Graduate Advising

Graduate Advising Office, Student Services Center graduate.advising@franklin.edu

Marketing & Communications

Marketing & Communication Curriculum

  • Look at course content, credits, and prerequisites by viewing Course Descriptions
  • Obtain Graduate Program Faculty information at Franklin University Faculty Profiles
  • Click on the images below to view a welcome message from Program Chair Dr. JoAnna Williamson, a message on academic expectations from faculty member James Sims, and what is expected of students from MCM alumnus Brenda Leyman.

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  1. Facts about Marketing and Communication

    Savvy organizations know they need effective, integrated, and sustainable marketing and communication strategies to stay competitive. Professionals who can develop, implement, and maintain these strategies are highly valued and rewarded by employers – and you can be too with a within Marketing & Communications.

    Below are some useful facts about the program for Graduate Students to consider:

    • Classes must be taken in sequential order.

    • The program uses many e-textbooks.

    • The program can be completed in as few as 17 months, however students are permitted five years from their first course to complete the program.

    • There are a total of ten courses required to complete programming.

    • Classes are six weeks long.

    • Books average about $150-200 per course, and students can anticipate studying 12-16 hours at least per week for six week courses above course time.

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