home Faculty/School, subject to the normal limits of the Faculty/School curriculum. For more details visit the Registrar's Office Website